May 14, 2019 | Digital Scrapper News | Volume 17, Issue 20
When it comes to cake, do you prefer the edges or the center?
For myself, I will always prefer the center. It’s moist, soft, and has just the right amount of frosting.
Why are we talking about cake? Because I like to have my cake and eat it, too. Especially when it comes to background papers.
This week, I have a new tutorial for you that shows you how to take a pattern from one paper, and use it to make a grungy border that can be added to any solid background paper. Using this technique allows me to have a solid paper that has a touch of pattern.
I love that the power of digital gives us the ability to use both a pattern and a solid all at once! Check out my version of digital cake below where you’ll find the link to the tutorial.
Love and creative success,
NEW CLASS — Mastery No. 2 — Coming Soon!
Got skill? The second class in Jen White’s Mastery Series is just around the corner.
Be on the lookout — Monday, May 20, 2019.
NOTE: This class will not be discounted again until Fall.
New FREE Qwik Tutorial
Grungy Border Element with the Gradient Tool
Dress up a simple background paper with a grungy border element custom made by you. The Magic Wand and Gradient tools make this technique simple and fun.
Read all about this technique on the blog.
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