Quick Tip—Journaling Overlay
by Jen White
Want to add journaling on top of a high contrast photo? Try this technique to give your album a little variety in the journaling department.
- Add some color to the journaling. Black or white won’t do. Try choosing a color from your scrapbook page—something middle of the road. I chose a plum color.
- Next, in the Layers panel, with the journaling layer activated, cycle through the Blend Modes. Stop when you can see journaling in all areas of the photograph. It will create a nice “blended” look. I ended up using the Subtract Blend Mode.
I really like how the journaling on this page kinda sits in the background. It’s not taking up a bunch of real-estate on the page, but it’s very easy to locate and read.
Click on the page above to see the grayscale template used for this scrapbook page.
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