Out of the Ordinary Speed Scrap

Here is an amazing video by Jana (2Worlds). Here she is showing you the whole process of creating an artsy layout in speed. It’s one thing to do a step-by-step process, but it’s another to watch it all come together … Continue reading

Making An Artsy Layout – Part 2

Did you enjoy my last tutorial on how to create an artsy page and a fusion page called “Beauty of Artistic and Fusion Layouts“? This next tutorial is an extension of that. It’s just another little step-by-step tutorial on a … Continue reading

The Doll Collector

Hello my friends!  I am here today due to several requests to do a little tutorial on using my art dolls.  It has come to my attention that many of you LOVE my art dolls, but end up wondering sometimes … Continue reading

Using Photo Masks in Digital Layouts

There have been some requests to do a little PSE tutorial using clipping masks, or as I call them photo masks.  I love photo masks!  They really add quite a bit of interest to layouts and they are easier than … Continue reading

Art Journaling – A Non-Lesson

  My friend Robyn said to me on my Facebook fan page about my Big Ideas collaboration, “WOW! This looks fantastic; it’s so vibrant and full of energy. I just wish I could get my head around art journaling; I can’t … Continue reading

Adjusting Hue/Saturation Tutorial – Part 2

In my last PSE tutorial, we went over the Hue/Saturation tool.  Now, I know I said I don’t use colorization in the Hue/Saturation tool, but I’m going to show you how anyway using the Eyedropper Tool.  As I stated before, … Continue reading

Adjusting Hue/Saturation Tutorial

    This time I thought we would discuss a little bit about the Hue/Saturation tool.  This is a wonderful tool for changing the color of an element or paper.  While there are several ways to use this tool, I … Continue reading

Blending a Photo

Before I was a scrapbook designer, I was creating tons and tons of scrapbook layouts of my boys.  I learned so many different ways of creating layouts that I want to now share them with you using PSE!  I hope … Continue reading