Hello! Hope you had a fabulous weekend and are ready for a creative week.
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Gallery HighLights. The following 3 digital layouts demonstrate techniques you can quickly and easily apply when creating your own artsy pages.
Click on the images to access complete digital supply lists, plus process notes on how each team member put their pages together.
Oh The Places You Will Go | Donnagoar
1. Using ArtPlay Palette Brushes. Add texture to a photo by clipping the image to Brush 8 from ArtPlay Palette Remarkable using the clipping mask function in Adobe Photoshop and Elements. The rectangle brush masks the image to create visual interest.
Additional Photoshop brushes from the same ArtPlay Palette can then be stamped on new layers, in the coordinating color of your choice, to frame the image. Watch this video for further guidance on loading and using Adobe Photoshop brushes.
You may also be interested in ArtPlay Palettes | Part 5 of 8.
Kid Approved | Tanderson
1. Use An Artsy Template. Make a quick and easy layout using the coordinating Artsy Layered Template. Simply clip your images and artsy digital scrapbooking supplies to the layers in the template then embellish as desired to personalize your page.
You can add a background paper and recolor the various brush layers, overlap one or more ArtPlay Palette transfers above/below the various template layers, and add any dimensional embellishments to enhance your theme.
See Artsy Layered Templates | Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3. for further guidance, as well as 5 Steps to Artsy Templates.
Siesta Key | Miki
1. Inverted Masking. Use an inverted layer mask to blend an over-sized focal image into an artsy paper as outlined in AnnaBlendz | Inverted Masks. You can then add supporting brushwork and elements to anchor the image to the page.