Scrapbooking With Your Computer & Paper : Memories Line Stacks

One of my favorite photos from last year was taken in September.

I was inspired last week after participating in the GO/venture challenge to make up some of those hand-drawn line stacks as a digital product for Designer Digitals. 

To work with this file for my hybrid layout (combining paper and digital scrapbooking) I opened the file in Photoshop, adjusted the size to 8.5 inches wide, recolored the element (see link below for instructions), and printed onto white cardstock.

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This piece was then adhered between my photo and pattern paper strip. To add a bit more texture to the page I used my sewing machine to stitch each of the three main elements together (photo, pattern paper, and line stack).

To watch a video tutorial or read printed instructions on how to resize and recolor a .png file in Photoshop Elements go here.

Here's a look at the same .png line stack I printed out on cardstock after re-coloring in Photoshop.


Here's a close-up look at the little combination of elements including 2 butterflies from the Martha Stewart Butterfly Large Double Punch, a Studio Calico 20% Extra Flashy Label Stickers lifted up with foam squares, and a 7gypsies Word Paperclip:


PATTERN PAPER : Sassafras Handmade Double Sided Sweet Marmalade
BUTTERFLY PUNCH : Martha Stewart Butterfly Large Double Punch
LIFE CLIP & "2" ACCENT : 7gypsies Word Paperclips
LABEL STICKER : Studio Calico 20% Extra Flashy Label Stickers
DIGITAL WORD ART : Ali Edwards Memories Line Stacks
CORNER ROUNDER : Corner Chomper
ADHESIVE : American Crafts Dispenser Dots (loving their new rolling dot adhesive)

Again, thank you so much for the birthday wishes this past week. 

A new episode of The Paperclipping Roundtable podcast is available: How To Deal With All That Stuff with special guest Aby Garvey from Simplify 101. Paperclipping Roundtable is a weekly scrapbook podcast that covers a variety of topics related to scrapbooking. I'm excited to join the team as a rotating panelist.

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