Welcome back to my December Daily® album for 2022. Story four is simply documenting a bit about our Sunday morning yesterday.
Slow Sunday mornings for the win!
In today's video I share a closer look at my photo editing process and how I add text to my image before printing. If you want to learn more about working with digital products to create paper projects check out the following:
- Create With Canva: Taught by Kim Hurst this workshop takes you though the basics of working with Canva for scrapbooking. It also includes a fun digital kit that you can use to practice the skills you learn in the workshop. All our workshops are go-at-your-own-pace.
- Hybrid: Join me for a fun, creative online workshop focused on the basics of hybrid scrapbooking. Hybrid scrapbooking pairs printed digital products such embellishments, brushes + layered templates from your computer with traditional scrapbooking products. Over the four weeks Ali will walk you through her favorite ways to use printed digital products to get more of your stories told.
Let's dive in to today's process video:
Here's a closer look at the final project + additional details:
This might end up being the year of shaker pockets + hand stitching. I'm loving both!
For today's story I decided to add text + a title directly to my photo before printing it out and adhering in to the back of my third story. Along with that full page photo I used one of the 1/2 circle die cuts to create another shaker page using awesome sequins from The Diary Of Bell Rose (I think she just did a restock if you haven't had a chance to check out her cute shop before).
In today's video I show how I edit my photo, add text, and add the title.
To create this shaker page I cut up a page protector and stitched it on top of the 1/2 circle paper. Insider the pocket I added the super fun sequin pack (loved how there was a little blue in there to go with the four and with Simon's shirt in the photo). I also added an Avery Index tab along the edge of the photo and one of the vellum strips from the Main Kit along the bottom of the photo.
To bring the two pages together I adhered one of the tiny peppermint sequins onto one of the larger pieces and added that on top of my photo to dot the "I" in morning.