Do you want to evenly space out or align objects? You might already know about the alignment tools, but there's another way to get your layouts looking neat and tidy.
Giant titles are very easy to work with when designing a page because they give it an instant focal point. The rest of the page design is just tucked in and around the giant title.
Have you ever considered using placeholder text instead of your journaling when designing a page? Heddy's sharing two reasons why you might want to consider it!
Magazine design inspiration for digital scrapbooking:
Creating text IN a path (or inside of a shape) on a digital scrapbooking layout:
Applying the rule of thirds to scrapbook pages and photos. Scrapbook layout design.:
This one tool will save you TONS of time and grief when digiscrapping – it's the Clipping Mask!
Blocks and Triangles – two ways to design your digiscrap layouts
Emphasizing Paper or Elements – Do you notice that you emphasize paper or elements more on your pages? Or does it depend on the kit you are using?
Framing Paper – Keeping in mind that there's no rule that says that photo frames must be used with pictures, I chose to frame papers. I love the look!
Toning Black and White Images to Match Your Page
In this post, we're talking all about paint in digiscrap. Heddy shares her technique for starting a page with paint splats, and building the page around the paint as if it were real, immoveable, paint!.
Steph's Favorite Title Trick! How to turn a favorite font into a great page title.
Clipping Paper with Design in Mind – a great post about making sure your papers get "clipped" to show their best side!
Simple Tricks - Blending Papers
Keeping it Simple with Photo Masks
The Colour of 2014 - have you met Radiant Orchid yet??
In Praise of Simple Scrapbooking - sometimes less is more!
all about leading
Infographic on creating infographics
40 Vintage posters. Vintage Color Palettes.