12×24 Resize Action

Earlier today, we posted a step-by-step tutorial on how to “cut” a 12×24 layout into 2 12×12 files. Some of us would just rather click an action to make it all happen. Life’s too short, right? No need to waste time on tedious cropping. This Photoshop action will take your 300dpi 12×24 or 7200×3600 layout, […]

12×24 Digital Layout

“Today you are YOU, that is truer than true. There is no one alive who is YOUer than YOU.” -Dr. Suess  There is not a right or wrong way to documenting life’s magical moments. For me, I enjoy working on layouts that are inspiring at the moment. I don’t scrapbook in chronological order, and I have always used […]

Capture the Bang

In the U.S. this weekend is full of picnics, parades, and fireworks. Don’t be afraid to capture the Fireworks! Here are a few tips- Use a tripod. Bring a flashlight. Because it’s dark, you’ll need longer exposures, using a tripod will avoid blurry photos. The flashlight will help you adjust your camera settings in the […]

Summer Sorbet Papers

As I watch the rain fall day after day,  I look at old summer photo’s to remind myself that summer will come, eventually. Enjoy these {10} 300dpi 12×12 jpeg papers. Perfect for use in Picasa. DOWNLOAD HERE  via our secure Box 

Spring Break & Instagram

It is spring break. We should rename it “winter break”, the snow keeps coming back. Jon and I had to go somewhere the sun was shining. 3 hours away -Moab, Utah- home of Arches National Park. We try to wear these boys out. Hiking, Swimming, Biking… they just keep going, and going… Even my little […]

My Digital Conversion

Did you start scrapbooking with paper and scissors? Are you still? I started in 1995, all thanks to my mother. Here are my Scrap Books, handwritten spines and all. (yuck)  Back then it was 8.5×11 binders- I converted to 12×12 in 2004. This photo is about 8 years old. See those 2 boys? They got […]

Clipping Photo Masks in Photoshop

Our latest facebook exclusive free kit includes 3 photo masks.   If you are not sure how to use these- here is a quick tutorial using Photoshop CS5. (It would be best for the image to overlap the mask completely. However, for demonstration purposes, the photo layer is smaller than the mask.) Questions? Let us know!