May 23, 2017  |  Digital Scrapper News  |  Volume 15 Issue 21


Here’s a question for you.


On a scrapbook page or other digital project, what kind of 2D object (like type or an overlay) can travel across the edge of a 3D object (like a piece of paper or a photo)?


2D objects cannot travel across the edge of a 3D object, it’s a design no-no . . . unless you know the super secret Layers panel trick.

Okay. Truth be told, the trick is not super secret, but it is accomplished in the Layers panel.

Get the link for this FREE tutorial -- Quick & Easy Traveling Type -- below.

Have a great week. See you in the galleries.

Jen White |

P.S. Have you gained or spread some joy in the JOY thread? Read the JOY thread within the next 5 minutes and you are guaranteed to have a happier day. (wink)



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So much about the scrapbook page above is inspirational.

  • I love the split black and white photo. So clever.
  • I love that only two colors (pink and yellow) were used. So refreshing.
  • And most of all, I love how the words of wisdom fit the action happening in the photo. So inspirational.

Looking for a dose of inspiration? Check out our May Challenge and get the details on how you enter to win $10 credit on account from ScrapGirls.



 New FREE Qwik Tutorial

Train your type to travel sensibly over the shadowed terrain of 3D objects. All it takes is a little Layers panel magic.

In this tutorial I’ll share with you our #1 basic design no-no (from the Design Beautiful Pages class) and how to FIX IT.

In this tutorial, you’ll learn:

  • A basic design no-no
  • Layers panel shortcuts
  • Clipping mask skills

A FREE Tutorial by Jen White
Quick & Easy Traveling Type


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