How many times have you clipped an article out of a newspaper, folded it up and tucked it away to read later, file for future reference, or to share with someone else? I do it all the time… and some of those have found their way onto my scrapbooking layouts.
But sadly, newspapers and those old-fashioned clippings are quickly becoming a thing of the past. So here’s a tip that will teach you how to create your own! That’s right… you can create an article, a headline… even the name of your newspaper, for a very cool digiscrapping page element.This complete Digi Scrap Tutorial is available to our Digital Scrapper Premier Members. If you’re a member, please take a moment to log in, then just come back here and refresh this page.
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Tutorial: Jan Walker
Photo: Coffee cup from Morguefile.com
Background paper: From the Seaside Vacation kit, originally featured in the July 2010 Premier
Font: Black Jack
Software: Photoshop Elements 9