Free Digital Scrapbooking Tutorials

Learn fun new digital scrapbooking techniques. Even if you’re a beginner, you’ll have no trouble following these step-by-step illustrated tutorials, and more advanced scrapbookers will be inspired to try new techniques!

Each tutorial is written for both Adobe Photoshop Elements and Adobe Photoshop. And after you’re done here, don’t forget to try out our free digital scrapbooking video tutorials.

This Week’s Tutorial:

Halftone Cartoon Shapes

Halftone Cartoon Shapes
by Nannette Dalton

Learn how to use the Gradient tool and Halftone Pattern filter to turn shapes into fun comic book explosions.

Try the Tutorial: Halftone Cartoon Shapes

More Free Digital Scrapbooking Tutorials

Newspaper Template Tutorial

Create Your Own Newspaper Tutorial

(Includes free template!) Imagine the surprise on the faces of your loved ones when they see themselves on the front page of the newspaper. This is also a perfect project for making special announcements.

Try the Tutorial: Create Your Own Newspaper

Title Stroke Tutorial

Title Stroke Tutorial

One simple idea. Sometimes that’s all I need to break out of the scrapbooking blahs. Check out this tip for creating a stroke outline that is interrupted by a title.

Try the Tutorial: Title Stroke

Eliminating Eyeballing Tutorial

Eliminate Eyeballing Tutorial

“That looks good” is all right with me… most of the time. Discover the easy solution for when “almost isn’t good enough.” You’ll love the sight of your perfectly aligned digital scrapbooking elements!

Try the Tutorial: Eliminating Eyeballing

Text Mats Tutorial

Text Mats Tutorial

They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but sometimes a word is just the thing you need to enhance a special photo.

Try the Tutorial: Text Mats

A Quick Fix for Faded Photos Tutorial

A Quick Fix for Faded Photos Tutorial

Do you have family photos that are fading fast, or so-so snapshots that seem a little dull and lifeless? Here’s a simple trick that will turn back the clock on vintage photos or turn up the volume and vibrancy on images you want to bring back to life.

Try the Tutorial: A Quick Fix for Faded Photos