Welcome to the 22 May edition of the Digital Scrapbooking Blog Carnival! The carnival travels from blog host to blog host and this time it’s camped right here for your enjoyment.
Theresa L. Twogood presents Daily Prayer Journal posted at OLIN e-Book e-Publishing, saying, “I truly hope you can use this. Diaries, journals and scrapbooking all have that small common ground for daily personal/spiritual growth.”
Karen (aka Karooch) presents Step by Step Digital Scrapbook posted at Scraps of Mind, saying, “Step By Step Digital Scrapbook is great new website that’s specifically designed for digital scrapbooking beginners. It offers lots of getting started information and videos and can even provide a hand-holding Mentoring program to take away that learning curve confusion.”
DreamScrapper presents Introduction to Digital Scrapbooking posted at Katie the Scrapbook Lady, saying, “Good introduction to things to know about digital scrapbooking. Lots of excellent resources are linked in this article.”
Karen (aka Karooch) presents Black and White Scrapbook Layouts posted at Scraps of Mind, saying, “Black and White is a popular color scheme for scrapbook layouts. This article looks at some of the things to take into consideration when you’re going for the Black and White look.”
DreamScrapper presents Color Theory 101 posted at Big Ideas – scrapbooking ideas from IdeaBooks4u, saying, “Great article on color theory that deals with the challenge of using a tetradic color scheme.”
DreamScrapper presents Help from the Pros posted at Big Ideas – scrapbooking ideas from IdeaBooks4u, saying, “Tips on shooting a portrait, based on advice from Scott Kelby’s book, “The Digital Photography Book.””
DreamScrapper presents Much ado about shadowing posted at Sailor and Lula Designs, saying, “Some nicely illustrated tips on using drop shadows appropriately. These tips (except the one using image warp) will work for both Photoshop and Photoshop Elements version 5 and above.”
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