So, I purchased my first Project Life (PL) digital core kit back in the last spring having no idea how these things worked. I thought maybe you just print off the cards you want/need them and go from there. Turns out there is this whole world of digital scrapbooking. #duh I mean, I think I knew that, but I had no idea how to go about it.
Well, fast forward to this week. I am enrolled in a fabulous class put on by Big Picture Classes called "Process with Catherine Davis". I don't think I had any idea of what to expect with this class, but I have already learned so many techniques and tips.
The class has also inspired me to actually start learning and using Photoshop. I edit 99% with Lightroom 5 (LR5) but have a subscription to Photoshop CC (PS). I do have a few Photoshop actions, but really feel most comfortable editing in LR5. It's useful for designing Facebook and Etsy ads.
Photoshop + digital Project Life = a fun way to create layouts
So, here is my first all digital Project Life layout.
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I used the Digital Project Life: Kraft Edition for this spread and lots of brushes that I had apparently been collecting in PS. Arrows, month stamps, day of the week brushes, cute little camera. Who knew that was all there waiting for me in Photoshop?
I can see this being a really fun way to "scrapbook" when I can't have all of my physical supplies with me, like over Thanksgiving weekend up at the Lake.
Do you do digital scrapbooking? Which do you prefer: digital or paper? Let me know in the comments below. Or better yet, link to your favorite personal layouts.