How to Creatively Punch Holes in Digital Paper | The Peekaboo Effect
Howdy peeps! Time for another fabulous edition of Q & A Wednesday – the new weekly VIDEO feature here at Simply Tiffany Studios that answers your digital scrapbooking questions. Today I’m pulling another technique straight out of my digital bag of tricks that works for both Adobe Photoshop and Photoshop Elements users. And it’s one of my favorite techniques to date.
If you love easy steps for something that looks really hard, you’re going to love it too!
Q & A Wednesday for Today
In today’s video lesson, you’ll discover my process for creatively punching out holes in digital paper. One would think you would just grab your digital scissors and tap the delete key. But naw son — there’s a much easier way! You’ll also learn …
- The best way to create paper punch outs regardless of file type or size.
- The layer style that works better than Drop Shadow for shadowing effects.
- Why this technique takes less time than any others.
- And understand why Debbie Hodge of Masterful Scrapbook Design had to see this trick in action — because she couldn’t believe it was THAT simple!
Onward to the show …
Now it’s your turn! I love to know when a technique is helpful to your kick-butt scrapbook page creation or if you know a neat trick or process that helps you craft layered pages too. Share your thoughts in the comments below.
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