The following layouts were created using “All Hallows Eve” by Flergs and included in The Digi Files during September, 2016:
Layout by Flergs. Supplies: All Hallows Eve by Flergs; Template by Jenn Lindsey; Font: Celia Garcia.
Layout by JillW. Supplies: All Hallows Eve by Flergs.
Layout by Sula. Supplies: All Hallows Eve by Flergs.
Layout by Trina. Supplies: All Hallows Eve by Flergs; Scrap Like Rebecca (template) by Kate Hadfield.
Layout by Cheryl. Supplies: All Hallows Eve by Flergs; Fonts: Stamp and Always In My Heart.
On Sundays this year at The Daily Digi, we are going to be sharing a FREE weekly gratitude journal spread.
These pages are a place for you to record little memories you don’t want to forget, little reasons to be grateful. Each week their will be a gratefulness quote as well as a few photo spots.
You can use these FREE pages in a number of ways:
1) As digital scrapbooking templates. The download will always include .psd files for both 2-page 12×12 spreads as well as 2-page 8.5×11 spreads. You can add your own papers and elements and scrap ’till your heart’s content! (This is also a good option for those of you who get twitchy because I started the week with Friday. Since January 1 is a Friday, I like to start each week that way, but you may not! Feel free to adjust as needed!
2) As a digital journal. Keep the colors and text just as they are. Simply flatten the layers and add your notes of gratitude. Easy peasy!
3) As printed pages. Print out and write on them the good old-fashioned way. There is a .pdf file included for printing two letter-sized pages. Print your photos and attach!
If you have missed previous weeks, grab them HERE.
If you have used the templates or print-outs, we’d LOVE to see them! Share a link in the comments or EMAIL ME . We just might feature your page!
Be sure to be back next week for your next FREE journal template!
One of my favorite ways to alter photos or a layout is to add a linear burn blending style. I just love the result!
The Adobe website defines linear burn like this:
Looks at the color information in each channel and darkens the base color to reflect the blend color by decreasing the brightness. Blending with white produces no change.
To be honest, I don’t worry much about the definitions of blending modes. I’d rather just play around!
What I love about linear burn is that it adds a bit of realism when used to blend items onto a textured background.
In this layout, I used linear burn a number of times to help the photo, title, and journaling to blend the the textured brick wall I used as a background paper (the wall was an image I pulled of the internet — for personal use only!)
Let’s take a look up close.
Here is my layout with the photo as-is (other than I light erasing of the edges):
In order to bring in some of the texture, I chose to use linear burn for my blending mode. This blended the photo and brick layer, allowing the texture to show through.
Here is it, zoomed in:
I liked the result and so I did the same thing for the title and the journaling:
Using blending modes is just one more way to add realism to your layouts
What blending modes do you like to use?
Fridays are full of digi goodness, and today is no exception! Here’s what’s new this week…
Liz has 2 new sets of templates that coordinate with the September BYOC over a at The Lilypad. These templates are sure to help you scrap those pictures in a glamorous way. There are fancy frames, some fun layers and the option for bigger or smaller photos.
It’s BYOC time again and Pink Reptile’s packs are a true must have for her fellow yarn lovers! They are perfect for scrapping your crochet and/or knitting projects but great also to embellish any type of subject and give it that handmade touch! Digital or hybrid! 20% off thru september 4!
A brand new mix ‘n match collection awaits you! 9 coordinating packs for just $1.50 each or grab the Bundle + FWP for just $9! Now through September 5th!
September Buffet Sale is on! And I am releasing a huge and amazing collection to celebrate the most amazing people in our lives: Our Grandparents. You can choose your favorite speciatly bundle and/or purchase individiual packs to complement. Limited time offer!
Sometimes along the way you might end up with an extra catalog in Photoshop Elements. Since a catalog just references files that are stored elsewhere on your hard drive, you can delete a catalog without losing any of your photos or digital supplies.
I have some fun planner brushes for you. Just grab some lines and plop them onto anything for a quick to-do-list!
I love polaroids and these are so stinking cute I can’t stand it!
This kit hit my funny bone. I’m sure I could come up with plenty of stories to tell with it!
And here’s a little something on the happier side, for the good days!
As we head back to school, this kit jumped out to me. My head is all in planning mode and this kit is calling to me.
I’m a huge fan of Jimbo Jambo’s templates. They are truly unique!
The Digi Files this month,
we have SEVEN full size products (never released in digiland before)
from fabulous designers for only $7.50 (less when you become an annual
member)! It’s an UNBELIEVEABLE deal and the BEST deal in digital
scrapbooking! Here is a look at the designers for this month:
Our members love “Daily Digi Day!” Many of the annual members have
already been downloading for a few hours because they get access when
the calendar changes to a new month. Here’s what our members said in the
I love the video tutorials… especially the rainbow photo and little touches tutorials. Thanks for sharing the creative ideas.- Kayla Chamberlain
PS: Congratulations to the TWELVE random winners selected from
yesterday’s comments, each person won $10 in product from one of last
month’s designers. Be sure to check out the Rafflecopter widget in
yesterday’s post to see if you won! All winners will receive their prize
via the email listed in Rafflecopter within 48 hours.
“My Life of Rainbows and Sprinkles” is an EXCLUSIVE collection to THE DAILY DIGI that is FREE to subscribers of THE DIGI GAME after their 68th payment. “My Life of Rainbows and Sprinkles” contains: 36 papers, over 135 elements, and 6 alphas. This amazing collection was created by 10 of the top digital scrapbooking designers (all of whom are previous contributors to THE DIGI FILES). Here’s a closer look at everything that is included in “My Life of Rainbows and Sprinkles:”
Created by Jill
Katie the Scrapbook Lady
Pink Reptile Designs