Digital Scrapbooking Tutorials – The Scrapbooking Edge Video Tutorials

December 4, 2007

Digital Arts Cafe have just launched a great series of video digital scrapbooking tutorials call The Scrapbooking Edge.

Each Scrapbooking Edge Video Tutorial is an 18-25 minute video which takes you on a step by step journey to create a digital scrapbooking layout. The videos demonstrate several techniques which teach you how to use or modify your existing elements to achieve new and interesting looks. As well as many other tips which you can add to your digital scrapbooking skills. The aim is to teach you how to get more from the digital scrapbooking kits that you buy and keep your layouts looking fresh and interesting; even when using the same kit on different layouts.


The first video, called Frame Cluster Tutorial, shows you how to create the layout pictured here, and teaches you how to:

Make your own photo frame cluster, tailored to your individual photo
– Control the depth of intensity when you apply drop shadows to your layout elements
– Recolor your accents and elements to complement your layout
color scheme.
– Resize elements and maintain proportions
– Crop your photo to fit in a non-standard shaped frame
– Create complementary accents from original elements in your kit

And what makes the Scrapbooking Edge Tutorials particularly good is that each tutorial comes with all the digital scrapbooking elements used to create the layout ALL INCLUDED!!

Right now Digital Arts Cafe are offering these Digital Scrapbooking Tutorial Videos with a 30% discount until Christmas


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