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Digital Scrapbook Tutorial – Word Art

May 9, 2010

This digital scrapbooking tutorial is all about making Word Art.

Word Art is super handy for instant titles for digital scrapbook layouts and greeting cards. And it can also be used as journaling.

Most of us are familiar with the Word Art in programs such as Word. But that can be quite limiting and doesn’t really do the job.

Many digital scrapbook designers have created Word Art as part of their digital scrapbooking kits but finding some that has the right words for your particular scrapbook layout or card can sometimes be difficult.

So why not make your own Word Art?

In this digital scrapbooking tutorial you will see how easy it can be to create interesting and unique word designs that make wonderful greeting cards or titles for your digital scrapbook layouts.

Even if you’re not a digital scrapbooker you can create your own Word Art and print it out to use on your paper scrapbook layouts or cards.

So here’s your chance to be a Designer. It’s a lot of fun and you’ll get a big kick out of the comments that people make when they see what you’ve done.

So why not give it a go?

This digital scrapbooking tutorial uses Photoshop Elements and if you use a different software program you may find the names of the tools and their locations will be different. But the overall principles and techniques are still the same.

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4 comments

  1. Is there a digital scrapbook software that will let me use drop shadows with each new elements and let me use all my own kits I have used with a digital software program I had & cannot retrieve back to my Pc, ACDSee photoEditor.Please help, mahiltz


  2. Thank you for your help.I have Photoshop Elements 8,and like a lot of people,find it so difficult to grasp,layers kill me, as do the drop shadows.
    Thanx again,Margaret



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