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Monday, April 16, 2012

Digital Scrap Book & Photo Journal: Place The Picture ~ Photoshop Tutorial PART 2

Now that you've created your template,  lets put some pictures in! 

Open the picture you want to use. You are going to use the same method I described in the last post for dragging the corner sticker tabs to the template. It should look something like this once your picture is moved:



 
 Once you have moved your picture to the working space your template is in, go to the bottom right hand corner again & click on layers. 




You are going to move your picture from where ever it is in the layers tab all the way down until it is below the background layer. This will pull the picture to the very bottom layer of your workspace. You can just grab the layer and move the mouse to the bottom of your screen; if you hold the button down it will go past all the layers until you reach layer 0. Now it should look something like this:




Click on the picture you uploaded & move it to fit  inside the frame you created. If the picture is too big or too small you can adjust it by clicking the corners and dragging to the desired size. Now it should look something like this:




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Now you may want to know how to add the words right? Well that's super easy. Just click on your text tool {it looks like the letter T}, create a box over your writing space, then go at it! You can change the font color & size really easily to. 




Ta-Dah!! You did it! You created a super easy digital scrap book page!!!

Happy Crafting.

:)

5 comments:

  1. thanks for the great tutorial!

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  2. Wow, even I could do that lol! Thank's

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  3. I love this! What a great idea! Love all the pictures where you show how to do everything!

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  4. great tutorial, and perfect timing. i'm trying to get some photo books made before baby comes in the fall!

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  5. Pretty cool. Thanks for explaining it so easily.

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