In each lesson you'll:
This class is designed for users of all versions of Photoshop Elements from Version 3 up to Version 7, and, when needed, instructions are included for users of the full version of Photoshop from Version CS up to Version CS4. Some familiarity with your software is needed—but not much! :-D If you understand how to create a layered document and have a rudimentary understanding of the tools, you're good to go. All of the lessons include detailed step-by-step instructions!
We hope you'll join Pattie and all the excited digi scrappers who've already registered on this next journey into the world of digital design.
We're posting sketches every Friday now -- free to all. I was up to make the sketch this past Friday. Here's a peek. A link. And a page made with one of the sketch variations. Layered psds for digi scrappers are included with the sketch.
Isaac. First game of the season. Your team is the Timber Rattlers, and Paul Mroczka (Rose’s Dad, Joshua’s first coach) is your coach. Your 2nd time up to hit you swung two fast strikes, and Paul came running over to you. You nodded your head, went back to bat and . . . hit a triple, bringing Rose in! And then you slid/dove in soon after. I asked you what Paul said. Smiling happily, you said, “relax.” May 2009.
Joshua, As I left to take Isaac to baseball practice, I told you to get off the computer and either get some exercise or do something creative. As a paper-crafter, myself, I was totally amazed to see this articulated, jointed robot you made from paper and rubber bands. What a lot of precise and careful work this took! For days now, you and Isaac have been making these kinds of creations before and after school. The den floor is COVERED with small bits of paper and rubber bands and several pairs of small pointy scissors. May 2009.
The website with the templates is Paper Robots 1999.
I did this layout quickly this morning to fit a challenge in Tami's Mother May I class AND to use the new sketch bundle I posted in the Get It Scrapped forums --- a look at the day.