And here is my project life from week 20! Embellishment from Echo Park, everything else from the Clementine kit and my free journaling cards, which you can download right here!
Hi there! Happy Photoshop Friday! Today’s technique is a simple but crucial technique for adding movement to your typography. I’ll show you how to place type on different layers so the words overlap. Here’s the page:
Jared and I printed this poem on our wedding announcement, so it has some special meaning to me. :)
This page’s template, plus a video tutorial, six takes on the technique from our amazing creative team, and a downloadable (collectable) PDF is available at JessicaSprague.com for $2.99.
Here’s my redo of Project Life, Week 12. If you’d like a tutorial for how I did the background (and a free download!) Just visit this Project Life tutorial page!
And the right-side page:
Happy Mother’s Day, mamas! I hope yours was as relaxing as mine was! I got on a subway-art kick this evening and cranked out not one, but THREE based on church songs. I framed the “Dare to Do Right” poster, and it needs a companion. I hope you like these as well:
And this one:
If you click on the images, you’ll launch a larger version, which is about an 8x10 in print quality. I’ll be doing the originals as 16x20s for my entryway, and little postcard size for my office. :) If you use these, I’d love to see!
If you are interested in learning how to make these in Photoshop, I have a mini-class dedicated to Subway Art that includes the awesome scuffy brushes and a complete step-by-step video walkthrough. Beginners welcome!
Here’s the redone version of Project Life, Week 4:
Goodies here from Echo Park, Cosmo Cricket, Nisa Fiin, and the other digital Project Life kits.
I didn’t have a ton of photos for this week, so I included all the pages from my digital art journaling class I was teaching during this time. It’ll be awesome to look back on these!