Creating Keepsakes Scrapbook Sketches: September/October 2013 Digital Template and Bonus Sketches

Use this issue's multi-photo sketch to make creating layouts about fall, school, sports, and your everyday moments easier . Get inspired with this featured layout and tips to help get your creativity started!

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Pine Tree Orchard by Jing-Jing Nickel, as seen in the September/October 2013 issue of Creating Keepsakes magazine.

Sketch Tip: This sketch is perfect for capturing an entire event on one layout, like a family trip to the orchard or the first day of school.

Scraplifting Tip: To define overlapped photos and keep the overall design of your layout clean, mat pictures with white cardstock like Jing-Jing Nickel did here.

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Download this month's sketch (PSD)

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Scrapbook your page using this issue's sketch. For even more inspiration, download the Bonus Sketches based on layouts in the September/October 2013 issue of Creating Keepsakes magazine.

 

Download the Bonus Sketches (PDF)

 

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September/October 2013

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PSDs not compatible with PSE
Imgine my job when I thought I could download a PSD file and digital scrapbook...now imagine my disappointment when I downloaded and couldn't make my first digital scrapbook layout page...all because I use PSElements and there was not a disclaimer in sight. Really?
PSDs not compatible with Photoshop Elements
I appreciate the gesture of a downloadable PSD file of this issue's sketch. Unfortunately, as a Photoshop Elements user I am unable to make use of the sketch: it contains layer groups or sets, which cannot be separated by PSE or even edited unless simplified. In effect, all of the (overlapping!) photo templates end up on a Single layer, making them useless for clipping photos to them. It would be wonderful if future PSD files might be saved without layer sets? Then those of us who've only invested in the amateur software can use them too!

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