Want a sneak peek at a page from Computer Tips for Scrapbookers, a new book by digital expert Jessica Sprague to be released in mid-April? Here it is! Plus, check out the easy instructions from Jessica.
Supplies Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper; Patterned paper: Scenic Route; Circle star accent: My Mind’s Eye; Chipboard stars: Lil’ Davis Designs; Rub-on words: Deja Views by The C-Thru Ruler Co.; Fonts: Impact and Century Gothic, Microsoft Word; Other: Button.
3. Making the rest of the grid simply repeats these steps: create a new layer, drag out a rectangle, Edit > Stroke to outline the rectangle, then nudge it into place. The rectangles will overlap each other as they create the grid and that’s OK—you won’t notice any difference at printing time if the lines are on top of each other.
by Jessica Sprague
Photos by Nisa Fiin
As a final step, fill some of your boxes with photos, one with a title, and leave some blank for embellishing with regular patterned paper and accents. Hide all the layers but your grid and print on background cardstock.