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I was scrapping with photoshop for several years before I found this great little feature! I love it and know you will too (if you aren’t already using it!) It’s a great way to pull in papers and elements on to your current working document. It also works the same in Photoshop Elements. Let’s face it, any tip to make the process go quicker or lessen the steps, is great!
I even have a cute mini kit for you to use as you try out this technique. This kit is all about cleaning (which is totally not my favorite thing!) But read on to the end to see how you can snag this to use! You’ll find it, along with lots of other great scrap tools in my Free Resource Library.
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