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When I was a paper scrapper, I loved my paper punches! I had so many! And it wasn’t really possible to use a title punch, at least not one that I could fit for each layout! So this is a big advantage with digital scrapping. Today, I’m going to show you two different ways you can achieve this look and how easy both of them are! I’m working in Photoshop, but the steps are very similar for Photoshop Elements. In fact, you can check out my blog post on cut out shapes for PSE and between the two, you’ll be able to achieve this look!
I’m using today’ mini, Puppy Love, to create this page! Do you have a dog in your life? Or are you more of a cat person! If you are the latter, then you’ll be happy to know that tomorrow’s mini is just for you! You will find this mini in my free resource library with details below! Here is my final layout:
Okay, so let’s get started with the steps for today’s layout!
Start out by scrapping most of your layout the way you want it. I pretty much always add my title last so this step works well there. Once you have everything done up to that point, then choose the name of your layout. I’m going with the title Puppy Love. Also be sure to place the paper you want for your background AND the paper you want for your title both on your layout. Which order they go in will depend on which method and I’ll cover that more in the video!
Now you are ready to watch the video and cut out that title!
Once you’ve finished cutting out your title, you can add any last minute items to your layout and you’re done!
Thank you for joining me! Be sure to check out the other tutorials I offer (either under the Scrapnique TV tab or the Tutorial tab above). I currently offer video tutorials for Photoshop, Photoshop Elements and Pixlr. I’m thinking about adding Corel Paint Shop Pro, if there is enough demand! Let me know in the comments if there is a different program you’d like me to teach tutorials in and I’ll see what I can do!
And before you get started, be sure to grab the mini for today. If you haven’t already signed up for access to my Resource Library, do so below!
Feel free to pin the image below so you can find this tutorial again or share with a friend!