I had a lot of fun putting this together and absolutely cannot wait to hold it in my hands and actually SEE my pages somewhere other than my computer screen. Peek Away!
If you have taken a look at the book you will see I did a combination of things within it to bring it all together. My weekly pages were always created using Project Life templates, but at month’s end I created different collages using either idea pages (found within the Clementine Edition on Shutterfly) or a grid layout with a Clementine Background. These grids were created simply by using a layout option within Shutterfly, and because I was technically within their version of the Clementine Edition, I was able to use a Clementine “paper” as my background.
Many of you have asked how to get a digital 12×12 page from photoshop to Shutterfly, and for those of you looking at how to do just that I invite you to take a look at my original blog post on this topic. (Another creative team member, Haley Ney, recently did up a blog post on this very topic as well.) Between the two of us I think we have you covered!
And speaking of sharing information, I have completed my first video tutorial on how to recolor digital elements. EEEEeeK!!! It’s uploading to Vimeo now, and will be posted here on Wednesday. I hope I don’t sound like a fool!!! After the 90th take I decided you all were going to hear me “as is” goof ups and giggles and all. Just keepin’ it real……