There are lots of different ways to create that Photo Booth Technique. In the layout Valentine’s Day, Marlyn has applied her photos to a digital kit. It’s just a matter of popping the photos into the layout that already has the film roll there. Jodi’s layout “Together” has been downloaded from her iphone into photoshop elements and then printed from there as it came out of the camera. I love what Jill has done in her layout, featuring snapshops of the day’s activities in strips. To make them look like they are a series of photos, she has made them black and white which is a great little trick for a Photo Booth look. Heather has done a similar thing with her layout Favourite photos. By removing most of the colour from the below photos they blend well the feature photo that has a desaturated effect.
Favourite Photos by Heather Prins
Transparency: Katie Pertiet-Transparency Clusters no1, Paper: Dragon Trainer CardStock,
Strips: Weathered Wood Word Strips No2, Hinges: Hinge pack,
Alphabet: Little Bits Alpha Red, Word Art: Little Bit Of Messy Photos
by Ali Edwards, Words: Thick Memory Words, Template: Two Step Template
by Anna Aspnes, Artplay Find My Way, Passionaire, ArtPlay Smooch, Foto Glows No2, Heart Photo Glows, Software: CS5, Fonts: Handwriting Dakota.
I’ve used lots of layering and clipping to many different masks.
Oh Myles, you are such a handsome, sweet boy! Dad took these photos of you while you were mowing the lawn and they are my absolute favourites! Everytime i look at them my heart just melts into a puddle! I love you so much my son. Love Mom xoxoxox
Play by Teresa Dieguez
Paper: Crate Paper, Chipboard: Crate Paper, Rub-Ons: Cosmo Cricket, Fancy Pants, Die Cuts: Crate Paper, Stickers: Crate Paper, Ribbon: Other, Brads: Crate Paper, Paint: Pebeo Acrylic Paint, Ink: Distress Ink Walnut Stain, Sketch: Sketchabilities #50, Software: Sure Cuts a Lot.
Tools: Paper Distresser by Tonic Studios, Dabbers by Tsukineko, Electronic Cutter: Cricut Create.
Design Notes: I used acrylic paint to
add interest to my background paper, and twine to make a sort of
you bought that hat in our trip to Paris and were so handsome with it! I took lots of photos, and these are some of my fave ones. I love that you're
always making me laugh!
That Smile by Hannah Lankin
Supplies: Page Kit: Pocket Full of Boy Value Collection by Erica Belton, Large Photo Frame: Canvas Mounted Frames by Erica Belton; Background Mask: A Fine Line 2 Photo Masks by Erica Belton; Word Art: Smile Word Art by Tina Chambers; Font: DSP Tina Font by Suzanne C. Walker
(All from Digital Scrapbook Place), Software: Photoshop Elements 6.
Journaling: June 2009