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Recent Releases

Inspiration

“You Color My World,” by Snickerdoodle Designs was designed in soft pastel colors.

The whimsical, watercolor elements are perfectly balanced with realistic embellishments to create a versatile kit for the traditional scrapper or the art journalist. Hearts, watercolor flowers, colored pencils, and doodles, are just some of the elements that will help you create fun pages, dedicated to those who color your world.

Relax, kick back, enjoy (and document) the month of August. Whether you are marveling at brilliant sunset colors, enjoying a cool drink in your garden, listening to your favorite music, or reading a book, you will find all you need in SnickerdoodleDesigns This is Me August to tell your story.

“I go to nature to be soothed and healed and to have my senses put in order.” –John Burroughs

Nature offers us peace – in the quiet of the forests and the tinkling sounds of babbling brooks, in the beauty and wonder of all we see around us.  Whether you are simply relaxing, meandering down a forest trail, or enjoying a strenuous hike, release your worries and enjoy the beauty around you.  Let nature soothe your soul.

Tutorials

What are Blend Modes in Photoshop?

What are Blend Modes in Photoshop?

Easily add color or contrast to your images with the use of Blend Modes. What do Blend Modes do? In general, each Blend Mode in Photoshop changes the way a layer interacts with the layer beneath it. More specifically, there are 5 groups of Blend Modes. Each group is...

How to Create Fog Tutorial

How to Create Fog Tutorial

Add mystery and drama to your photo or scrapbook pages by adding wisps of fog with the use of the Clouds Filter! I show you how in my "Create Fog" tutorial, which you will find on the Digital Scrapper blog. I'd love to see what you do with this tutorial! I hope to see...

How to Create a Scatter in Photoshop

How to Create a Scatter in Photoshop

Do you like adding scatters to your digital scrapbook pages?  I do! They can add so much interest to a page. They are great to place behind clusters or photos too! In today's tutorial, I will show you how to easily create a scatter in Photoshop.  I tested...