Today is the last day of this short digital scrapbooking series. In case you missed out, here’s what we have covered so far on our digital scrapbooking series:
- 10 reasons why I like digital scrapbooking over traditional scrapbooking
- How to make a Shutterfly photo book using their new custom path
- How to organize your digital scrapbooking supplies
- Where to find free digital scrapbooking supplies
- How to save a digital scrapbook page
- How to use a quick page
The page we are adding shadows to today, we started on three days ago. On Wednesday, we started the scrapbook page with the post Digital Scrapbooking Templates Tutorial: Clipping. Thursday, we added elements to our page and on Friday, we added alpha and text to our page. If you did not those videos, you will want to start there before continuing on with this post.
2. In the upper right hand corner, make sure the drop down box is on “drop shadows.”
3. Begin clicking on your layers one by one and adding shadows to each one.
I usually use a low shadow or soft edge shadow but you can experiment around. Also, I do not typically put shadows on text written with the text tool but do on alpha elements.