Monday, March 5, 2012

3 Techniques for Unique Digital Scrapbook Layouts in Studio J

Are you behind on your scrapbooking? 

Would you like to get your scrapbooking done faster?

Do you enjoy digital scrapbooking, but aren't sure how to use Photoshop and fancy programs?

If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, then Studio J is for you!

Studio J is Close to my Heart's unique online design software. The program is absolutely free to use and is so easy and intuitive.Whether you’re a first-time scrapbooker or a long-time enthusiast, you can design custom layouts you’ll love.

Layout by CTMH Corp on
Close to my Heart has a video series specifically for Studio J called "Love Your Layout." They do such a wonderful job of teaching techniques to make your online layouts unique and fabulous!

I especially love this video...maybe it's because they used the Stella paper kit, my favorite right now. But mostly because they show some fun techniques I wouldn't have thought of on my own!

Here's CTMH's finished layout...

Isn't it fun? Here are the techniques you'll learn in the video below.
  1. How to change the colors of your paper and cardstock
  2. How to create your own patterned paper
  3. How to crop your stickers so they spread across both pages

Looks easy, right?! Go ahead and play around on Studio J—it's free to try! If you like what you create, you can order the 12" x 12" 2-page layouts to be professionally printed and shipped right to your door. You'll even get a free page protector with every layout and free shipping when you order 10+ layouts! Become a member and receive 50% off your layouts and receive jpgs with every order!

Here's another video on the basics of using Studio J...

Here's a flyer from Close to my Heart with more information. If you'd like to see some layouts I've created in Studio J and more information from me, read this post. To try it out for yourself, go here. And of course if you have any questions, feel free to contact me at jaymalew {at} gmail {dot} com!

 Happy Creating!

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