Today we’re sharing digital designs inspiration Hinterland.
The aA Creative Team have been rocking their autumn digital scrapbooking and artistry pages using ArtPlay Palette Hinterland and supporting DigitalART products.
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Digital Designs Inspiration Hinterland
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Front Street | Barbara
Full Bleed Photo. Create a layout in which the focal photo takes up the entire page. Layer the photo over an artsy paper as demonstrated by Barbara and apply a Blending Mode of choice to the image layer, such as Overlay or Color Burn for example. This is a quick and easy approach to creating digital artistry with no blending required.
Thanksgiving Card | Adryane
Holiday Cards. The holidays are just around the corner and it’s never too early to think about Greetings cards. Love this Thanksgiving card by Adryane simply by placing 3 files from MultiMedia Pumpkins No. 2 in row next to one another. Complete your home-made greetings card with a single word title.
The Adventure Awaits | Marianne
1 Photos: 2 Frames. Span a single photo across multiple frames as shown in Marianne’s autumn artsy digital scrapbooking layout. Place the photo on your layout so that it covers both frames. Move the photo layer above the clipping mask and go to Layer> Create Clipping Mask to clip the photo to the first frame mask layer. Duplicate the photo layer, move up the layer stack in the Layers panel to the next mask layer and repeat.