{ free friday finds } for May 22, 2009

Jennifer Wilson

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May 22, 2009

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Once in a while, I want to share fantastic links to free, fabulous and functional tips, tutorials and inspiring ideas… but they aren’t really worthy of an entire post. Enter “{ free friday finds }”!

  • 20 Scrapbooking Tips – Ali Edwards shares thoughtful, inspiring tips for great design and simple scrapping
  • The Shadow Stands Alone – a quick tutorial from Scrapper’s Workshop for PSE users for placing a drop shadow on a separate layer
  • Three Journal Tips – sanity-saving permission to keep an imperfect record of your life via pen & paper journal
  • We Follow “digiscrap” – a self-enrolled directory of Twitter users, each user can have up to three tags
  • SYTYCD Round 3 – 40 Beatles-themed freebie mini kits for the DSA/Scrap Orchard designer contest

I don’t think this feature will come every Friday, nor will I showcase an individual “freebie” unless it truly rocks my socks. What do you think? How often do you want to see this type of post? What kind of tips would you like me to scout out?

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2 Comments

  1. Laser

    If you find any Photoshop tutorials I would love the links. I am always looking for any tips on how to use PS.

    Thanks for the links you gave, lots of interesting help.

    Reply
  2. Mandee

    Any tips on PSE are appreciated.

    Reply

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