How to tuck photos behind a frame

Jennifer Wilson

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October 31, 2009

Last week, in our first digital scrapbooking teach-in, I featured this layout:

weave photos

Several readers asked how to accomplish the effect of weaving a photo in front of and behind a frame. My friend Jenn of Scrappers Workshop came to the rescue with an excellent tutorial. She presents three techniques for duplicating this “over ‘n’ under” effect and one important tip: create your drop shadows first.

Download the tutorial

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1 Comment

  1. Shannon

    Yay! I’m very excited, I’ve wanted to learn this technique for a while.

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