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scrapbook paper selectionWhen I went to the craft store the other day, I was terribly unimpressed with their selection of scrapbook paper. Can we say my favorite word of the week: boring? Since I need an abundance of pretty paper for my ever increasing pile of photos, I tend to let my scrapbooks gather dust when I can't find the paper I need for my desired scrapbook pages.

Amy uses Photoshop to create scrapbook and journal paper. She used a computer with Photoshop, a scanner, doodles and clip art, inkjet and label paper, photos and magazine clippings, and a paper trimmer. Even if you have never used Photoshop before, Amy walks you through exactly how to design your own scrapbook and journal paper.

I am excited to design my own scrapbook paper now, even though I use Paint Shop Pro. The possibilites of what can be designed are endless, and I don't have to stare in open mouth boredom at the paper in the craft store anymore.


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