Using Digital Techniques on a Hybrid Layout
Hi everyone! Katie here (from the CT) to show you how I use digital techniques in a hybrid layout. If you’ve ever thought about doing a little hybrid scrapping, but it makes you nervous, this might be the perfect way to jump right in.
I want to share a little of my creative process for the most recent spread in my 2018 garden journal. It’s half hybrid, half digital!
Garden Planner: Oscraps, Scrapgirls, Etsy
Spring Fever: Oscraps, Scrapgirls, Etsy
I wanted clipping masks for two of the photos so they had a more artsy look to coordinate with Anja’s beautiful papers. This is a screenshot of what I built digitally in Photoshop Elements. You can see I added some strokes to represent three of my garden boxes as well as some type. I printed these pages separately.
Next, I printed and cut the digital elements for the hybrid portion of the spread.
It’s time to add all the hybrid elements.
And this is my finished spread. I love how easy it was to put together. Projects like this let me use all the amazing digital possibilities as well as play with all the gorgeous physical product. The best of both worlds!