New Video Tutorial – Wrapping Ribbon around Digital Elements

Yes, there’s finally a new tutorial up.  But a couple of announcements first:

  1. If you missed the screaming deal on the huge Home for the Holidays bundle on Friday, it’s not too late.  The entire bundle will still be marked down to $3.50 for the month of January, at both my Divine Digital and ScrapDish stores.  So if you’re still looking for the perfect kit to scrap your holiday photos, this is it!
  2. ScrapDish now has a forum!  Pop in for a visit, and maybe stay to check out a challenge or two!  Each challenge you complete earns you points which go towards percent off coupons for that month.  I’m hosting the Photography / Photo Editing challenge, you can read all about the January challenge here.

And now for the video tutorial.  This tutorial, done in Photoshop Elements 6, shows you how to realistically wrap ribbon around any digital embellishment.  You can watch the YouTube version below, or click here to download the high resolution video.  The video is a Quicktime movie, so you will need Quicktime in order to watch it.  Enjoy!


5 Responses to “New Video Tutorial – Wrapping Ribbon around Digital Elements”

  1. Cheryl Says:

    Thanks! That was so great to learn. I’m a self-teacher and really find these video tutorials enlightening! I would never have thought of using the BURN tool to make it realistic! Thanks.

  2. Shelly Says:

    Thanks! I’ve always wanted to learn this!

  3. Lisa Says:

    Loved it! Thanks. I am also sef taught and really appreciate the video tutorials. I will check out your shop as well. lisa 🙂

  4. Peg Says:

    Your tutorial was great! Thanks so much for taking the time to share your knowledge!

  5. Deb Says:

    Thanks for a great tip, you are a good teacher. I know that takes time away from your scrapping, so I really appreciate it.

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