Creating hybrid layouts using digital templates

Discussion in 'Hybrid Pad' started by Kelleanne, Jun 25, 2014.

  1. Kelleanne

    Kelleanne The One with Unagi

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  2. Karen

    Karen Alarm off, brunch ON

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    Super fun! I just got a portrait a few months ago and have been dabbling. I think this is the only way I'll ever do hybrid is by laying it out in PS first! Great post!
     
  3. bcgal00

    bcgal00 Feeling lazy with my coffee and book

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    This really makes me want to learn how to use my silhouette (its stored in a box somewhere).
     
  4. sushimommy

    sushimommy Could you point me to the helipad?

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    Great post, Kelly! I am still breaking in my silhouette (my fussy-cutting scissors are now in a cup pouting) - and i LOVE the idea to use the templates - thank you!
     
  5. sarahbhb

    sarahbhb Happy Anniversary babe! Now, pack up!

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    I love using templates to create hybrid layouts. I've been using my silhouette a lot lately to do this, but I've done a few with scissors. So fun and I love that you know what the end product will look like before you print a thing!
     
  6. JuliettePerkins

    JuliettePerkins I eat, sleep, breathe Apple.

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    Great post Kelly, I've been doing this for a while but I just hadn't got round to writing a tutorial. I'm glad I didn't as yours is so elegantly presented!
     
  7. Cristina

    Cristina Handmade with love, actually

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    This is such a fabulous way to get from digi to hybrid! I love your pages, Kelly!!
     
  8. Nemla

    Nemla Stretching my skill set

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    Great blog post, thanks for sharing.
     
  9. Ga_L

    Ga_L Well-Known Member

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    Great post, thank you for the idea
     
  10. jenevang

    jenevang Rocking a two-piece under my scrubs

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    I do this with my hybrid planner (not necessarily using templates). But I create the page in PS, then print it once totally digi. Then I move things around so they don't overlap, etc... and print it again. Then I cut out the elements and literally glue them OVER the digi print I have, hehe. I still get the digi stamps/paints/backgrounds, journaling etc... but get to place some "real" elements on top. Works great for my project.
     

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