Saturday, July 20, 2013
If you can scan it, you can scrap it--in Studio J
I am finding Studio J so useful, easy, and economical for getting family history pages finished.
The bonus is that once created, I can make as many copies as I need. The following two examples will go in scrapbooks I am making for each of my three children.
This is the page containing a 148 year -old document of my Great Great Grandfather's discharge from the Civil War. By scanning it and putting it in the No Limits page design I was able to add photowells for the scans of the document and add a history of my search for it as well as some history found online at the Indiana State Library in journaling boxes.
For my personal scrapbook I had put some of our old family snapshots in Flip Flaps ( 6 X 12). I discovered I could scan the pictures right from the previously scrapped page and again using No Limits to re-create the page so it can be cut down the middle to use in Flip Flaps for my childrens' albums. Again it will be easy to get copies enough for that project.
This is the Studio J version. I was able to edit the photos in Studio J and make them brighter and a little more acceptable to look at.
I would love to show you how to use Studio J so the purposes that would benefit you. Please call me at (970) 285-9230 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up an appointment with me. I can give instruction over the phone if you are long distance.