So that's pretty much it wrapped up tomorrow we're going to be covering a lot more so yeah actually I guess we should talk about that tomorrow we will talk about tomorrow yes so I mean we were halfway through the content now we've got a lot coming up in the next few segments so in a nutshell what are we looking at in the next few segments? I know we'll be talking about about layout and some production and printing anything you want to tease the viewers with coming up with a two page spread so we're going to be, you know, doing the twenty four by twelve so it's a full two page spread we're also going to be doing we're going to dive into more intermediate and advanced stuff a lot of masking so you're going to learn and no masking by the end of tomorrow we're also going to talk about blending modes and overlays and karen's going to come back for segment three as well and finish up what she was working on the textures, the brushes and all that kind of stuff so and we're going to reveal the...
water we're going pull it out the water to make sure the ah print is looking good tomorrow he thought into here actually this has been an incredible several segments here with you michelle and I just wanted to end it with a big round of applause for you
Michelle Stelling the leading instructor for beginner, intermediate and advanced digiScrappers and Photoshop Elements users, has taught over 5,000 digital scrapbookers and graphic designers throughout various colleges and via the internet for over 17 years. She started the National Association
I found this an excellent course on the use of PSE--not just for scrape booking but for any use. And of course the scrape booking ideas and methodology was great. I enjoyed Michelle's approach very much, and also liked Karens.