Friday, April 11, 2014

Photoshop Friday

Welcome to Photoshop Friday fun and easy tutorial.   Here is an easy way to brighten anyone's day right in their email inbox.  No glue, paper or scissors needed.... just use your Crafty Secrets Digital kits. 
 
 
Create your new artwork file, making sure to set the resolution at 72 dpi to be able to email.

 
Next add your digital papers, elements, sayings and text to create your card.

 
Then save your card as a .jpg file to email. 

 
Want even more versatility? Save this as a .psd file too. That way you can make subtle changes to the file in the future and send to another friend.

 
When you have time... create several different e-cards. Then when you need a quick e-card to send, pick one from your file, customize and email.   It's that simple to add a little sunshine to someone's day.
 
Thank you for joining another Photoshop Friday.  I am excited to introduce a new twist on my traditional Photoshop Friday next week.  We will using Photoshop to make more than just cards and layouts, we will creating home decor items, memory gifts and fun party ideas each Friday.  So come back next week as I kick off  some more fun tutorials.  Hope to see you here!
 
Wishing you a wonderful weekend, sweet friends.
 
 


3 comments:

Tammy@T's Daily Treasures said...

Very pretty! No one even emails me anymore. And as you can tell, I do a whole lot more with Instagram at the moment than blogging. So easy to just post one picture and a little blurb than to think of a whole blog post. :) But I've made so many friends through blogging that I don't want to give it up like so many others have. Hope you have a lovely weekend. Tammy

Crafty Secrets Heartwarming Vintage Co. said...

Hi Sheila, love your e-card tutorial and the idea of sending some happy mail to brighten someone's day! I'm adding this to my blog post and Pintrest

Thanks!
Sandy

Kathy/NorthCarolina said...

What a great idea, Sheila! This is so beautiful and who wouldn't like to find it waiting in her inbox. Your tutorials are always so clear and your work is just beautiful!