Crafty Secrets Linky Party and DT Challenge - Let's Hear it for the Boys!

Welcome to the June Crafty Secrets Linky Party and DT Challenge. This month we focused on all of the special men in our families.  For this masculine theme, I created a special layout to capture my guy's time together... father and son.  
I will be showing you how to change the hue and saturation of a photo in Photoshop Elements.  I used his to help blend the larger photo into the background paper. 
Open the photo file to be changed and then click on the Guided Tab at that top.  The select the Old Fashion Photo.

Then select the Add Hue Saturation button.

Next use the each of the sliders to adjust until you get the desired look.  Then click OK.

Click back to the Expert Tab and save the new file making sure name it a new name.  Then use the Move Tool to drag and drop into your artwork.

For more inspiration and tutorials visit the other talented designers:

Kathy Clement, DT Leader 

Now is your turn!  Head on over to Crafty Secrets to join in the fun and win a some cool products too!

Wishing you a creative day, dear friends.


wannabcre8tive said...

A fabulous scrapbook page with wonderful memories. Very creative.

Kathy/NorthCarolina said...

Oh, I just love this! You have such a gift for capturing life's everyday moments and elevating them. Everything about this project is perfection...the repeated circular elements, the wonderful photography and the clear, easy to follow tutorial. We are so lucky to have you on the team! Thanks for another great Linky Party project! xo

Elizabeth said...

Love your custom made sheet of paper with the photo blended in. What a great way to display your photos.

Darlene said...

Oh my goodness ... this is just over the top AWESOME!! Boy I wish you lived closer ... I'd be paying you for computer lessons without a doubt! I look forward each time to see what you come up with and my jaw hits the floor each and every Linky Party! LOL ... FANTASTIC!

Diane said...

You have the best photo shop tutorial ever and the layout is awesome and such a wonderful memory page to have forever!!

Gloria Stengel said...

I love the way you used the photo to bleed into the background paper. What a great memory to capture!

Anonymous said...

Well you know I love this project and you've inspired me to try digital scrap booking.