Hi there, my name is Traci and I am a bit lost!
I did make a memory box for my daughter for Christmas so I am not totally new to this and I do on-line graphics but I am trying to make a memory book for her graduation in May and just have a few questions...
I have gotten her pictures, been to the scrap store, gotten her book, some embellishments, some cardstock, papers etc.
Here is my question, I have lots of ' scraps' from on-line ( free to use ones ) and even ones I have though of buying but let's stick with the FTU for now. I see their examples of what they have done and and they talk of how they are ' printable' but my question is this...
How would for example a button or a something ' raised' like that, print that way, and not just look flat? Or am I missing something?
When I do my graphics on line I use all kinds of scrap kits and they look very nice, but they are all ' flat' are this supposed to be this way too, in a book? For if it can be flat, then couldn't I just do it in PSE ( I have a MAC) and then print it out already completed?
Or how do people print out scrap kits they get on line in seperate layers?
Does this make sense to anyone?
Please forgive me if this sounds odd, I am new to this, any help would be greatly appreciated?