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Old 11-08-2016, 06:54 PM
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Talking Oscraps Video Tutorial: Traditional & Artsy Supplies Part 1



*tutorial link at the end of the post
I'm so happy and excited to have for you our first tutorial part of the Oscraps store.

The goal is to help the community to learn about our fantastic products and to be able to scrap, document, have fun and learn !

As always if you have questions or suggestions let us know .

Our first series is about the combination of Traditional and Artsy elements.

Artsy designers like me need a break sometimes and a space to tell more stories and traditional scrappers sometimes feel intimidated with all artsy supplies available to them.
No fear ! The goal is to help you to transform and use supplies with your style. Plus a tip on how to do sticker function on PSE and PS CC 2017
We are going to have more tutorials on this topic.


What I used in this tutorial :

Circled N4 Template by Design by Soco



Re- invent Brushtool by NBK Design


Make a Wish Paint Styles


Credence Edges by BlueFlower Art


I also used mini kits from the 52 Inspirations
number 14


number 11


number 21



Number 19



Enjoy the Tutorial

HERE
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Thank you for this great tutorial !! Never used new styles with my brushwork.
I am sure i am gonna use this a lot now !
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How do you watch the tutorial?? I clicked on the arrow but nothing is happening? This is such a great idea! I cam to OScraps as a traditional scrapper that wants to learn the artsy side of scrapping. This is perfect!!!!!
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How do you watch the tutorial?? I clicked on the arrow but nothing is happening? This is such a great idea! I cam to OScraps as a traditional scrapper that wants to learn the artsy side of scrapping. This is perfect!!!!!
At the very end of the post has Enjoy tutorial here
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WOW and it is big enough that I should have tripped over it!! DUHHHHH, need to clean my glasses!!! Thanks so much!!
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WOW and it is big enough that I should have tripped over it!! DUHHHHH, need to clean my glasses!!! Thanks so much!!
I also had to look a few times, and also clicked on the arrow like you Nancy
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