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Hello & Welcome Kelly!

You have certainly come to the right place to both learn & enjoy.
Marisa has super tutorials to get you started here:

I can't wait to see your pages!

Thank you for the welcome. This site is amazing smiley Can I ask one question about the TOU license. I have zero interest in selling anything I make, but I wanted to be sure that the personal license covers using the kits and stuff to put together pages to be printed in a photo book. I would like to make a few books as Christmas gifts for family and friends. Of course what they would get would be physical printed items, given as gifts not sold but I just want to be sure that is covered on the personal license because I did not see making gifts listed as a possible use…. I might have just missed it.

Thank you for your time smiley

@Kelly: Yes, the personal license covers anything non-commercial, which includes photo books for gifts.

Thank you so much, for the wonderful site and answering my question.

Good morning! I’m new to digital scrapbooking. I’ve been scrapbooking traditionally for over 20 years. I think digital scrapbooking is a great way to document on the go. I’ve been looking around the forum and the site an I’ve already learned a few things.

Hello & Welcome Lolis!
The tutorials here are excellent indeed!
I am glad that you were able to get a good start on things!

Hi! I'm Allyson! I've been traditional scrapbooking for 20 years, digital scrapbooking for about 5 years and I'm brand new to Photoshop Elements and have loads of questions!

I’m Suzy and I haven’t introduced myself because I don’t scrapbook, nor do I use Photoshop. I write and semi, quasi-illustrate little handbooks and newsletters for non-profits, and I use Paint Shop Pro. I come here if I need something like a spray of stars because it’s faster and easier to find them here than making them myself. However, the tutorials have been very helpful and the same directions are used for PSP, so I decided it might be fun to make them myself. Since so many of the things I choose look hand drawn, even my closest friends and relatives think I can draw, and I cannot! I can’t tell you the number of people who have told me how nice my handwriting is when I use Fonts for Peas.

I play pickleball, bike ride, am a flower show judge, and also breed flowers. I also do genealogy - every month of January, I research someone’s roots for them, usually someone who can’t do it for themselves. Oh, and I use Paint Shop Pro for illustrating the little genealogy books I make, too

Hello Allyson! Welcome!
I joined when I first started using Photoshop myself.
Marisa has some wonderful tutorials to help you get you started Here.

Hello Suzy & Welcome!
You keep yourself busy!
The flower breeding sounds divine!

Thanks, Jennifer. Flower breeding is pretty much like farming, so it’s not pretty and elegant like you might think. I breed miniature daffodils, and daffodils take 6-7 YEARS to go from seed to maiden bloom, but there is a dearth of miniature Daffs and hardly any colors available, so the need is there. They are the turtles of flowers. SLOW. (Even a gigantic peony is only 3 years from seed to maiden bloom!). More than you wanted to know, I’m sure, but I wanted to quash the “divine” aspect from your mind. 😄