In digital scrapbooking, adding clip art and other images make the layout a lot more interesting. There are hundreds of elements you could download from this site to help enhance the overall look of your scrapbooks. To be able to add them to your image, layout, or digital paper, you have to import them into GIMP. Read on to learn how.
You can increase each image by clicking on it so you can easily see all settings used.
Importing Clip Art and Images to GIMP
First off, launch GIMP and open the image you want to work on. In this case, a digital paper from the Digital Scrapbooking Kit Cafe is chosen as a background image.
Open as Image
A pop-up window will open showing the locations within your computer. Click to choose where you want to get the image from. Click on the image’s file name, a preview will be shown on the right side so you could confirm that it is the right one, then click the “Open” button down below.
Simply copy a clip art or image and paste it onto your background. You may need to resize and move it to where you want to put it in the background image. When you are done, save your finished photo or layout.
Open as Layers
Now, you can share and print your completed Digital Scrapbooking Kit Cafe project.
You can find the PDF Document here. Just click on the link and download the Printable to your Computer.