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Creating Digital Printable Paper Using Free Online Tools

teacher avatar Liz Wright, Colorist, Watercolor Artist and Singer

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10 Lessons (53m)
    • 1. Introduction.

      2:05
    • 2. Paper Size and Format.

      1:20
    • 3. Choosing a Color Palette

      1:42
    • 4. Creating Solid Color Papers part 1

      1:20
    • 5. Finding and Saving the Hex Codes

      2:03
    • 6. Creating Solid Color Papers part 2

      4:12
    • 7. Creating Textures and Designs

      11:30
    • 8. Resizing our Papers

      5:15
    • 9. Packaging the Papers

      22:57
    • 10. Final Thoughts

      0:19
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As many of us are on a tight budget and can not afford wonderful tools like AdobeĀ  Photoshop or Illustrator, this class teaches you how to design digital scrapbook paper which can be used both digitally or printed.
We will be creating and packaging a set of ten (10) digital scrapbook papers using free online editing tools. These papers can be used for personal projects, or to sell in a platform such as Etsy, or to upload to Print on Demand stores such as Redbubble.
This class is suitable for anyone who has some basic computer skills and who has an internet connection with a reasonable speed.

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1. Introduction.: I'm Liz Wright Welcome to the Skillshare class, creating digital printable paper using free online tools, we will be creating and packaging a set of 10 digital scrapbook papers, like these shown here. And we'll be using two free online editing tools to do this. These papers can be used for all kinds of things. Scrapbooking, as the name suggests, you can print them and use them as paper covering, or for gifts. You can use them to create gift bags. You can upload them (the design) onto a shop such as Redbubble, where you can sell print, on-demand, things, such as paper, notebooks, bedding, all kinds of things that you'll be seeing here. For this class. The only materials that you'll need are a computer and a good Wi-Fi or internet connection. You'll be given plenty of opportunity to practice your new skills in the projects that you'll create. They will be the ten papers, and we'll learn about packaging them for sale on a site like Etsy. I won't be going into redbubble selling at the moment if you're interested, that can be a later class. I'm so excited to share these skills with you. And during the class, if you'd like to leave a comment or ask a question, please do so. I make a point of responding to every question asked and try to help wherever I can. Also please remember to review and share this class with others who may also enjoy learning these techniques where not much money has to be spent. I am so looking forward to seeing you and what you create. 2. Paper Size and Format.: Hello. Now before we get started making the scrapbook papers to sell, it's very wise to do a little bit of research on the sites that you wish to sell them, As some have very specific requirements. We're going to use the size and format that is used by the majority of the sites like Etsy. We'll be making our papers 12 inches by 12 inches at 300 DPI. Dpi or dots per inch is a measure of the resolution of a printed document or digital scan. The higher the dot density, the higher the resolution of the print or scan. Typically DPI is the measure of the number of dots that can be placed in a line across one inch, 2.54 centimeters. We will be saving our images into a JPEG format. And I'll also show you how to place a watermark over your advertising file so that people can't steal the images. This was just a quick look at some of the different sites that sell digital papers. So it was Etsy, Creative Market and the hungry JPeg. I have bought from all of them in the past and I sell at present on Etsy. And so we move into our next class, which will be choosing a color palette. 3. Choosing a Color Palette: To start with making our color paper set, It's a good idea to choose a color palette to begin with. There are wonderful choices to be made if you just spend a little bit of time doing a Google search, I found quite a few and have created a whole Pinterest board, which you're welcome to check out. I will provide a link in the projects area. If you look on Etsy, you will notice that people tend to group the papers into either shades of one color with different things on them, or else in different colors with one design. For instance, here we have all sorts of colors with stripes on them. Because I placed stripes into the search bar, or otherwise polka dots, because I placed polka dots into the search bar. There you can see different colors with polka dots. And then I've also done a quick search for some chevron shapes. And those come in all sorts of different colors as well. Now because of the nature of this class, I'd like to teach you a few different effects. So I've decided to go with choosing a color palette. And in this particular instance, and decided to choose the hydrangea colors and that palette. You're welcome to use the exact same Colors and copy me as I make the shades. Or you can choose your own palette and copy the technique and make your own shades from that. I found this such an exciting technique to use when I first learned it. And I hope that you will too. 4. Creating Solid Color Papers part 1: The first thing that we're going to do in creating our digital papers is to create some plain colors to work with. First, we need to find the hex codes of the basic colors in our palette. And I'm sure the first thing you're going to ask me now is what on earth is a hex code? Well, to give you the correct answer, but you really don't need to remember this. A color hex code is a hexadecimal way to represent color in RGB format by combining three values, the amounts of red, green, and blue in a particular shade of color. So now you're wondering what is RGB? Well, it means red, green, blue. It's the colors used in computer monitors or screens. Cmyk is a different color system that used in printing and it stands for cyan, magenta, yellow, and black. And you possibly know these names from when you purchase color inks for your printer. So although we'll get our base colors from the hex codes, these will be in RGB, so the printer will try to format the colors as closely as possible, but they're not always exactly the same. I've always been fairly happy with the results with doing this. So I don't feel there's any need for concern. 5. Finding and Saving the Hex Codes: Well, hello and welcome back into this class. I'm so excited to share with you the way in which our find and save the hex codes to make the cutters that I want in my palette to find the hex codes are found a wonderful free site, which you can see here. It's called image color picker.com. And it gives you the ability to find the hex codes from an image. We're going to upload our own image. And to do that, we're going to click on the area that says use your image. And then where it says browse or drop image, we're going to upload our hydrangea palette image. Once the image is loaded, you'll see that underneath the palette of colors there are extra colors. This can be a fun way to find colors that go together if you're wanting more than what's in your original palette that you've saved. In this class, we're just going to use the five colors that are in the palate. That's the hydrangea palette. And we're going to be creating ten different scrapbook papers from them. Step 1 now is to hover your cursor over the first color that you want, and then click on that and the hex code will appear. I'm just going to zoom in to show you quickly when the hex code is there. And then it's a good idea for you to try and save that. You can say if these numbers in any way that works well for you. I like to make things pretty, sir, always upload the pictures to Canvas and then make numbers and save the numbers next to them. But you can use a piece of notebook paper or whatever works for you. Canva offers a lot with a free subscription. It's a website design, photo editing site. So I'd like to suggest that you use it but you don't have to. Whatever you decide, please do save the hex numbers of your paper or the palette that you're choosing. And I'll see you in the next class. We're going to make our plain colors. 6. Creating Solid Color Papers part 2: Hi there. Now that we've saved our hex codes I'm so excited that we're going to finally create our beautifully colored plain papers. I want to introduce you to this wonderful free photo editing and design online tool called ipiccy.com I've written it big so that you can mark it down and save the name. So all you need to do is type ipiccy.com into your browser. Now, click on Create a design and wait for it to load. Next, click on the word 'new' Now to make it the correct 12 by 12 inch size in pixels, which is what ipiccy works with, We need to type in 3600 by 3600 There is the option on this drop-down menu that you get to choose from color squares, or else from the slide ruler. So there are your color squares, Or else you click that off and you can use this little moving around circle which gives you all kinds of different colors. Or the slide ruler. These colors that you land on also give you a hex code. So if you particularly like a shade that you've landed on, it may be a good idea to mark down that hex code number. Open your saved Hex code numbers for hydrangeas. Now copy the number of the first color, which is hashtag C, E, C, three, FB. And then either click Enter on your laptop or tick the little box, and then 'create' and how exciting - voila! our first hydrangea color is there, Isn't it pretty? Now click 'Create' and there we have the color. Now notice that there's a little line where the color doesn't quite fill the box. This is because the picture is enlarged and you need to make the picture smaller until that line disappears, or use the roller on my mouse. But however you make your picture smaller. So we roll it down and there you can see the line has disappeared. Now we need to save this file and give it a file name. I'm calling it hydrangea one and saving it to a specific folder on my computer so it's easier to find. Use the highest quality choice as this is going to be printed and we want to have good quality. So you can either continue designing or close and start a new design. I've decided to close and start a new design so that I can repeat the whole process just so that you can see how it works. Again, remember custom size, 3600 by 3600, create and type in the new canvas color. Here our next hex code is hashtag 8, B 85, CB, click. And there we have hydrangea 2. Save that now to our next file. And I'm going to leave you to create the rest of these five plain color pages. And for your second project, please create all five plain colored pages in your choice of pallete or use the palette that I've chosen. And then please share a photo or a screenshot of the plain colors that you've chosen. 7. Creating Textures and Designs: We'll come back now the exciting moments as the thrived and we're finally going to create the designs and textures on our paper. We're going to do some patterns and some textures. We need to once again open a blank 3600 by 3600 document on I picky.com. Step one is to upload the plain colored papers that we saved onto our computers. To save time. I've already uploaded three of my hydrangea colors, and now I'll upload the next two to show you how it's done. Remember, we need to be on the Create a design page with the blank document open. Now move your cursor to the little square that looks like a voter and it says Add Image. Click on this and your album of images will appear. As you can see, I've already uploaded the three, but now we will add the next two so that you can see how it's done. Click on Add Image, which will take you to your computer files. Open the folder in which you've said You play in papers, double-click on the pages that you want to enter and there'll be added to the library. To start our first design, starting with your first color. I'm using hydrangea one. And on I picky I drag it over to the document and pulled the toggles until it fits. Just position it nicely and then pull the toggles, the little circle thingies. As a quick aside here I've discovered that the problem I was having at the beginning of this class with gauging the right size in my browser was actually a Firefox browser issue unarmed Google Chrome and is no longer such a problem. So I'd really suggest using Google Chrome with I picky. You're now going to move within IP key from the designer area to the photo editor area. On the top of the page, click on export. And this will move your page to the editor. Look on the left-hand side of the page. And the little icon that looks a little bit like a thumbprint gives us lots of different texture choices. So we click on that. And we're going to click on the first one which says paper, and it gives you a few additional choices. This is the first texture that I see. I quite like that, but I liked the color, the hydrangea color. So let's see, this one. That looks like crinkled paper. You may choose to use that. The next one. Again, crinkled paper. It's almost a nicer one. This one has sort of the look of fibers. I like this one that has writing. But I'm not so sure I like the color. So I'm going to look underneath here and where it says multiply. I want you to try normal, damped like that, dark and don't like that. Lightened. That's quite nice. That's quite close to what we had. The hydrangea one color. It's very bright. Screen, too pale. I like that. This is called soft light. So this is very much personal taste and you can see what you like. So I like this one. And I'm now going to save this as my first paper sets. First one in hydrangea one. Say, oops, I forgot. Locker red. Notice. Once you've decided what you like, you have to remember to click Apply. So click Apply. And now I'm going to save my first paper. I'm going to call it high drain texture, and I'll save this to the highest level. I want to then show you that you have a chance to either continue editing or too close. So we getting too close to the photo. And we're going to go back up where it says Editor. And we're going to go to the design there. So at the editor, you click the drop-down menu and go to the designer area, and then you can start your new design. Unfortunately, you do have to create again the 3600 by 3600 size page so that you can go on to creating your next design. So now we once again click on the image, a little photograph, picture. And we're going to drag hydrangea to color across and pull it to the correct size. It takes just a few seconds. There we have it at the correct size. And then we're once again going to export this to the editor. Once again, we go to the little thumb print a picture which is the textures area. And this time I want to show you the grunge textures. I really love the first one. But I would like to suggest that you spend a bit of time and play around and see all the different textures that come up. You could make a whole paper pack of grunge textures. So with this one, I'm going to once again click Apply and save it to the computer. As you can see this so many different variations of textures and things you can play with. And I'd like you to please create one texture with each color of your plane papers and save them to your computer. So now for the next two colors, I'm going to show you another trick that I absolutely love that you can do with AI picky. So again, we go to create a design. Again, click on new. We again go to the 36 1053600. We create. Then we stay on the design side of things. And with any black and white image, we're going to click on image. If you add it. And I am urging one copy of this polka dot and one of a stripes design that I designed on the Derby Illustrator. I want to show you this magic tricks or would pull the design. I'm going to add these designs to the projects page so that you are free to download them and have them in your safe hands to use as you wish in your designs. You put this black and white design down. Then you go back again to your ad image. And you go to your, add another image and you place your next color, or the color that you want to do on top of it. On top of fuel, black and white design. And you stretch it arch. And then staying on this page. So this is my hydrangea fall color. Click, unlike either lighten all lighter works. And look for a law. You've got beautiful striped paper. Isn't that exciting? I think that's so exciting. So then we're going to save that. So you could decide to do this stripe in all of your colors, or you could make other paper and make a whole rainbow of colors and do the stripe in a rainbow of colors or whatever you like. So I'm going to save this one. Doesn't seem to be saving. There we are. High-grade force cry unto the highest saved to my computer. Now because we were already on the designer side, we can click the continue designing. And we can just click on this and press Delete or click in the dustbin and it goes. And we could make another stripy design, but I'm going to do so I'm going to click on this and put that in the dustbin. But I've still got my 3600 by 3600 white size block there. I'm going to go to Image and up going to this time, bring my polka dots over. And it's the same story. So we get that to the right size. And then we click on add an image. And this time I'm bringing my lightest color and covering this with it. Then we go and click on either lighter or lighten birth work and will allow some beautiful blue poker dots that you can then once again saved to your computer for your project homework. I'd like you to please complete making all train of your digital papers in whichever styles you enjoy. Make sure you label them so that they're easy to find on your computer. And we need to do one more thing before we package them nicely for sale. And I'll show you quickly what I mean by the packaged pieces. These are some of the sets of digital papers that I have in my Etsy shop the moment. So just showing you what I mean by packaging them. See you in the second to last class. 8. Resizing our Papers : Hello, and this is going to be a quick little class. I want to introduce you to another free software which is called Paint.net, certifying that we're going to go to Google and type in download Paint.net, which brings you to a page. And I usually go to this one, not the ad. Well, I never quite trust those. And this is a downloadable photo editor and it's a free software again. And it's not web-based. So once you've downloaded it, it will be on your computer and you'll be able to use it again. So go to the download page and then follow the instructions. I have already downloaded it and it is on my computer, so I'm going to carry on from there. But you can pause this video and do this, and then carry on when you're ready. Next, we're going to go to our page where all our pictures are, all our papers had been saved. I'm going to go to the first one and I'm going to click, right-click on it. And I'm going to go to open with paint dotnet. And it opens the page in the program. Then we need to go to Image. And to re-size. Now you'll see that we've got route 3600 by 3600 pixels, but it's only 96 pixels per inch. And it's a weird size. It's 37.50 inches square, which is not what we wanted. We wanted 12 inches by 12 inches. So now we change this resolution. I always just highlighted and our right 300. And that gives you the 300 DPI and magically changes that to 12 inches by 12 inches squared. And we click Okay. And then we go to File and we go to Save As. So it will take us back there. And I always overwrite the first one so that I don't become confused and wonder which one is the right size and everything that everything looks the same. So I usually click on that and overwrite it. Comes up and says hydrangea when Stripe already exists, do you want to replace it? And I'll say yes. And then I've got it and then it brings you a picture to show you the quality of the image. And as you can see, it's a beautiful quality. It's not pixelated or anything. So we click okay, and it's closed. Then we go to hydrangea one polka dots. Same story. Right-click on it, open with paint, dotnet. Image size. Resize. Change the 1963 100, that changes to 12 by 12. Click Okay. File. Save As I want you to save as that again. Do I want to replace it? Yes, I do. And you can see the bulk of darts are lovely. They're not badly pixelated at all. Okay, Save As that hydrangea one texture. I've done another one of these I was playing around with texture. So I'm going to use this one as well, say Open in pen to start Nate. Image, resize. 300. Perfect. Save As is k. Next one, hydrangea to happen with. The last one I'm going to show you and that algae is the raised and myself and you can carry on to yours in your own time. 300. Save As. So you have a choice as to whether you want to overwrite your first one. I really do find that easiest, but if you want to just leave them there for some other reason, that's also fine, but then rename this as in your file Save As you could change it to poker dots, 300 DPI or something so that you know what you've got in your file. All right, and I'll see you in the next lesson. 9. Packaging the Papers: Hello and welcome back to the final class in our digital paper adventure. I hope that you've enjoyed the class so far, and I hope that you've really enjoyed doing something creative that hasn't costs, do too much money for a change. Because you find all these grafts terribly expensive and that you've learned a new skill. So this is the paper pack that I created and we're going to create a similar thing together. Now. I just need to go to I'm picky.com. Just a minute. When I went down. When you sell your papers on Etsy, when you sell anything on Etsy, they are quite strict about the size that this kind of photograph, it's called a listing photograph must be. And for the listing virtues they need to be 2000 pixels. So we're going to once again move onto I picky.com. And once we're on I picky, we're going to click on the make a collage. This is just when one way of doing these listing photos, you don't have to do it the sweat away that I find quite easy. So we're having ten papers that we're going to put together this time. So in that case, I'm choosing first the five, the five collage and then add image. And I'm going to go to hydrangea one stripe. So you would add image and it would take you to your computer. And you would upload the pictures you want this as hydrangea one texture. Hydrangea choose stripe, hydrangea to texture, and hydrangeas, three stripes. I've gone to all of those. And now I want to save these to my computer. So I'm going to click Save. And I'm going to call these hi Granger collage one. And we're going to save them at great but not the highest because we don't want the megabytes to be too high for the listing photos that just comes out with 367.600 kilobytes. So save to the computer. And I'm going to save that. Now, having saved that, we're given an option as to whether to continue work or discard collage. I'm just going to click Continue work and then pop these into the vendors that we're clicking an x to get rid of them. And I'm going to add the next five images from my computer. So I'd got to hydrangea when 2345. So I want to add hydrangea three. This is going to make one in the row, a purple and the rest of green. So I have actually added an extra green. I did two of the one texture. So for my one, I'm going to add the synthesis hydrangea force stripe. I'm just going to add them all here now. I'd range of five. Danger for texture. That's all of them now, I feel like I've had a brain moment. She is, they are hydrangea force dragged. Hydrangea for texture. I want you to move that one over there. I adding this per codon chart, hydrangea five stripe and hydrangea five texture. So whatever you decide, whichever papers you've got together, you can pop them over onto this. I'm not completely happy with this one. I feel like another I need another one in this color way. So it was hydrangea fall. I just wanted to see if I've got anything else in the hydrangea for that texture, that speech. And so those colors all go nicely. And as far as my eye is concerned, I would prefer this one at the end. That's really and truly just a matter of looking at things and deciding what you like. I'll just like the way that data is landed up and Suriname going to save this. As collage may tell Granger collages what's recorded at Granger colon. To save to my computer, say file right here. Now I'm going to discard this color brush and I'm going to hit over to the editor section. No, I'm not. Include discard this collage. And I'm going to hit over to the designer section. And in the design of section, we're going to create a new document. And it C, wants the listing photos to be 2000 pixels wide and 2000 pixels square. So getting a new listing, custom size, 2000. By 2000. And I'm creating now, I'm in Firefox again and you can see this troublesome little wrong size, so I've got to make that smaller. I forgot I needed to use Google Chrome. I felt prefer not having to hassle, but it's interesting in place, your web browser is causing you problems. So now I'm going to import pictures. So they we go, now we need to add images again because we want our two hydrangea collage one and hydrangea collage to open. And I'm going to pull this one over here and then make it fit. So I ideally wanted just a little patch of white around the age. This is again, personal taste. And I'm going to pull it down a bit to make it longer. Impact to the next picture. Pulling this one over. And I'm going to put this on top of that one so that they're the same size. It's just my way of trying to figure out how to get them the same size. Pulling that down and then I'm pulling this down to the bottom. Now I think that looks fine. Now what we're going to do is create a you have a choice. We can try making like shutters between each page. Survey again, to go to this little heart way, as you'll see it says Add sticker and stickers. If you go to the base, to the geometric, I'm not sure what the base is. We don't want basically want geometric. We going to take the plain square and make it very narrow, very, very narrow. And UPS maybe I should stretch it out first before I make it so narrow that we are make it narrower again. And then I'm going to change the color, are clicking on the solid color. And I'm going to just pull this little circle up to the grays. You can see over here the new colors come up. So I wanted to be a sort of a medium gray. And I'm going to click the tick. And that is fine. And then with that, I'm going to use my side arrow to it selected to move it to the end of the stripe. And then I'm going to click on that. I'm going to right-click and I'm going to press Duplicate and I'm going to duplicate it one. And I'm going to pull the duplicated and over again, Right-click. Duplicate. Pull it over. Now, I'm not mad about this to be honest. Binary, if I should make it even lighter. Again, could be better. What color? I'm going to copy the hex code so that I make sure I get the same hex code here. Paste it. And here. We are. Then going to right-click again. Duplicate. You get to class. Soviet gages, sludge shudder sharing. And we can do if you're in at the end. And to be quite honest, I'm not convinced with that, so I'm going to just throw them all away. So I'm just going to delete this from edited out controversy on rights and where are we here now? Anyway? Carrying out the sand. Now we've got our top and our bottom. Now we've got the top and the underneath layers of papers. And we're going to create a nice middle band. So we're going to go to this top little line and where the heart is, it says add sticker. And we're going to geometric, and we're going to click on the square. And we're going to make a nice long ribbon. And then we're going to change the color of that. So we're going to click on the color. And now you can either type in a hex code or this gives you an even easier option. So you can grab the little. So you lift click with your mouse on this little eyedropper. And then you can choose any of these colors. So click on the eyedropper. If you click on that, it brings up that color. I don't know what's going on. I think I did something wrong. So we pull the band across, a k, cancel out things, is stretched the spanned across. And then we want to change the color. You can decide what color you want. So under lived here it shows the solid colors and you left-click on it. And then you can type in hex code if you wish, or you can click on the little eyedropper tool. And then if you put it on one of the colors, it brings up the color. This is got a few calories in it. So I quite like, I like this darker purple, so I'm going to use that. And then I think I'm going to use that. Let me just see. Maybe I launch. This shows this. That's not work well in simply going to choose this purple. And now we want to add some text to that, but I want to make a middle section. So I'm going to click once again on the stickers. And this time I'm going to look down the row and see what is available. Doodle frame, wall cloud. Let's see. I don't think that's what I want. Labels. I quite like that, so I'm going to choose a nice label here in Caltech, this one. And I'm going to stretch it out to a nice big size. And then getting to change its color to the dark. When does the term beliefs? And then I'm going to take another frame, not just frame another label. Same one to make it just a bit smaller on the inside so that it looks as if the wine is outside the other, as if it looks like a shadow. Oops. I must say I'm using this on Firefox with this API key, and it is not half as cooperativity is on Google. I just didn't want to lose what I've done now. So now I want to change this color and I think it see what it would look like. Thank you. Try and move it across. It may be wanting to be a little bit wider to get there. And now I'm going to add some text so we'll click in the text box. And with AI picky, you actually write your text on the left here, it gives you the various fonts. I have some of my own funds uploaded, so I'm going to use one of my own fonts. I'm going to use the one that's got my name, it's called Elizabeth. And I'm going to see chin ups already forgot now, look there on that. And then we come here and I'm going to write to high drain paper. And then we're going to make that a little bit smaller the text. And we can make it fit with dragging the little boxes here. I think that looks fine. You can change the font color as well, but I actually like the black because it stands out. And then I'm going to add some more text here. And I'm going to, again, it is, I think I'm going to use a more punchy when for the next switch here. So click on the text and text box comes up and I'm going to write 300 DPI. And I'm going to change the size and put back in the middle. And then I'm going to bring in new textbox. And I'm going to move that to the side. And I'm going to say 12 by 12 inch. And make I want to see how big this text was. It was a 103. So when I go there, I'm just going to highlight that and type in where they three. So it's the same size. Doesn't want to and it's still a little bit big. Spine, we're going to have to make it a bit smaller. I'm just going to put it in like this with the toggles at the sides and see what happens here. I still have to make that a little bit smaller, 87, and then make this one all say 87. Click Enter. That's better at works. And then you have options of what you want to do decoratively. You could do some dots to make stitching and introduce that you would add some more text. I'm not going to do it on this one. I'm just going to show you. So I would, you could make a dotted line. So with the hyphen on your keyboard, you can just click it and that gives a broken line. And you would then pull that are long. And then you repeat that again, text and to hyphenated line and make it fetch. So you would rule that in. Or you can go to that one and you can right-click and you can duplicate. And then you are more sure to get the exact same line size and place it there. Duplicate and move it over there. I will leave them there does look quite nice. So there we have our Ready to sell can digital papers. I hope you've enjoyed doing this and I am so excited to see what your papers look like and the colors you've used and how you've packaged them together. I'll see you in the next video just to say goodbye, to educate, to save this. 10. Final Thoughts: So we come to the end of our class on creating digital papers. I really hope you've enjoyed it. And I'm so excited to see what you share in the project. And I do encourage you to post your projects. Thank you very much. Good bye now.