Nathalie Séguin

I have been a member of the FOREVER pixels2Pages team since January 2021 and loving it! I was born in Montreal but have called Ottawa, the capital of Canada, home since 1972. I have been glued to my best friend and husband George since we met in 1987. I am “maman” to my 2 amazing sons who have chosen great partners and thus I have inherited 2 beautiful daughters. I am the eldest of a family of 3 girls plus 2 stepsiblings. I am blessed to still have my parents which I get to see regularly. I started scrapbooking in 1997 the good old-fashioned way, and quickly transitioned to digital when Storybook Creator was first introduced. Beyond scrapbooking, some of my favourite activities include cooking, reading, writing, decorating, traveling, eating out, shopping in little boutiques, going to farmers’ markets, binge watching some awesome series and spending as much time as possible at our cottage.

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Video Tidbit: Two In One

Showcase two distinct events in one layout while defining their own individual spaces in a cohesive manner.

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Historian Tip: Image Assistant

Learn how to use Historian's Image Assistant, a time-saving wizard that offers some of the most common image editing tools in seven easy steps.

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Bright Idea 387: Left And Right

Create a page layout split into two fairly distinct areas while still maintaining a cohesive and balanced look.

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Start2Finish: On Our Way To Jungfrau

This page is from a trip to Europe we took in 2018 with our 2 sons. I wanted to create a look that brought in textiles, and maybe a bit of folk art essence to my page. I will walk through creating a mountain range using shapes and ready made embellishments that may be a bit unexpected!

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Video Tidbit: Painted Monogram

Create a fun monogram using a font shape, a colourful paper, and some strokes that will pop on your page!

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Video Tidbit: Any City Skyline

Learn how to create a quick cityscape border, using rectangle shapes, the Grid cutter, and a few other simple tools.

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Artisan Tip: The Dark Side

Learn how to create effective contrasts when working with photos on dark backgrounds.

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