Hey friends! I am back today to share how I quick and easily changed the font color on the digital week cards that I am using in my Project Life album. This is by no means the only way - or for that matter, the easiest way - but its what I do and I think its easy!

For today's lesson, I will be using these week date cards. They are cute, huh?? My plan is to recolor the numbers each week to coordinate with the other elements on my Project Life spread.

Here goes:

1. Find an image online, and download it.
2. Open the image.
 
(this is my file opened)

3. Click the foreground color on your tool bar. Choose what color you would like to use, or click on a color   from your project to color match it.
(Choosing the new color of my elements)

4. Make sure the 'contiguous' box is checked at the top of your screen.

5. Open up the Paint Bucket Tool. Move the paint bucket (your cursor) over to what you would like colored. Color all parts of your image that you'd like to change. You will only color the areas that are adjacent (if there is a break in the image, the color could spill out!)

(this is my recolored elements)

6. Save your file as a jpeg and then print. For my printing, I use Epson Presentation Paper in Matte Finish.

You're done! As I said before, this is not the only way to do it. But for me, it is surely the easiest!

If you have any questions, leave a note in the comments and I will try to answer them! 

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