Border Templates #2.
Saturday, November 8, 2008
Friday, November 7, 2008
Thursday, November 6, 2008
Border Templates #3. Drag the template into your layout. Place the paper above it in the layer palette (on the right) and CRTL+g.
There are 21 templates in this download, each design in 3 sizes.
Jack, I am working on a Journaling stamp set for you. If you have something in mind, email your ideas, thoughts, drawings, etc. This is going to be awhile before it's finished.
Wednesday, November 5, 2008
Square Frame Template, this is the template that I made for the frame from October Fest. If you can't remember how to use a template, click here. Just the template. But I thought that some of you would like a different color, and this will take less than 2 minutes to use. In the preview, I was playing around with the preview from the kit, just to show you that your imagination is the only limit. Oh, and after I merged the visible layer, I resized the square into a regular frame.
Open the template.
Open the paper or papers you want to use.
Click on the first piece of the template, and than click on your paper and drag it over the template. It should be over the first layer. If not, pull it into position. And do this for each layer. IF something doesn't go right. Position the paper and click, CTRL+g. Each layer has the bevel already.
I put the staples in one layer for you. If you want to change the color or?, on the right side (above your layers) click layer style and pick one you like. When you like it, click at top, Layer>Merge Visible. Now you can drag it into your layout and resize. When closing the original file, DON'T SAVE CHANGES (unless you want to.)