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Saturday, November 15, 2008

Candy Land Elements #2

My grandson stayed here on Tuesday and he wanted to make a gingerbread house. This is the house he made. I added the little gift boxes, they are all square but if you change the proportions you can get different boxes. As 100 percent by 150, or 200 to 100. To do this start dragging a corner and at the top a the dimensions will appear, if you just want it larger, lock the size. Otherwise play a little.
The ribbon slide is a bit tricky to erase sometimes, and look right. So try this. Drag the ribbon end up to the slit were it goes under and just let the rest hand over the edge. It will be discarded when you finish your layout and flatten the image. Repeat for the other side and it's attached.
Tip can Type or use your brushes on brad, or little candies, or ?, to personalize them. And putting a brad on the top of your paperclip changes the look.

Friday, November 14, 2008

Candy Land Papers #3

Candy Land Papers #2

Thursday, November 13, 2008

Folded Edge Template

 Folded Edge Template. In 3 layers, CRTL+g. Remember the colors should coordinate to look good. If you want the fold in another corner, than click Image>Rotate>(select which command locates it properly, left, right, etc.).

Candy Land Elements #1

Thanks again for all your kind comments.
If you want your paper clips to appear "attached", place it behind or above the layer you want it attached to (depending on the look you want).
Select your eraser tool (on the left), and on the top of the screen I chose block, to get a square eraser. Now erase the part of the image would not be shown if it were actually attached. I did it both ways for you to see in this layout.
Remember, you can always select Edit>undo, or if it really goes badly, throw away the layer, and drag the clip back in and start over.

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Monday, November 10, 2008

Chipboard Frames

These will go with one of the Christmas sets I'm putting together. So each one has the frames with the tabs in different locations, and one plain and one tab. There are 4 different kinds of ties. If you mix and match, it'll probably comes out to hundreds of chooses. I didn't do the math, but you can.