Thursday, April 30, 2009
have fun with the kids,
Wednesday, April 29, 2009
Tuesday, April 14, 2009
Friday, April 10, 2009
Hello! Have you seen this on CM's site?
I just discovered it and they give you page ideas but then walk you through the steps! Plus CM now has embellishment freebies - torn edge to put on any paper, yeah!Thanks for all your great tuts!
Looking forward to any more questions that I can explore answering. Have a good weekend folks.
Monday, April 6, 2009
First, crediting the designer whose product I chose. Here are the links to Digitreats store with the specific paper and alpha.
Now begin with loading alphas in the elements. Place the background and then drag onto the page the letters that you want to use. I found that this "l" is special so it will wait until later. First, adjust one letter to the size you want all of them to be. (*note: the anchor letter will be the last one selected in order to make all the others line up according to the one that is finished*)
I made my "o" the size I want the letters to end up being. I also placed it in the vicinity of its permanent spot. Then selecting the "e", and shift plus "v" followed by the shift plus "o". (Holding shift when selecting a layer allows multiple layers to be selected.) After a multiple selection is made the sizing option becomes active. Select make same size.