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Learn how to make a Double Page Spread from a single Blueprint for your project without using Mirror Image.
You have received some amazing digital art and Blueprints for attending this event. Now we want to give you a little bit more as the main part of the crop comes to a close. pixels2Pages members, here is an extra gift for you. If you are a p2P non-member looking to submit a badge page, please refer to the welcome post for direct links.
Join Kim Mannino and Mary Browder as they demonstrate some of the wonderful things that you can do with our Honey Bee and Winter Wonderland Blueprint Builder Kits.
Welcome to the pixels2Pages™ We Be Croppin' Virtual Crop. We are excited to keep all you worker bees busy being inspired and creating. This post will have all of the general information you need about the crop. Please review this post in its entirety before continuing with the crop. This should have the answers to many of your questions.
Sometimes the photos we take just aren't as good as we would like. Auto Fix helps you make your photos look better with just a few clicks. Artisan 5 offers three options in Auto Fix. Artisan 6 adds four more options. This tip will explore the four new Auto Fix Perfectly Clear® options in Artisan 6. Any of the Perfectly Clear® options in Auto Fix can be used on any of your photos (even papers and embellishments!) – the choice of preset and look of your project are totally up to you.
“A picture is worth a thousand words,” but sometimes, the photos do not tell the full story. This Bright Idea is perfect for those pages where there is a lot more to say than what meets the eye. The objective is to create a journaling space on the page that will look like a column.
This technique will help you showcase your photos with great detail using masks effects.
Who doesn’t love all the beautiful pattern papers we get in FOREVER digital art kits? Digital art kits come with the colors and patterns that complement each other. The challenge is using them with photos and keeping the images from getting mixed into the pattern paper.