Showing posts with tag "Button: Grid Cutter".

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Start2Finish: Family Love

Create a standout page using the Custom Cutter, Fractal Map Filter, Erase, and Paint tools.

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Start2Finish Video: I Live for LIVE!

Are you looking for a cool title page to document your travels? This compass page is just for you. This technique is not just for travel pages. Let this inspire your pages about changing course or direction in life in general.

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Challenge 160: Three to One

Using four tall and narrow photos, three of which have the Black and White filter applied to them and one of which is left in color ,makes a unique looking page. The title box ties them all together.

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Bright Idea 305: Connected Frames

A few simple steps will allow you to create a page showcasing lots of photos in a frame that seemingly connects.

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Video Tidbit: Cut Up Photo

In this video, you will use the Grid cutter and Straight edge cutter to cut a photo into varying rectangles and squares and then use Color Wash and the Rough painting Artistic filter to give some of the pieces a different look. This makes for an interesting-looking photo.

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Video Tidbit: Any City Skyline

Learn how to create a quick cityscape border, using rectangle shapes, the Grid cutter, and a few other simple tools.

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Video Tidbit: Tiny Notes

This simple technique is a fun way to use your text as a creative element on your page.

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Bright Idea 284: My Favorite Color

What is your favorite color? Use a monochromatic palette to create a page with photos of places, people, items, home spaces that feature your most favorite color.

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Start2Finish: The First Leg

In this video, you will learn how to use the Grid lines, the Grid cutter and tabs (markers) to create an agenda style layout.

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Bright Idea 281: Masked Word Art

This Bright Idea will turn any word art into a decorative photo card using the Embedded Image and Mask Effect.

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