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Bright Idea 260: 3 Photo Backdrop Frame

In this Bright Idea, advanced Artisan users will learn how to create a decorative backdrop frame for a double page spread layout using 3 photos, shapes, cutters and strokes.

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Bright Idea 205: Double Frames

If you’re looking for a fun and easy way to make one photo the focus of your page, then look no further.

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Video Tidbit: Photos and Stacked Frames

I love pre-built stacked (or layered) frames. You can’t always just add photo holders to the page and have them fill the frames correctly. The photo holder shape needs to be modified. In this video I’ll show you how to modify your photo holders (edit their shape) to fill the frames just right.

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Start2Finish: Baltic Cities Itinerary

Filling this DPS (Double Page Spread) Blueprint is quick and easy. Add your itinerary to this Blueprint and you’re off to a quick start completing your travel book.

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Bright Idea 185: Only One

Here’s a fun idea in which you use only one each of background paper, photo, title, journal box overlay and embellishment.

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Bright Idea 181: Fabulous Threes

Ever heard that saying “Three time’s a charm”? Well it won’t take three times to do this fun Bright Idea, Fabulous Three, using the insert ribbon and arrange tools!

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Video Tidbit: Overlays - Changing the Aspect Ratio

Overlays are a great way to add texture to a layout or sometimes just “edge or outline” the layout. If I have finished a layout and I feel like it just “needs a little something” usually an overlay with an edge will complete the page. Most overlays are square. So, if you are working in a landscape project, you will want to change the aspect ratio. I am going to show you two different ways to change the ratio of a square overlay to a rectangle.

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Bright Idea 165: It Takes Two Shapes

This Bright Idea is a fun quick page design. Using two decorative shapes as the main design elements will make your page stand out!

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Bright Idea 138: Zoom In

This is a fun Bright Idea that will show off the details of an event. The details could be on a wedding dress, flowers in a garden, prom night, or special items. For this layout, you will use a photo that depicts the whole story. Then, with two-four close up photos, you will tell the story of the background photo.

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Start2Finish: Cayo Costa

In this Start2Finish video, you'll watch Anne creating a page from a trip to the beach. The cutting tools will be used to create a stamp-like edge to a photograph which is then used as a full size photo on the page and also reduced to use as a stamp for journaling.

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Bright Idea 123: Cluster Formula 5 - Hanging Elements

Create a fun and quick page using Cluster Formula 5 - Hanging Elements.  This cluster is simple to put together and will make your page an instant favorite! With the use of a hanging embellishment layered with flowers and vines, you will be an expert at putting a cluster together.

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Bright Idea 103: Photo Split

Here’s an easy way to hide unwanted people and objects that are in your photo technically making the photo appear to be split in two!

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Bright Idea 101: Torn Layers

Layer upon layer is always a fun look. Practice using this cutter and you’ll be ripping right along!

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