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Use this clever outline technique to create decorative titles and title clusters for your pages.
What do you do when the Strokes on your Text Shapes overlap giving you undesirable results? This tip will give you two techniques that will eliminate the overlap and help you achieve a nicely outlined title. These techniques are also perfect for outlining the word art embellishments in your digital art library.
Here is a fast and fun way to create a word art and photo collage for your pages.
In this Video Tidbit, you'll learn how to add different strokes to a title using Text Shapes. Varying the size, the color and the style, will add interest and pop to your digital page! Objective: How to make titles or quotes stand out on a page with the use of Stroke outlines.
This border allows you to showcase a photo and a monogram with clean design. In just minutes your page will pop and your photos will tell a story.
In this video we will show you a page completed from start to finish using the custom cutter, eraser and text shapes to make a stand out photo border.
Create a unique photo collage using a letter. The letter collage can be the first letter of a name (first or last) or title for the layout. In this Bright Idea, you will use the letter shapes, the grid cutter and the outliner tool to design a custom photo collage. Depending on the letter shape used, there might be some editing needed. Please view the video listed below, Formatting Options - Shape, for additional information.
When filling your titles with photos, the cut outs in letters (i.e. a, b, d, o, and p) may prove to be an obstacle when you are trying to position your photo. These simple steps will show you how to eliminate the cutout, but keep the detail of the letter.
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