Showing posts with tag "Button: Straight> Straight Edge Cutter".

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Start2Finish: Dubrovnik

Making a collage of photos from a trip is a wonderful way to highlight a city or country or many countries visited. This technique could be used as a chapter starter or as a cover.

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Start2Finish: Zahara The Magnificent

In Start2Finish Videos, you enter the desktop of a p2P team member and watch them build a page from beginning to end. In this video, Nathalie creates a double page spread in which the focal point is one stunning travel photo.

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Pixie Power Minute: Folded Borders

The grid cutter and some clever copy and paste work will create a pretty cool border detail.  You can make it as large or small as you'd like.  it is sure to be a hit.

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Video Tidbit: Nip and Tuck

Use shapes, lines and the straight edge cutter to create the illusion that elements on your pages are tucked into slits of paper.

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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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Bright Idea 196: Pinched Pleat and Photo Cluster

Using the Straight Edge Cutter you can create a stunning backdrop for your pages.  Simple angle adjustments creates a pinched design perfect for showcasing your favorite patterned papers. Cluster your photos on the decorative detail or put one stunning photo across the beautiful backdrop.

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Start2Finish: Fire In The Hole

Do you want to add some "heat" to your layout? This Start2Finish (S2F) was inspired by Lisa Ingleton, a member of the Pixie Power Committee. The title of my page is made up of 3 separate elements - 1 fancy font and 2 text boxes. With the creative tools (blend cut, temperature, glow) in Artisan, I am able to add "heat" to my title. This S2F features the blend cutter, color temperature, glow, strokes, fancy fonts and masks.

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Bright Idea 175: A Stitch In Time

In this Bright Idea, you’ll be creating different shapes, adding a stroke that looks like stitching to make each shape pop off the page!

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