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In this third tip of the series, you will use a variety of tools to extract ready made clusters!
The inspiration for this page was the beautiful photos my daughter took of my husband and me on our 30th wedding anniversary this year. The photos were taken in Monterey at Lover’s Point. I knew I wanted a “dreamy” kind of page and that it would involve masks. I found the Les Trois Sauvages Bundle by Little Feet Digital Designs the perfect kit. It had masks and beautiful blues and golds to build my page.
When trying to extract detail from a photo or paper, the Erase tool will prove to be essential. It becomes particularly essential when you have detail that cannot be easily extracted using the Wand Tool. The Erase tool is also a useful tool to use to clean up jagged areas from a custom cut.
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.
What seems so small will have huge impact as you apply the techniques shown in the video to a variety of elements on your pages. Think about tucking your title behind a panorama, or a number behind the birthday girl. This simple technique can create great impact.
The inspiration for this page came when my daughter's and my high school graduation photos were hung next to each other. I had never thought about how much we looked alike. Sometimes page inspiration comes from a technique or digital content, but in this case, the photos came first.
Have you ever been frustrated with trying to erase a portion of an element in connection to another element? With Artisan 5 this editing feature has been made so easy. Now, you can see the relationship of items while editing them on screen. This video will shows just how easy it is to use the Erase tool.