Showing posts with tag "Button: Touchup> Paint".
In this Video Tidbit, you'll learn how to cut an edge on an element using the Custom Cutter. And then, by using the Touchup Tool and the Paint technique, you'll create a burned edge. This technique would work well on a paper border or a scavenger hunt invitation!
The title divide technique is a head turner for sure. A little imagination, the wand tool and paint tools go a long way to give you stunning photo effects. This video expands on the techniques taught in Challenge 328: Title Divider. Title Divide Too shows you ways to work with text that has gaps and also allows you to fill the text and the word independently.
Every so often, you'll pick a Fancy Font/ AlphaSet that doesn't have all of the characters you need for your title. There are usually work-arounds using Artisan 5 and this video tidbit will show you how to create commas, question marks, and quotation marks using bit and pieces from other letters.
Sometimes we need a pattern to help us achieve the look we want. In this video, Anne finds a word art embellishment that will help her create a smooth text path that stretches across 2 pages for a scroll like look. She'll add a shape from an art kit and then paint the Lepidoptera (butterflies) in different colors using the Color Picker tool.
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.
Inking the edges of your photos, embellishments or papers can add a just the right finishing touch to your page. You can add fun colorful edges, or distress and age your element just a bit. The best part about it all is there is no precision required and the process is super easy.
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