Showing posts with tag "Category: Video Tidbit".

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Video Tidbit: Wand and Texture

Use the Wand Tool to select specific areas of an element and apply textures to that element. You can do this without cutting or copying your element.

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Video Tidbit: Cute Clouds

With just two shapes (a rectangle and a circle), I will show you how to make some cute clouds to use as embellishments on your page.

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Video Tidbit: Scattered Word Art

Looking for a fun way to incorporate word art on your page? Learn to use word art as a stroke and have fun making a unique design on your page.

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Video Tidbit: Neon Lights

This video will demonstrate how to create glowing neon titles for your page.

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Video Tidbit: Cut Up Photo

In this video, you will use the Grid cutter and Straight edge cutter to cut a photo into varying rectangles and squares and then use Color Wash and the Rough painting Artistic filter to give some of the pieces a different look. This makes for an interesting-looking photo.

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Video Tidbit: Stretched Shadows

Using custom shapes, create the look of long or stretched shadows. The video uses text as the starting point, but Text Shapes and wordart could also be used.

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Video Tidbit: On the Shelf

This Video Tidbit is inspired by a blog written by Anne Lineberger on July 13, 2013, and her coordinating sample page (see blog below). In this video, you will edit shapes and use the 3D Edge filter to create shelves for your photos, coordinating embellishments, and even word art.

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Video Tidbit: Tabbed Strips

This Video Tidbit is inspired by a blog written by Anne Lineberger on April 9, 2013, and her coordinating sample page (see blog below). In this video, you will edit shapes to create tabbed strips for your photos, journaling and short captions. We will use Grid Lines to help with alignment and spacing.

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Video Tidbit: Filter Photo Correction

Sometimes there are distracting elements in an otherwise good photo. Filters, including Angled Spray, Oil Painting, Vibrations, and Rippled Glass are one way to deal with those elements.

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Video Tidbit: Any City Skyline

Learn how to create a quick cityscape border, using rectangle shapes, the Grid cutter, and a few other simple tools.

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Video Tidbit: Tiny Notes

This simple technique is a fun way to use your text as a creative element on your page.

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Video Tidbit: Strokes or Mats

Explore the differences between selecting a stroke or a mat when adding a basic frame to a picture.

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