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Tool Tip: New Canvas

This tool is not one that people often think to use, but can open up lots of flexibility on your pages.

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Bright Idea 231: Easter Eggs

Just like you use your creativity to dye Easter eggs, you can use your creativity to create digital Easter eggs to decorate your pages.

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Video Tidbit: Coloring Overlays

Overlays are a lot of fun to use. Try this fun technique using the Wand Tool to color parts of your transparent overlays.

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Start2Finish: Grandeur

Are you looking for an elegant way to celebrate your memories?  In this Start2Finish Video we will experiment with shadows, overlays and straight edge cutters to create a page you will love.

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Pixie Power Minute: Vellum Borders

This quick and easy technique will have you adding elegant border detail to your pages.  All you need is your favorite overlay to create this vellum border.

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Video Tidbit: Overlays - Changing the Aspect Ratio

Overlays are a great way to add texture to a layout or sometimes just “edge or outline” the layout. If I have finished a layout and I feel like it just “needs a little something” usually an overlay with an edge will complete the page. Most overlays are square. So, if you are working in a landscape project, you will want to change the aspect ratio. I am going to show you two different ways to change the ratio of a square overlay to a rectangle.

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Video Tidbit: Fundamentals of Overlays

Digital Scrapbooking Overlays are comparable to traditional transparencies. Part of the image is transparent, allowing elements beneath it on a layout to show through. Overlays are usually designed as a border or vellum type of layer on the layout.

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Bright Idea 124: Flip Flop Overlays

You will have fun creating your own overlays using your favorite patterned papers. Create detailed backgrounds for your pages and fill with your favorite lightly textured solid papers.  The Rubber stamp, Threshold filter and Straight edge cutter together will create this truly unique look.

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Bright Idea 102: White on White

This technique is great for creating monochromatic pages that allow the color in your photos to POP! Create your own overlays or use existing overlays to create this look. The rubber stamp and shadows really come together to help you create a WOW page.

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Video Tidbit: Mix and Match Embellishments

After watching this video, you will be able to use several techniques to match up papers and embellishments in your personal digital content library.

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Video Tidbit: Extend Your Overlays

Have you ever used an edge overlay on a page only to have most of the edge cut off in the trimming? In this video, Alison shares some ways to extend your overlays so that more of the overlay shows on the printed page.

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