Showing posts with tag "Level: Basic".

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Pixie Power Minute: Pop Out Cluster Background

Want a quick and easy way to use lots of embellishments without it being overbearing on your page? This is a great way to show off digital art and your photos with no competition.

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Artisan Tip: Outlining Overlapping Strokes

What do you do when the Strokes on your Text Shapes overlap giving you undesirable results? This tip will give you two techniques that will eliminate the overlap and help you achieve a nicely outlined title. These techniques are also perfect for outlining the word art embellishments in your digital art library.

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Artisan Tip: 12x12 Papers to SLF Basics

A question that we see often is "can you use the 12x12 papers from your content library in your Seamless Layflat projects?" With the launch of the Seamless Layflat product line, this may be confusing. You are seeing lots of gorgeous papers designed in 24x12 size to perfectly fit across Seamless Layflat papers and think that these are necessary for your Seamless Layflat projects.

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Artisan Tip: The ABCs of Tagging

This tip is primarily for those who are new to tagging content, although even expert taggers may glean an idea or two. If you're just considering tagging, it can seem like quite a daunting project, especially if you have lots of content! I'm not gonna lie to you - it is a big project, but it's one that is easily broken down into small steps that can be completed over time, and the payoff is great!

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Artisan Tip: Inside (Inner) Shadow

When you create digital masterpieces such as scrapbook pages, canvases and panels, no matter how many layers you add to your project, your finished project will be one layer flat to the touch. Digital scrapbooking is all about illusion. While we cannot recreate the feel of a traditional page/project, we can recreate the look. Artisan gives us the tools we need.

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Artisan Tip: Manual Rearrange

Did you know that you can manually re-arrange your photos within your Artisan project? If you are familiar with the Album Planner in Historian, you know the flexibility of being able to arrange your photos in any order you want. Historian is great to use on larger scale when you are arranging photos to create an entire project. Having the flexibility to organize your photos in Artisan is a great option if you do not have Historian and are working on a project in small sections.

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Bright Idea 166: Star Rating

This Bright Idea will show you how to use a shape to create a rating list. The list can be activities, books that you have read, food that you have sampled or any thing that you want to rate. By changing the fill of the shape to transparent, you can reduce a rating on your list.

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