Showing posts with tag "Topic: Layouts".

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Tip: Adding A Signature

Create a personal touch on your page or project by adding a handwritten signature as a shape.

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Bright Idea 326: Hearts Background

Use a heart shape to create a cute background. Perfect for Valentine's Day or any other page you want to show love.

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Bright Idea 325: ONE

Highlight one fun and special photo using "ONE" as the main description! Editing shapes will become a fun new skill!

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Start2Finish: Game Day

Have fun highlighting the people in your life to create a fun collage focused on a memorable event in your life!

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Bright Idea 322: Layered Shape Reveal

Use a single shape type and the wand tool to create border layers. With the borders layered together you can tuck photos and embellishments between the layers.

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Tip: Types of Photos To Take

Having a variety of photos to work with when adding them to a layout will create visually engaging designs. This is just a general list of suggested ways to take a photo. There are many other composition strategies. This tip will help you get started with taking a great mixture of photos.

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Bright Idea 319: Shifted Papers

Create an easy and elegant background for your favorite photos using the straight cutter and shadows to create depth.

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Start2Finish: Family Love

Create a standout page using the Custom Cutter, Fractal Map Filter, Erase, and Paint tools.

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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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Tool Tip: Metallic Color Wash

Use the Color Wash functionality to change content that has a gradient lighting effect (e.g. shiny/aluminum) to a bright metallic color.

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Challenge 189: Blend It

This challenge features creating a quick and easy background using two papers and the blend cutter. Add a single mat layer or multiple mat layers to the main photo for some extra depth. Finish off the page with journaling and embellishments for a beautiful layout.

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Challenge 160: Three to One

Using four tall and narrow photos, three of which have the Black and White filter applied to them and one of which is left in color ,makes a unique looking page. The title box ties them all together.

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Bright Idea 311: Palettized Collage

Let your photos be all you need for this page design. Shapes and the Palettize filter come together for a fresh and clean look.

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