I am blown away by the different techniques you used to alter the background. Great thinking! I love how your LO turned out!
this came out so cool!
Beatrice, to make these pictures that are printed as canvases on my office wall - I just made them black and white and then applied the cutout filter which is located in the artistic filters dropdown menu. And then played around with the sliders until I got the look I was looking for.
Such a beautiful page. Love the photo treatment. Not certain how you did that but your directions in the blog post for altering the papers are really clear. Hoping I'm not too intimitdated to try it :-)
Challenge - Digital Challenge - Alter Your Papers
by Janelle Miller
posted 01/18/13 at 02:05 PM
Hi there! This week I challenge you to alter at least one of the papers on your page by whatever means you would like to use.
I used layer styles to alter three of my papers - the background chevron paper and the pink honeycomb paper were both created by opening a solid pink paper and placing the gray patterned paper over it. Then with the gray paper selected I set the layer style to overlay … voila, pink papers. And then the red houndstooth paper was created similiarly, but by using the darken layer style (red lower paper with the gray houndstooth over it).
The gray damask paper was altered by simply reducing the saturation in the original pink paper.
I hope you'll play along and come back to share your pages. I can't wait to see them.
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