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Posted 11/28/2012 by Janelle Miller in Digital Scrapbooking
 

Janelle Miller

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Posted: 11/28/2012 8:02:38 PM
Digital CT Member has shared the secret to creating beautiful images like this - she has shared it on the digital blog this week.

What will you make now that you can make these too?


-- Janelle



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Posted: 11/29/2012 11:19:05 AM
This tutorial is INCREDIBLE.


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Posted: 11/29/2012 3:03:00 PM
Can't wait to check this out...looks awesome!


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Posted: 11/30/2012 10:28:34 AM
I'm looking forward to trying this when my new software arrives next week. Beautiful sample --- intimidating, but inspiring

On a side note Janelle -- can you explain how to imbed the actual picture of something in a forum post, as you did at the start of this thread ? I have used the url command to put a link in a post but haven't successfully inserted the actual picture. I know there's an img peacode but the last time I tried that I must have done something wrong, I just got the code in the post, not a picture.

Janelle Miller

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Posted: 11/30/2012 1:16:29 PM
Good Question "Too Many Crayons" It is super simple - when you are posting a reply on a forum thread at the bottom there is a box that reads - INSERT PEACODE. Click on the Image button and a pop up will appear for a url. You paste the url in and that is it. If it is located here on two peas in the gallery just right click on the opened layout and select copy image location and past that in as a url. If it is not on site you have to use photo bucket or something as a place to bring the image from. That is a really long answer for something that is so easy. Does it make sense?


-- Janelle



Janelle Miller

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Posted: 11/30/2012 1:21:39 PM
If you try this technique - you should come back and link us all up. I'm going to try it this weekend - I'm scared, I want it to look like Katherine's but know that first tries are generally pretty rough. I'm excited though.


-- Janelle



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Posted: 12/2/2012 8:02:39 AM
I have a question!

I already tried the tutorial here

Is there a way to put a background paper under our image?
I tried, but the gradient layer applied also to the paper (and that's not what I wanted).
I tried merging the gradient layer with the stamps layers but it didn't work properly..the gradient was applied to ALL the page and not only to the stamps.

Basically, what I want to do is just add a background paper UNDER the image,for example a kraft paper.

I know I miss something, it should be easy
thanks!


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Posted: 12/4/2012 1:10:34 PM
I will try with the PNG thing let you know if it works as I intend


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