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Monthly Archives: January 2014

Playing with the shadow on different layers

Oddly enough I couldn’t figure out if the closer the object was to the bottom layer the darker or lighter the shadow.  I had to get some objects (books and the like) and stack them one on the other and shine a light from the side.  That way I could verify what I read about … Continue reading »

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Shadow on a net or not?

While working on the wedding album I discovered sometimes I wanted a shadow to appear on the net and sometimes I didn’t.  The only way for me to figure it out was to try it and see.  Here are some examples… first with a shadow on the netting:   I had to play with the … Continue reading »

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Paintshop Pro X6 has me pulling my hair out

Paintshop Pro X6 has me pulling my hair out, literally. There are so many features that I love about it, and so many I truly hate. I love that we can now use Photoshop abr brushes in the PSP X6 and the enhanced raw support features. Still not to sure about the selection brushes as … Continue reading »

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A little here, a little there, where did that shadow go?

I know where my boys got their ADD from… Me – their mom.  I have a hard time staying consistent on this blog.  Why?  No clue.  I don’t want to post more on my calendar.  I really ended up not liking it much.  Soooo… how about a wedding album?  I have been using a lot … Continue reading »

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Dolphin makes a good impression on us

Dolphin makes an impression on us, as you can tell by reading what the layout says: This year, Pan’s conference was held at the Dolphin Hotel on Disney property. We left early as we are prone to do, which got us to Orlando around 1 p.m. and early for the 3 p.m. check-in. As luck … Continue reading »

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Brush those Blues Away

Brush those blues away this coming year with a new source of brushes. Pixelberrypie.com has a lot of nice corner brushes to add pizzaz to your pages. She also has a variety of other downloads that will be great additions to your work. Such as torn notebook pages and chalkboards; perfect for school layouts. License … Continue reading »

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Scripts for Everyday Scrapping

Scripts for everyday scrapping was what I found as I was scrolling through a blog hop and ran across Miggin Brown’s psp site, which offers lots of psp scripts and shapes as well as templates. I have downloaded several of the scripts (the tree above is one) and have found them very easy to work … Continue reading »

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