I was so inspired by Jeanette Lynton’s Cricut Shape-a-Day series last month that I decided to do my own in November.  I love being a Close To My Heart consultant, and I’m so thankful for Studio J!  I want to share with you at least 30 of the reasons why I’m so passionate about Studio J, but that’s not all…I’m also giving away a free Studio J 5-pack this month! 
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Why I’m Thankful for Studio J #1—Text Boxes

I’ve talked about text boxes a lot in my tutorials, but this simple tip bears repeating, because it makes Studio J such a versatile program.  I can use text boxes to create journaling strips, ribbon clusters, change the shape of my layout, and mat photos.  I can rotate text boxes, send them behind photos and other text boxes, and layer as many as I want.  I can fill text boxes with vellum, cardstock, and patterned paper.  I can even leave my text boxes transparent so that I can place text or distressing on top of photos.  Text boxes are our friends, so watch this quick tip and then log in to Studio J to try it yourself!

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