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No Limits Archives - Page 2 of 2 - StudioScrapping with Amy Ulen

CTMH Studio J Quick Tip #3 (Text Boxes)

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Welcome to Studio Scrapping with Amy Ulen! This quick tip video shows you how to use text boxes for matting photos and more. As always, you’ll find more information on my blog at http://studioscrapping.blogspot.com/.
I hope you will follow my blog & “Like” my Facebook page while you are there.


No Limits, Part 2

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Here’s another Quick Tip video to show you how I created the LO I posted earlier today.

I forgot to mention in the video that I’m using the Moon Doggie kit to scrapbook my Hawaii photos.


CTMH Studio J Quick Tip #2 (“No Limit” Scrapbooking)

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Welcome to Studio Scrapping with Amy Ulen! This video shows you how to take a free digital scrapbooking layered template and use it as a sketch for Studio J. After dropping my photos into the layer masks in Photoshop, I demonstrate how to turn off all other layers and save my photos and journaling strips as a PNG file for use in Studio J. I’ll show you how to use text boxes to recreate the sketch and to create a faux drop shadow…this technique is HUGE, so don’t miss it! As always, you’ll find more information on my blog at http://studioscrapping.blogspot.com/.
I hope you will follow my blog & “Like” my Facebook page while you are there.


No Limits, Part 1

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There are seriously a million things I should be doing right now…like eating breakfast…but I can’t tear myself away from Studio J!  Here is the first 1/2 of a No Limits layout I created this morning.  I used a free layered Photoshop file I downloaded from the Internet ages ago and clipped my photos to it.  I then turned off all the layers except for the photos and journaling strips.  I saved it as a PNG file (12×12 @ 300dpi) and uploaded it to Studio J.  I dropped it into the No Limits layout which defaulted to a white background.  Text boxes to the rescue!  I recreated the original Photoshop file by drawing boxes and sending them behind my photos.  I even came up with a tricky way to mimic a drop shadow behind the two paper pieces behind the photos.  I’ll make a quick tip video about it later.  Just thought I would share how awesome this No Limits “pattern” is…it really makes me happy that I can use all of CTMH’s licensed images but place my photos wherever I  want them!  Woo hoo!


CTMH Studio J Quick Tip #1 (What’s New in Studio J?)

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Welcome to Studio Scrapping with Amy Ulen! This video celebrates the launch of the Autumn/Winter 2011 Idea Book by showing you the new kits and patterns available in Studio J. As this really isn’t a tutorial, I’m calling this video a quick tip. I’ll provide more quick tips along the way to show you some fun features of Studio J without taking the time to do a full tutorial. As always, you’ll find more information on my blog at http://studioscrapping.blogspot.com/.
I hope you will follow my blog while you are there.


CTMH Studio J Quick Tip #1 (What’s New in Studio J?)

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[svp]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JnTDsNw00KQ[/svp]
Welcome to Studio Scrapping with Amy Ulen! This video celebrates the launch of the Autumn/Winter 2011 Idea Book by showing you the new kits and patterns available in Studio J. As this really isn’t a tutorial, I’m calling this video a quick tip. I’ll provide more quick tips along the way to show you some fun features of Studio J without taking the time to do a full tutorial. As always, you’ll find more information on my blog at http://studioscrapping.blogspot.com/.
I hope you will follow my blog while you are there.


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