I LOVE DIGITAL SCRAPBOOKING BECAUSE??? duh IT’S ON THE COMPUTER. BUT SOMETIMES I JUST GOTTA GET OUT MY PAPER AND GLUE. i FOUND SOME GOOD PUNCH ART WEB SITES. http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Prairie/9029 and http://www.scrappershaven.com/creativersity
They both have cool ideas for stuff to do with punches. Since I just bought a Kwickuts personnal die cutter, I have to put the shape dies to some use. I figure if you can use the ideas for punches, you can use the die cutters too.
Family faces are magic mirrors. Looking at people who belong to us, we see the past, present and future. We make discoveries about ourselves.
— Author:Gail Lumet Buckley, writer
That which is beautiful is not always good, but that which is good is always beautiful
QUOTATION: A family with an old person has a living treasure of gold.
ATTRIBUTION: Chinese proverb.
“If you can’t make it better, at least you can laugh at it.” Erma Bombeck
Irish Diplomacy: The ability to tell a man to go to hell, where he looks forward to the trip
As promised, I am passing on some useful information. I have just learned via Video Professor, that if you are trying to put two photos together that are not the same size, there is a short cut to resizing them in proportion.
You don’t have to grab the little arrows around the photo and try to drag the photo to the shape you want or use the crop tool to make the larger photo smaller.
You can go up to the top of your screen and click on EDIT and then from the flyout submenu click on SCALE. You wull get a window with a tool bar that has height and width options in it. Click on te chain icon between height and width and it will lock the proportions. Then you can resize the larger photo down by percentages which will work better than trying to make the small photo larger and getting a distorted blurry photo.