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The book I would have written

  • . . . were I not too lazy to write a book. Seriously, you should read this if you want to learn about digi-scrapping.

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This info is great, I've been struggling with photoshop for months so I'm now going to PLAY!!!! Thank you very much for sharing.

I loved your blog, very useful, I’m a newbie at digi scraping, but I’ve always worked with web design. I have a tip for you, or for whoever finds this information useful. The wrapped text tool (the T with an arrow underneath icon) is a cool tool once you figure it out. It’s quite easy to use, but not something you’d like to use for journaling, just for titles. You need to highlight the text, then click on the icon, in the option style you can chose the shape of your title. You can make it shaped like an arc, flag or even like fish. And then with the options Bend, horizontal and vertical distortion you can change the intensity of the shape. It’s a cool tool!

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