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Archive for 2015

O My Stars – July 27 Taste of Summer

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When we think of summer, we think of the beach or road trips or camping or family reunions or outdoorsy activities but we can’t forget one integral part of summer – THE FOOD! I love all the fresh, seasonal foods as well as the tasty regional treats we discover during our travels. So, this week…

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Antidote in Action

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Every month, we take the time to show you one of the awesome Oscraps kits in action. This month, I am excited to be showing you Antidote, this month’s Oscraps collab, in action. I have several layouts from the Cheery-Os to show you exactly how they used AntidOte on their pages. They really show off…

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O My Stars: June 8 – Let’s Play!

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Hi all! Sandra here with our latest edition of O My Stars!  I always love the gallery here at the O.  There is so much creativity and variety in the layouts that I am constantly being inspired.  It’s getting close to the end of school here and my kids will soon be out for the…

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O My Stars: June 1 Hello Summer!

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Yay! It’s a new month and time for another look at all the gorgeousness in the Oscraps gallery! For those of you in the western hemisphere, it’s the start of summer so the kids are out of school and you’re looking forward to vacations and longer sunny days. Judging by your layouts, some of you…

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PHOTO EDITING: Making your photo POP

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If your photo taking skills are equal to mine you sometimes need help making a photo look a bit better.  One of the things I use to make my photos pop is a combination of curve adjustments and the gradient map adjustment filter.  Curves adjustment can be used to lighten or darken a photo or…

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Filling a Font with Personality

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Calling all fontaholics out there (and I know there are a LOT of you out there)! Tropt here to share a fun way to get more out of those bazillion of  fonts on your hard drive. I’ve been taking a fabulous Art  of Journaling class by our own Amanda Taylor of TaylorMade Designs and it’s…

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Where do I start? A beginner’s guide to Digi!

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Hi! Minideb here with an amazing tutorial for those who are just discovering digi! I made a short video recording that’s going to be super helpful to get you started. One of my fellow Cheeryo’s (Veer) has given me one of her pages to lift so I’m going to walk you through the process and…

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Happy 9th Birthday Oscraps

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Have you heard? Oscraps is ready to begin celebrating it’s 9th birthday! The celebration starts March 21st and runs through March 29th. The celebration includes, chats, challenges, games and awesome sales. Head on over to the forums to see everything that is going on. In fact, the avatar challenge has already started. There are so…

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Line Sketch Effect

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TrishD asked how I achieved the look in my new avatar, so this is for her and whomever else wants to try this out. 1. Choose the photo you want to work with.  For this tutorial I choose the photo I used for my avatar. Start by duplicating the photo twice by pressing Ctrl-J two…

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Font Doc Returns! – Subway Art

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Hi everyone!  It’s been awhile since I’ve posted thanks to some crazy classes I am taking.  But I’m back for a little bit and wanted to talk with you about something that is popular right now that relies a lot on working with fonts – Subway Art! For Christmas, I got the chance to make…

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