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NWR Digi Course – Lesson 2

Posted by Jeannette on 23 June 2008

Here’s the result of my second class. I can’t believe how easy it can be when you know what you’re doing. I’ve only just discovered that there is an easy way to crop and resize photo’s. I’ve had the same results (eventually) but it’s taken ages and lots of steps to get that result. Just goes to show it’s well worth taking the lessons!
The layout is all about the Game that was played on the Saturday night at the Create and Craft Hilton Experience 2008. It was the Crafty Version of Family Fortunes and it was a blast. Heaven only knows what they are going to do next year.


What I learnt this week:

  • Created a grungy-edged focal photo
  • Cleaned up colour casts on photos
  • Practice hotkeys for opening, creating, and closing documents, and creating new layers
  • Used a four-square template to create a circular photo block.
  • Created reversed-out journaling strips.
  • Darkened paper edges.
  • Re-coloured and blended an overlay.

And last but not least How to Crop properly (This wasn’t part of the course outline by the way).

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3 Responses to “NWR Digi Course – Lesson 2”

  1. Becky said

    Hi Jeannette! What a great LO! I do admire people who can digi-scrapbook! Maybe I should have a go myself (looks really complicated to me though!) Love the pictures, I love C&C too! Hope you had a good time! Glad my link to the Elzybells shop was useful!
    Love Becky xx

  2. Anne said

    Brilliant Jeannette great to see your coming along leaps and bounds with ur digi scrapping

  3. Wendy said

    love this page Jeannette

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