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Thread: Using clipping masks with words

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    Quote Originally Posted by elenasworld View Post
    you are ahead of me -- I write things down on scraps of paper, envelopes, dd's drawings, and then I can never find them again -- or I find them months/years after frenzied searches. the only things I can find, are the ones on my computer
    LOL - ditto me - I keep finding files on my backup computers that I completely forgot about. I have tutorial folders - but keep finding several of them filed under different folders. now if i could just have one ehd dedicated to tutorials and tips only - that would be a dream - maybe some day. LOL.


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    OK, Liz, I made an attempt to try your tutorial using PSE 7. It worked great. I still need practice, but it was fun trying. Thanks so much for sharing your expertise with us. My Man:



  3. #23
    Thank you for your awsome work on this! Where would we newbies be without all you great gurus!!
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    I did a layout, too, using a slightly altered technique. Instead of doing your step eight, Liz, I applied a rainbow gradient across the type layer. It seemed to do pretty much the same sort of thing. Here's my LO:


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    Quote Originally Posted by donakat View Post
    I did a layout, too, using a slightly altered technique. Instead of doing your step eight, Liz, I applied a rainbow gradient across the type layer. It seemed to do pretty much the same sort of thing. Here's my LO:


    It looks great Dona. Great job.


  6. Thank you so much for sharing this info,I will be trying it out for sure xox

  7. #27
    MissLily, Hope we'll see your layout in the gallery, too!


  8. Oh most definitely,this will be the 1st place I post my layout,I am most thankful for the tutorial xox

  9. I'm going to have to try this, thanks for the great tut:)

  10. What a wonderful tutorial it is !! I like it very much.

    But I stopped at step 5....

    I don't know the way to delete some of the pixels from the clipped paper to give a grunged effect to the text .

    I'll appreciate if anyone here can help me with that.....

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