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  1. #1
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    Default 10 pack of colored textures

    Here's a 10 pack of colored textures for your pages, the download is split into two parts. See attached preview image for contents. Enjoy!
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    Thumbs up Thanks Corey

    Looking good

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    Thumbs up Thank you very much

    I have downloaded some of the freebies, thanks. I will go 'n get a little kip (Sleep) and get back into scrapping tomorrow.

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    Wink

    Thanks Corey! And thanks PattyP for the new expression (kip - love it) - I should be getting some too, but I'm scrapbooking non-stop!!!

    Karin

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    Default A technical question...

    Hey Corey,
    Would you suggest I save these as backgrounds or paper scraps? Or can I do both?? WOW that would be cool!
    Let me know!

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    Hmmm, I'm not too sure.

    The idea behind them was that I noticed you guys like to use a lot of textures for creating shapes with edges, etc. so I thought they might be handy for doing that. But I figured I would make them at 750 X 550 so that you could also use them as page backgrounds. Decisions, decisions.
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    Lightbulb A solution!

    A solution to my own problem....(in case anyone was interested in my earlier question).... I saved these in my pattern paper scrap folder. That way, I can use them as paper scraps, but could also make the scrap big enough to cover the entire page (making it a background!!)

    And just in case anyone has tried (like me) to place a very large paper scrap on your page, and you find that you keep accidentally moving it, try "pinning" it to the page. This keeps it from movin' on ya! Just a wee tip I learned from experience!
    Marnie

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    Excellent tips.
    Scrapbook MAX! is the fun and easy digital scrapbooking software for Windows. Download a free trial version at www.scrapbookmax.com.

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    Great stuff, thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marnie View Post
    A solution to my own problem....(in case anyone was interested in my earlier question).... I saved these in my pattern paper scrap folder. That way, I can use them as paper scraps, but could also make the scrap big enough to cover the entire page (making it a background!!)

    And just in case anyone has tried (like me) to place a very large paper scrap on your page, and you find that you keep accidentally moving it, try "pinning" it to the page. This keeps it from movin' on ya! Just a wee tip I learned from experience!
    Marnie
    Pinning---explain please. I know what the the word means but what do you use to pin and where do you find what you use?

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