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Yeah!!! Linda, I remember the Big Hair 80's!!!! Great LO!!!! Flashbacks hugh??? My Kids just Love to look at my Year Books and Laugh at Our 80 hair styles!!! I Have always told them just wait it will be back!!!!
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Linda, awesome photo and layout...I remember those days too....I had the big hair all over...The poofy look on top and my sides were like wings...LOL....I should find my graduation photo...too funny....they used to call me Gremlin back in those days...LOL...
Looks great Linda!
i am using sbm 2 and i was just wondering how to re-colour and add different papers (background patterns) to the different shapes..i hope this makes sense. thanks
Welcome to my challenge....What you are asking is fairly easy....<wink> and I will try to explain this the best way I can...
I loaded in some of the shapes wrong, so it doesn't work on all of them....
But for the papers, you double click on them, when the box appears, you click change picture, and this is where you would find a patterned paper to put there...Now in some cases, I didn't make the shapes as a shape, so if you do this, you might just get a paper square...(This was my first template theough SBM...lol) Some of them you might have to just change color....Whic you doublle click and then click the advanced tab and play with the slider bars for that...
The embelllishments, (since again I pulled them in wrong...) can be used as a sketch to put an embellisment of your own...delete them as you add your own...
Now you could do what some of the other girls did....click (highlight) the shape, save it as a .png, and bring it back in as a shape...Then you can add papers and change the colors...Hope this helps you some....<wink>
thanks. i saved them as png and im gonna bring them back in as shapes. always love learning new things and ways of doing things in sbm. thanks again