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    Hello everyone!

    So now we will start the Step no. 2...

    Step no. 2

    This step includes 2 parts.

    Part no. 1

    First you'll have to find the "tips" of my page... but I'm going to help you a little :-) Well, I wanted to explain you the tips but I have a problem of time... and I think if you're looking for it you'll have some fun. So let's go!!!!!!!!

    Here is my page.

    Baking Memories


    Indication no.1: Please look at the foreground paper (the one with the shape).

    Indication no.2: The original paper has NO pattern... only a texture.

    So now I let you find how I have create this paper within Scrapbook MAX!...

    Indication no.3: If you follow my challenges (Oh! I do hope :-) I have already explained you something similar in the past...

    Please try to be accurate... :-)

    Wench has immediately noticed the tips... so please Wench lets the other persons think about and after you could help them to explain the tips.

    On Saturday I'll give you more details about my tips if needed, as well as my settings.

    Part no. 2

    Within monday I'll give you the details... you'll have to create a layout in using this tips... but first find and explain the tips... and then I'll give you the instructions for the final part.

    Thank you!!!!! and HAVE FUN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Sandrine

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    so are we to go ahead and create the background paper or wait until Monday for further instructions?

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    Letha, You should wait :-) But before please explain the tips :-)

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    use a paper and embellishments to create a background by using the transparency tool to lighten the embelishment on the paper, therfore creating another background paper...just like we learned in January with the words on the background

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    I let the other persons to say if they agree with you :-)

    Any idea of the transparency setting?

    :-)

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    I hope this is what you are looking for Sandrine. It looks like you added a shape first to the plain textured paper, then you used that paper shape to create a new paper by adding embellishments. You used the transparency tool on the embellishments at approximately 50% - 60% to blend them into the background to create a new paper.


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    I see that you are very good "students" :-)
    That's very accurate.
    The transparency is almost that :-)
    ...75!

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    I agree fonzzy

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    It's lovely Fonzzy!

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