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2011_06_06 BackgroundPaper



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© Heatheranne 2011

2011_06_06 BackgroundPaper

2011_06_06 BackgroundPaper

Made with PSE9, on a Laptop PC, with Win9

To make the background, I used a photo of rippling water, then I dupicated it. I rotated the top lay 90%, then lowered the opacity, to 50% and merged the top layer down, with ctrl+E. I chose a green from the photo and with 'Hue/Saturation, I coloured my water paper green. I then used SG_ANarrative_SSPaper_DEB_Baroque, on top and set it to overlay.

Products:
SG_ANarrative_Collection
KVE_SSStyles_TimeTraveler_6202_Platinum

Fonts:
Elegance
Coronet-SemiBold-Italic

Journaling:
Graduation
June2010
Alicia and Kat



    Gorgeous background, Heatheranne! Gosh, you applied alot of techniques to get that lovely background. Love your very filigree frame around that pretty photo! Very nice layout. Fun challenge, huh?
    This is really lovely, Heatheranne! Great job with the challenge! Great bg which complements and enhances your LO. Great photo of two pretty girls. I like the sunlight streaming behind them. Beautiful frame, too!
    Beautiful paper, Heather!! I love the look of this and your detailed explanation. It sure made a wonderful bg for this lovely layout! Thanks for joining in this challenge!!
    Love it and a great background for your photo!
    Really lovely background you made and I love how your beautiful photo goes so well with it.
    I also really like the pretty framing (& gorgeous girls!)
    Very pretty background AND layout! Thanks for sharing your method, too!
    I like the idea of rotating, that would give some really interesting effects, must remember that. Lovely work Heatheranne.
    Very pretty background and frame, but what a beautiful photo. I love the light that is shining through in the photo. Lovely background.
    Beautiful. Love that background and all that you did to get this beautiful background. Love the photo and frame. Just beautiful.
    What a cool background paper you made! It's lovely -- and looks great with your photo. Fantastic job!