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Thursday Challenge 1/3/2013

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Happy first Thursday of 2013 y'all!

 

Today's challenge is to use a Scrap Simple paper template on your layout. That's doable, right??

 

Remember to post you layout in the General Message Board Challenges and post a link back in this thread.

 

Happy Scrapping!

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I would like to think so... but let's see how it turns out first...lol! Off to try and get started... :-)

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Hmmmm . . . Don't know if I can. Do they work with GIMP does anyone know? I know styles don't.

 

I use GIMP and have no problem using SS paper templates. You don't load them like styles. They work more like an overlay or textured paper. You can change the opacity and mode just like any other piece of paper. You can recolor them, or use them as a template to "cut" out pieces of other papers. They are fun to use and can add a little pizzazz to your pages. Does that help?

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Hmmmm . . . Don't know if I can. Do they work with GIMP does anyone know? I know styles don't.

 

I use GIMP and have no problem using SS paper templates. You don't load them like styles. They work more like an overlay or textured paper. You can change the opacity and mode just like any other piece of paper. You can recolor them, or use them as a template to "cut" out pieces of other papers. They are fun to use and can add a little pizzazz to your pages. Does that help?

Thank you Sue! Laurie, did that help? Post back and let us know if not!

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I love scrap simple paper templates!

Me too! And I have A LOT of them...but I don't always think to use them!!!

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Hmmmm . . . Don't know if I can. Do they work with GIMP does anyone know? I know styles don't.

 

I use GIMP and have no problem using SS paper templates. You don't load them like styles. They work more like an overlay or textured paper. You can change the opacity and mode just like any other piece of paper. You can recolor them, or use them as a template to "cut" out pieces of other papers. They are fun to use and can add a little pizzazz to your pages. Does that help?

 

 

Thanks! As soon as I can reclaim my computer from my DGD I will give it a whirl. :)

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