UMM, UMM, GOOD
Tags: baking, cooking, cupcakes, boy, girl, fun, kitchen, sharing, smiles, yummy, rabidfox
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My children like to help out in the kitchen, so last week we made some cupcakes. Everyone helped mix, fill the tray, lick the bowl & put icing/sprinkles on their cupcakes. "Cooking up some Love" quick pages can be found on Digital Freebies (minor adjustments were made). The text on page 3 was created in Adobe Illustrator. I 1st drew a line with the pen tool & then used the type along a path tool to have the words follow the contour.
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|annirana, at 12:03PM on Wednesday November 12, 2008|
Children really do have fond memories of baking and being in the kitchen. I have adobe ps4 (which I know nothing about) does it have that "adobe illustrator" in there? Can I learn to do that with what I've got? I love that effect!
|Jesse77, at 02:10PM on Wednesday November 12, 2008|
I love these,greay memories and perfect kit! i have PSE6 and know hardly anything about it I was Wondering the same as Andrea.
|audosborne, at 02:23PM on Wednesday November 12, 2008|
Beautiful pages!!!! I love them!!! Question: did the elements come with the quick pages? and where did you get the frames on page 3?
|RABIDFOX, at 04:34PM on Wednesday November 12, 2008|
Hello ladies. Thanks for the nice comments. The pages that I have submitted here came with most of the frames & embellishments already on them. I needed to add a photobox or 2 since I don't scrap 12x12, but other than that I did little to the pages (which makes me feel like a cheater, but I really like how they look).In regardes to PS... If you have the Adobe BUNDLE, then you most likely have Adobe Illustrator (plus Indesign & a few others). If your copy only says Photoshop, then it's only the photo manipulating program. PS is neat. If you check back in to the page that was submitted with the sailboat, I talk about changing the appearance of your embellishments. You can also make your own embellishments, frames or fix up a ripped or poorly taken photo. Illustrator is good for manipulating text or creating illustrations. If you have a specific question, feel free to email me: firstname.lastname@example.org. ~ Rachel
|BeachScraper, at 07:37PM on Wednesday November 12, 2008|
These are absolutely beautiful and so much fun, so much personality in every photo. Great Lo's, even if there was a little help. It's like make-up in the mornings, sometimes we need a little help. :-)