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Tina started a great challenge in the forum to create a "manly" Valentines Day card! Yep, we all need to do something for the men in our lives, so why not all get together, create cards, share, and inspire each other?
I love the idea!
You can find the challenge in the forum here.
Here is my card for hubby! Shhh...don't let him know it is here. We wouldn't want to spoil the fun!
I asked him what he thought was "manly man" and we had quiet an interesting discussion (between the sexes) of our view of what was manly. We ended up settling together on his work clothes (because he feels so manly when he works so hard). So, I took a bunch of photos of his clothes and boots. I may share more later as I have time to get them fixed up for you. There is one freebie paper for you that I used in my card in the download.
So, I had to make a card template before I could make the card too! I am going to share that with you in the download below also. I actually have several more card templates I am working on to come out in the next few days.
Have I always said that digi-scrapping is so much fun because we always have things to learn? Here's what I learned today. I played with my new CS4 to learn the guides and realized that when I brought them into PSE, you could see them! Whooo hoooo! Now I have yet another way to give back to the world for winning CS4 from Pioneer Woman.
When you use the template, you will see the guides so as to know where to place your stuff within the guides, but they will not appear when you save as a .jpg. Isn't that cool?
You cannot move them, but you can turn them off. Under the View drop down menu, uncheck the "guide presets" to turn them off.