Thanks for this. It is my next playtime project and was mentally working it out.
thanks a lot!
Thank you for demystifying this... turns out, it's much easier than I'd thought!
Thank you for sharing your knowledge with us!
Great tips. Thank you for sharing!
I downloaded a few paper templates, but wasn't sure what I would do with a brad template. Now I see the versatility. I think it would be cool to have the kids draw something, scan it and add it to a brad. It could be a focal point of a page.
Thank you so much !
your tuts are very simple and easy to read ... very cool .... I like to use a transparent plastic layer and add a small photo underneath .... for instance a vintage valentine etc
Thanks for the tip!
Awesome! Thanks for sharing!
I love all of these
Thanks! This tip will come in handy!
Thanks so much for the help! I want to make a bunch of these for my personal collection! (-:
I have a brad addiction so thanks for the tutorial!
Thanks Marisa! I love to use layer styles on mine sometimes (esp glitter)!
Thank you for this tutorial!
I hadn't realized that customizing a brad template was so easy!! Thanks so much for the tut!!!
This will be quite helpful! Thank you, Marisa!
I can't seem to locate how to the brad tutorial that explains how to clip on a paper. I thought this thread had the tutorial but I keep getting the options/ideas you can do with a brad template. Also I attempted to do a clipping mask with the brad template and I'm not getting anywhere. Could you direct me to the tutorial thread? I think it had a video but I'm not sure, but I have visited it before. LOL!
Thanks so much for your help and sharing your designs.
I think this is the only tutorial on using a brad. But I have a tutorial here about using clipping masks, which you may find helpful.
Okay, thanks Marisa.
Thanks! That seems so much easier than I thought... can't wait to try it out!
Thanks, Marisa. I didn't think it's so simple.
Cool ideas, but how do you "clip on a paper" ?
@Tautchia: You can find that tutorial here.
Fabulous! Thank you
thank you so much.
Very usefull tip. But how can I make my own Brad templete