Friday, November 24, 2006

Six Unique Calendar Looks Plus Custom Shortcuts

I hope those in the United States had a great Thanksgiving. Today's post is later than usual because I was without cable all day, it just got restored! I'm so grateful I'm back online. :)

Today: Six fantastic ideas for calendars including an advent calendar. Today's newsletter will go out either tonight or tomorrow, and you'll get two more calendar ideas from me!

Today's tip for keyboard shortcuts is how to make your own custom shortcuts!
Custom Shortcuts for Photoshop CS
Customize Paint Shop Pro
Defining Shortcuts for Photoshop

Featured Scrapper: Nisha Morton
Credits: Calender templates by Heather Ann Melzer everything else from from Tracy Ann Robinson's Color Play from SBB

Featured Scrapper: Lie Fhung
Ztampf! CraftyCalendar 2007 Kit - New Edition

Featured Scrapper: Sheila PennerProject posted with designer's permission
the picture goes over the center yellow 5x5 square on the top canvas(it has clear photo corners)and the calendar pages are computer generated and 6x6 to make a mini album after

Featured Scrapper: Greetje van Raalten

Project posted with designer's permission.
According to Greetje: I made this for the new year. This is made with the new papers of Rusty Pickle. I like to make things old so you can see. The papers are colored with Distress Ink of Ranger. MM paint

Featured Scrapper: Sandrine Van Katwijk

Project posted with designer's permission.

Featured Scrapper: Suzanne Brooksbank

Project posted with designer's permission.
According to Suzanne: This is an advent calendar bought at Starbucks. I used paper from the "Rockland" collection from Scenic Route along with number stamps from Paper Salon and some die cut shapes from Quickutz to embellish it. I couldn't embellish it too much because the fronts of the drawers needed to be flat because the drawers are meant to be turned around each day so that by the 25th there's a winter scene on the tree

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