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  • #31
    I'm loving this eraser! This picture of Gracie yawning made me smile, its such hard work being one week old.



    Blessings - FS xx
    Courage doesn't always roar. Sometimes courage is the little voice at the end of the day that says I will try again tomorrow.

    I walk on a rainbow trail
    I walk on a trail of song
    And all around me is beauty ~ Navajo Song

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    • #32
      Done another.
      http://www.scrapbookmax.com/gallery/...dextracti.html

      Kit: Candy Pink by Carena's Designs
      In store now here
      http://www.scrapbookmax.com/digital-...28Kit%29.html#

      Pink paper I used a shape from the Calendar Set by Carena's Designs here;
      http://www.scrapbookmax.com/digital-...%28Kit%29.html

      Done this with Scrapbook Max version 2 - using erasor tool.
      To get the image within the frame and out of bounds, I first placed within the frame and then don't move it. Then copy and paste exactly on the top - and then extracted the petals on the right side and placed above the frame. HOpe this makes sense and inspires.

      Kind wishes from Carena
      Scrapbook Max Digital Designer
      Visit me in the store Here also grab my blinkie if you wish.

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      • #33
        I,ve done this layout for the Groove Jan 2010 challenge, but since I used the new eraser tool of SBMv2, so I might as well put it in this thread.
        I like to make a layout for our friend golden anniversary but haven't got a photo of them together, so I extracted from 2 different photos which I think will make a romantic loving image if they put together.
        All the credit for the layout mention in the gallery, thanks


        My buddies: Nanwu, Moonlightpearl

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        • #34
          Can some one help with a question on the eraser? Thought that I remembered somebody telling about a way to zoom in when using the eraser option, however, can't find it.
          Would love to be able to do that as I still find that I am going to other programs for this.

          My Buddies - pkdoll, Marion and CraftyScraps

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          • #35
            Originally posted by makeyesup View Post
            Can some one help with a question on the eraser? Thought that I remembered somebody telling about a way to zoom in when using the eraser option, however, can't find it.
            Would love to be able to do that as I still find that I am going to other programs for this.
            Here is the link for the tutorial from Carena and Lorne--I hope this helps you!

            http://www.scrapbookmax.com/forums/s...Tutorial-hints

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            • #36
              Here is my great Niece, Hayleigh--

              (I don't know who to credit this beautiful QP, in which I didn't label)

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              • #37
                Bob had said with the mouse scroll wheel...but I use my laptop so that doesn't work for me...gonna check out the tutorial but if someone knows please let me know!
                Dina AKA MemphisFran

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                • #38
                  One more with the eraser--Credit goes to Nannybernie--Just a Boy template.

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                  • #39
                    Great Job everyone!
                    Last edited by mollie; 01-17-2010, 07:11 PM.

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by dillie1 View Post
                      Here is my great Niece, Hayleigh--

                      (I don't know who to credit this beautiful QP, in which I didn't label)

                      Sorry I had to remove this. I will post it later. I found an error within the layout.... sorry about this.

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                      • #41
                        Yes, right click in the eraser tool box and then use your scroll wheel to zoom in and out. Also, there was something Carena posted on it and it said to start your photo image really large and then after extracting it resize it. That will help also. This really does help!
                        Dina AKA MemphisFran

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                        • #42
                          I believe if you click on the area and scroll it will enlarge for you to see better what you are doing.
                          Kind wishes from Carena
                          Scrapbook Max Digital Designer
                          Visit me in the store Here also grab my blinkie if you wish.

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                          • #43
                            Sweet Dreams--my Great Niece-- --I am not sure who to credit this great QP--so if anyone knows please let me know. Thank you!

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                            • #44
                              and another - I could do these all day long. This one with my new kit: Spring Meadow - in the Scrapbook Max Store now.

                              My gallery has many, many extracted layouts in it. Check it out for inspiration if you like. - enjoy

                              Kind wishes from Carena
                              Scrapbook Max Digital Designer
                              Visit me in the store Here also grab my blinkie if you wish.

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                              • #45
                                Thanks all for the comments on the enlarging of the eraser box, need to try my little mouse scroller. Perhaps, I didn't use the right mouse when I did it as I couldn't get that option to work before. Ok, play time now.

                                My Buddies - pkdoll, Marion and CraftyScraps

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