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Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Double lucky templates today

A friend of mine, sent me these templates to see what I would do with them.  So here is my pages with her templates.  Thank you Becky for sending them to me, These have lots of possibilities.

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Christy said...

Thanks Cathie!

CBH said...

Thank you so much for this post. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in CBH Digital Scrapbooking Freebies, under the Page 3 post on Aug. 18, 2010. Thanks again.

Kim said...

Thank you again! I have given your blog link to all my CM digi friends and we have been enjoying it tremendously!

gg said...

Necessity is the mother of invention.......................................................................

Anonymous said...

I haven't read all your posts yet, I am just too excited to use this template! Can you direct me to where I can find out how to make the pink box that the text is on. I haven't figured out how to make those edges on paper.

Cathie Owens said...

Anonymous, to create the pink text box, you simply need to make a box the color of your choice. Then on the format ribbon choose 3-D and adjust the sliders to your liking. I used Amount 80, softness 35 and width 35. Let me know if you have other questions, you can email me directly at

Anonymous said...

Thank you! I didn't know about the 3-D effect! I will probably do it on every page!

Gina said...

Mind if I use this poem?? I LOVE it!!!!

Cathie Owens said...

Gina, feel free to use the poem. Thanks for following the blog