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Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Fun new Templates

A friend of mine gave me the idea for these two templates.  Thanks Bonnie!!   The paper used for these pages is the Rugged Baby Boy PO5, the embellishments are from Cheerful Spring Digital Additions.



Anonymous said...

Thanks Cathie :)

Anonymous said...

Hi Cathie,
any chance on getting Studio version?

Cathie Owens said...

Sure, thanks for the reminder, I will try and get those done today.

Patty said...

Thanks for sharing, Cathie! :)

Cori said...

Thanks so much for sharing your templates!

Donna Penn said...

thanks, Cathie!

Bit's grandma said...

Thanks, Cathie - always look forward to your blog and templates!

Mrs. Salow said...

I have downloaded the fun templates but how do i start to use them in my studio? thanks!

Cathie Owens said...

Mrs. Salow, to use the templates open sbcStudio for the 12x12 or 11x8.5 size that you are using. Click on Page, and then Add. The next screen will show you all the templates that you have. The program is smart enough to know if a template has 1, 2, 3 or more pictures. So click on the one you want to add to your project and then in the bottom right corner click on Add Page Theme. Let me know if you have any other questions.

dinee said...

Cathie - how do I add you as a keyword to the templates?

Cathie Owens said...

Dinee, to add a keyword in SBC 3.0 you need to be in Content Manager and click on one of the elments and then on the right side there where you can add a keyword.

I am not at my Mac to do the version for the Mac, but I think you can do basically the same thing. Go into your Content and in the bottom left corner you can add a folder to put the templates into.

With all the templates I usually make a folder and just put them all into the folder. Then go to the home ribbon and click on insert page and go to the folder where you saved the templates.