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  1. Mary
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    I use PSE 7 and could not get the alt shift to duplicate. Love the idea of making this. I’ll keep trying other things. Thanks for sharing.

    • ltarbox
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      Another option for duplicating the shape is to press Ctrl/Cmd J. Then, you can click and drag the duplicated shape into position. Holding down the Shift key as you drag simply keeps the shape lined up with the original shape. Hope that helps!

  2. Jenifer
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    Love this idea and the page you made w/ it! 🙂

    • Lydia
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      Thank you, Jenifer! I’d love to see a page from you using the tutorial! 😀

  3. Joy
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    I can not figure out how to have different colored papers between each chevron how do you do that?? I am sure it is something simple but I can’t do it please help!!

    Thanks

    • ltarbox
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      I’m sure there are several different methods for doing that, Joy. This was my method: Open the paper you want to use and drag it onto your scrapbook page placing it below the cutout layer. Then, use the Polygonal Lasso tool to get a selection outline around the area where you want the paper to show through, make sure that the paper layer is active in the Layers panel, and then click on the Add Layer Mask icon at the bottom of the panel. Hope that helps and that you’re enjoying the tutorial. 😀

  4. bean
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    Thanks for the quick response I will try that.

  5. Tammy Graf
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    What a cool effect! I can’t wait to try it out. Thanks for the tutorial.

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