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Create your own spray brushes in CraftArtist

Posted: 29th April   Category: Tools & Techniques   By: jess serif

Afternoon all!

The bank holiday is soon upon us so I thought I'd share a little tip & technique with you to give a whirl over the bank holiday weekend!

If you're a self confessed CraftArtist addict you'll be more than aware about the amazing effects you can create with the spray brushes (if you haven't used them before - give them a go! They're fantastic!) but did you know you could create your own spray brushes quickly and easily?

We've whipped up a quick tip tutorial to show you exactly how you can do it!

Enjoy!

Jess x

 

 

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How to create a stepper card in CraftArtist

Posted: 23rd March   Category: How to's   By: jess serif

Afternoon everyone!

As an extra special early Easter treat (which delivers all the joy but minus the calories!) we're bringing you the chance to create a new style of card in CraftArtist today; a stepper card!

Centre Stepper Card

We've had a few people request this recently so we thought it was about time we delivered!

It's so simple to do, all you need to do is open/save the below template in CraftArtist and follow the videos step by step instructions to create a gorgeous stepper card.

Stepper Card Template

You can also purchase the Botanical Garden digikit used within the tutorial here

Enjoy!

Jess

 

 

 

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Exciting Announcement!

Posted: 14th March   Category: DaisyTrail News   By: jess serif

Hello all!

We have a confession to make, we have been holding on to an extremely exciting secret for a few months now and we literally can’t hold on to it any longer … in fact we may quite simply burst with excitement! So we’ve decided to confess all and let you all in on our amazing news.

Spring is fast approaching and is a time of new beginnings and so we feel it’s quite apt to announce our own new beginning. As many of you will know, DaisyTrail has been around for eight years this year and whilst our products have evolved our website has remained pretty much the same from day one. So it is with great excitement that we can announce that summer 2016 will see the launch of a BRAND NEW DaisyTrail website which will have been completely revamped and will include some fantastic new features too.

We pride ourselves on providing our members with a friendly, welcoming environment and this is going to stay at the heart of our values with the new website. On top of this, we’re aiming to provide you with a host of top quality new products, lashings of inspiration and a sprinkling of exclusives along the way. Our aim is to create the ultimate digital crafting haven for crafters around the world.

We’re going to keep the finer details under wraps for a little while longer but we’ll be sure to provide you all with some sneak peeks along the way! So keep checking back for more details over the next few months!

We’re absolutely ecstatic over this news, and we hope you’ll join us in the excitement too. This is just the start of a very exciting new chapter for DaisyTrail.com as the home of CraftArtist and we hope you’ll join us along the way.

Just watch this space! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Quick Tip Tuesday: Using rulers in CraftArtist 2

Posted: 16th February   Category: How to's, Tools & Techniques   By: jogaskin

Morning everyone,

Here's a quick tutorial for you all about using rulers in CraftArtist 2 Professional.

We'll show you how to:
- change your units
- move your rulers
- snap your rulers to an item on your page for accurate measuring
- lock your rulers

We hope you learn some new tips & it inspires you to get playing with your CraftArtist!

Thanks,

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Changes to how DaisyTrail works

Posted: 4th February   Category: Site Updates, DaisyTrail News   By: jogaskin

Hi everyone,

In the last couple of days, we've had a bit of an issue with spam posts appearing on the forums.
Thank you all for bearing with us while sorted it out.

The main thing to make you aware of is that from now on, only members that have been active for 48 hours will be able to post on the forums. Although we realise this isn't ideal, it is the best solution for the website at the moment and will hopefully stop the spam.

All new members will be able to post to the gallery, read forum/blog posts and buy from the Shop, but they will not be able to post on the forums for 48 hours.

We would really appreciate your understanding in this and apologise for any inconvenience.

Thanks,
Jo

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