ISSUE #7 JUNE 2011
Dads... I always thought of myself as "Daddy's Girl". I wasn't a "tom boy", or "sporty" enough to make myself a particularly obvious choice as "Daddy's Girl". I knew my Dad wanted his second child - me- to be a boy, so I focused on making up for my double X chromosome. As a child, I didn't really care what he was doing that day, I just wanted to do it with him. I remember once being terrified to go on the Disney ride "Pirates of the Caribbean", his favorite, but there was no way I was going to disappoint, so off I went. He sat close, held my hand and we had a high seas adventure together. He taught me to face fear and don't let it stop you. As a teen, I remember once having my heart broken by a reckless crush. He sat close, held my hand and let me feel that hurt. He taught me to face heartbrake. As an adult, we lost my mom and his wife of 40 years. We cared for her together for eight years before her death. At her funeral, he sat close, held my hand and we grieved. Through that experience, he taught me to face loss and the real meaning of love. So, in celebration of the Dad's in our lives, I hope you take a minute to scrapbook a page about your Dad with these kits!


You'll find the following in this issue:
Please enjoy this month's newsletter!
     
     
Quick Quotes
  • "I decided in my life that I would do nothing that did not reflect positively on my father's life.'" — Sidney Poitier
  • "A truly rich man is one whose children run into his arms when his hands are empty." — Unknown
  • "A father carries pictures where his money used to be." — Unknown
  • "Any man can be a father. It takes someone special to be a dad." Unknown
  • "Dad, your guiding hand on my shoulder will remain with me forever." Unknown
  • "Old as she was, she still missed her daddy sometimes." Gloria Naylor
     
     
  Sensational Colors
Dads today come in numerous forms. No more can you assume the basic black and tans for a layout about dad! Today's dad needs far more color, dimension and artistry to capture his style! That is why this month the color scheme turns up the volume on our Dads.
     
     
Artists' Corner
We are excited to introduce you to Michaele Burkhart this month. She has kindly provided a freebie for your enjoyment. The freebie will give you a feel for Michaele's warm and welcoming style. Its color scheme is perfect for your father scrapbook page! See Michaele's products

Words from Michaele: "Hi everyone! I am Michaele Burkhart and happy to be this month’s artist spotlight. June is here and for me that means the kids are out of school, super hot weather and having more time to design, as well as catching up on my scrapbook pages. I love to be able to create papers, embellishments and quick pages that others can use to scrap their own memories. I hope you will enjoy the Fab Father mini kit that I created for you and have a look at my store for other fun products you might enjoy." Learn more about Michaele

 
     
     
  Fantastic Freebie
This month's freebie is Fab Father Freebie. This kit is perfect for the upcoming Father's Day holiday! This kit is fully searchable by image name, image type, tags, and primary/secondary colors because it comes in iScrapKit format.


     
     
Awe-Inspiring Layouts
This month we are featuring the artistic work of Michaele Burkhart of Burkhart Scrapzone Designs!! I find Michaele's paper kits are often where my scrapbook projects begin. Download her "Fab Father" Freebie and you too will soon have her work beginning your pages! Here is just a sampling of what you can do working with her kits! See Michaele's products

     
     
Tint An Image
The occasion may arise when you want to slightly tint an entire photo or artwork graphic to change its color. Tinting a photo is useful if you want the photo to match the rest of the page as a special effect. Tinting an artwork graphic is useful if you want to change its color so it complements the rest of the artwork on the page.

Fortunately, tinting a photo is very easy to do in iScrapbook and the original photo is not modified.
 
Here's how to tint an image:

1) Launch iScrapbook.
2) Select a scrapbook page.
3) Select the photo or artwork graphic you want to tint.
4) Choose "Effects" at the top of the Smart Inspector.
5) Choose "Tint" from the Effect pop-up menu.
6) Click the color well in the Smart Inspector and choose a color.
7) Slide the Intensity slider to your desired intensity.



Your image will be tinted accordingly. Below is an example of tinting both a photo and artwork graphic with a blue tint:



     
 
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