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What a perfect sketch for showcasing multiple BG designs! Since I had a horizontal image, my card is rotated. I also chose to create personalized DPs using scraps of cardstock, but I also plan on going back and using my collection of Basic Grey scraps in the future.
I finally did it and made a card with today's challenge (SC194). However, it's in Adobe and there's no http address at the top, so I'm having trouble downloading it. I did post it on my blog so you can see it there.
To the ladies that PMd me on my confidence...... I've got it and THANK YOU, THANK YOU. The hard part is downloading to Splitcoast!
Stef, I sent you this PM earleir:
Originally Posted by stagccva
When you click Upload Photos, the very first option states:
Choose a category to upload your images to.
Pick a category that relates most to your image(s).
Anything you upload will show up in the gallery under your username as well as in the category you upload to. Please only upload once and put in the most fitting category.
Simply choose the proper gallery from the drop-down list, and we won't have to move your uploads.
Here are some additional tips for uploading both SU! and non-SU! stamped projects:
1. If the card using a technique that has been featured in a tutorial, put it in the appropriate technique gallery.
2. If the project is not a card, look thru the "Anything But a Card" category options to find the appropriate spot for the project.
3. Scrapbook pages have their own galleries as well. If they are hand made they will fall under the appropriate size 6x6, 12x12, etc. There is a gallery for digital scrapbooking as well.
4. If it does not fall under any of those options, then simply upload it to "Member Gallery".
We understand that this may be the first time uploading for some, and hope you find the tips helpful for your future uploads.