Wednesday, November 29, 2006

Digitally Speaking

Daniel bought me the Paint Shop Pro X software a few months ago and I've been struggling with it ever since. It was starting to intimidate me. I just couldn't seem to figure it out. Even the guide book confused me. Today, though, was a break through. I just spent a couple of hours fiddling with it and suddenly I got a few little things to work. I made this "Baby Blue" page and was so proud of myself I about burst!

Then I picked the guide book back up and it started to make more sense now that I understood what a couple of the basic tools do. I made a second page using a kit downloaded from Shabby Princess and only ran into trouble when I couldn't figure out how to change the font color. Other than that, I'm learning by leaps and bounds!

Daniel has ordered Adobe Elements 5 for me for Christmas. Once I master that one, there shouldn't be anything I can't do! My dream is to someday be able to make those digital page kits like they sell at Shabby Princess and other places. I've been able to make some simple things with my old basic software, but I'm hoping to be able to do all the advanced 3D embellishments with these new software programs. All I need is time to practice.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hey Jess! This is Crystal Hazelbaker...I tried to leave a message before but don't think it posted....here is my test.....Love ya girl...crystal

Jess Elliott said...

Hi Crystal! There is a link to your email in the comments section in the post about you down below. I wrote about the hair bows you made that our girls like so much! Hope the link is okay. Let me know if you'd prefer we remove it.