Artisan 6 is awesome for a lot of things. Back when the software first came out, I remember making quite a few 4×6 postcard-style images and prints for use for family parties and whatnot. Today we tend to just shoot the image via text, chat or another social graphics platform, but the concept is the
Artisan has an amazing calendar tool that has been part of the software almost since the beginning. But I’ve found that it’s a little known tool. Today I’m hoping to help with that. Hold on, this is going to be a long post. How to find Calendar Templates You can create a calendar from scratch
I was asked an interesting question this week.
“Can I run all of my digital artwork from an external drive only?”
The simple answer to the question is yes, and I’ll show you how you can do that. However, please also read a few of my comments on that below after the how-to.
Today I just want to share a quick tip about importing a page or pages you’ve already created in Artisan 5 into another project. This might happen if you want to add a page you made for one book into another one.
Today, I did something I haven’t done in two years. I shot a YouTube video for you. Woohoo! It’s all about how to import/use Creative Memories’ digital content (or digital content from any site other than Forever) into Artisan 5 for use in your photo projects. You can view the video below, or scroll down
Question: I can’t find where I could add a photo mat. I see customized special mats but I simply want to accent a color on the page with adding color around the photos on the page. Can you point me in the right direction?
Answer: Yes, absolutely!
If you are following me in my fledgling Facebook Group, I hope you saw my post a couple of days ago about my Mini Challenge. I’ve been promising a Challenge, and I’m working on details for a bigger one, but I’m heading out of town for another week to a place that’s not internet friendly.
Way back in the prehistoric days with Storybook Creator 2, we started managing our digital content. The awesome thing then was that we could add keyword tags to our content to make it easier to find. Then, along came Storybook Creator 3, and suddenly the new content we purchased was already keyword tagged for us!