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December 18, 2009

Episode 11 - Cricut Gypsy - How to add shadows and weld them

Well - here's a video I made for adding shadows and yes and how to weld them too. And to the pot I have thrown in Deleting a page and refreshing an errant cursor.




This video is maybe a little faster than my usual style. It came just a notch over 10 mins so I compressed it a little bit. So if I sound like Minnie mouse...:) Happy Holidays.

6 comments :

paperscribe said...

This video could not be more timely for me, I was stuck on welding and working between multi-page files and you explained and demonstrated beautifully. Thanks so much!!

Lynda
Spring, Tx

Jennifer said...

Thanks so much!! can't wait to try it!
jenn (CT)

Sharon said...

Thank you, so much! I was stuck!

cdaily28 said...

Great video thanks!

Rachelsmum said...

Great tutorial, I've just got my Gypsy and was struggling with matching shadows. This will help immensely, thanks xxsue

zusterglimlach said...

I was wondering how to do this. Thank you so much for the easy instructions.

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