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#1 Posted : Wednesday, September 14, 2011 9:03:37 AM(UTC)
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I have been waiting for things to evolve with CCR so I could make my own designed papers.

I have had 3 successful attempts. Details and instructions are on my blog.

Oranges

Garden

strawberry
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#2 Posted : Wednesday, September 14, 2011 2:25:11 PM(UTC)
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Those are ALL really cute! Did you use the IMAGINE to do that? - Char
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#3 Posted : Wednesday, September 14, 2011 3:29:14 PM(UTC)
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Yes I did. I used the Imagine and CCR.
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#4 Posted : Thursday, September 15, 2011 11:18:48 AM(UTC)
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Mary, Thanks for your posts and videos! I am just getting started with my CCR so your help is so appreciated! Can you do a video or post instructions on how to flood fill please? Thanks so much!
Clare
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Originally Posted by: scrapincovers Go to Quoted Post
Mary, Thanks for your posts and videos! I am just getting started with my CCR so your help is so appreciated! Can you do a video or post instructions on how to flood fill please? Thanks so much!
Clare



Thank you!


1.) In CCR you select your image place it on your mat.

2.) Go to colors and patterns tab and open it.

3.) Select which Imagine cartridge you want to use.

4.) With the Image selected. (The handles will show around the image)

5.) Click on the pattern paper or color you want and the image will be filled under the colors or pattern tab.


I'm not sure if I can do videos on CCR yet since it is still in beta testing.
Once it is released I will be happy to do a video.

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#6 Posted : Friday, September 16, 2011 10:24:12 AM(UTC)
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I tried to do this based on a layout that I wanted to make for some pics of me and my daughter. I found it at http://maryscraftingspot...cookie-dough-layout.html
I tried to cut the little mits out at the size she instructed but my Imagine hasn't been playing well with others today so I thought I'd try your method. I flood filled a 12x12 square with the pattern I wanted then added the oven mits on top. When that didn't work I made my square 11.25 (thinking I had an over abundance of another color that I could use to mat that on that I need to get rid of) but that didnt' work either. It just said "sending images to imagine" but it never went any further than that. Didn't even try to suck the paper in. I was in "print only" mode on CCR. Any suggestions?
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Originally Posted by: AngieOverton Go to Quoted Post
I tried to do this based on a layout that I wanted to make for some pics of me and my daughter. I found it at http://maryscraftingspot...cookie-dough-layout.html
I tried to cut the little mits out at the size she instructed but my Imagine hasn't been playing well with others today so I thought I'd try your method. I flood filled a 12x12 square with the pattern I wanted then added the oven mits on top. When that didn't work I made my square 11.25 (thinking I had an over abundance of another color that I could use to mat that on that I need to get rid of) but that didnt' work either. It just said "sending images to imagine" but it never went any further than that. Didn't even try to suck the paper in. I was in "print only" mode on CCR. Any suggestions?




LOL! LOL! I have been visiting all kinds of blogs today. Didn't realize when I came back to this that I had actually got the layout idea from you. LOL! Love those pages with Kates Kitchen BTW! LOL My daughter and I have a tradition when making chocolate chip cookies... so I thought I'd take pics of the next time we make them and put them in her scrapbook.

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Mary, Thanks! So, now that I figured how to do this I want to know how you autofilled please! Thanks!
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#9 Posted : Friday, September 16, 2011 3:51:24 PM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: AngieOverton Go to Quoted Post
I tried to do this based on a layout that I wanted to make for some pics of me and my daughter. I found it at http://maryscraftingspot...cookie-dough-layout.html
I tried to cut the little mits out at the size she instructed but my Imagine hasn't been playing well with others today so I thought I'd try your method. I flood filled a 12x12 square with the pattern I wanted then added the oven mits on top. When that didn't work I made my square 11.25 (thinking I had an over abundance of another color that I could use to mat that on that I need to get rid of) but that didnt' work either. It just said "sending images to imagine" but it never went any further than that. Didn't even try to suck the paper in. I was in "print only" mode on CCR. Any suggestions?



That is my blog your refering too.

The oven mits on that layout your refering to are a seperate cut. That wasn't printed on the paper.

Did you put the square down last? You line up all your images on the mat before you put the square on the mat.

When the square is small touch it on the images and select don't weld for all of the images first.

While the square is touching the image click on send to back until the square is behind the other images.

Then expand the square to the full size of the mat.

Pull the square beyond the mat lines so when you print you have complete 12 x 12 coverage.

It is possible to do I just created the file so it can be printed as one page.
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#10 Posted : Friday, September 16, 2011 4:25:28 PM(UTC)
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Here is the version where I cut out all the oven mits.


Cut Version



Here is the version where I printed directly on to the paper.

Printed Version

I keep getting bridge errors so it is impossible to print more then one sheet at a time.
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#11 Posted : Saturday, September 17, 2011 11:30:28 AM(UTC)
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Beautiful job!!! Wow, they are lovely! Oooh you've got me thinking of some ideas!!! I can't wait to try it out. Thanks so much for posting!Wub
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#12 Posted : Monday, September 19, 2011 5:06:37 PM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: MaureenAlferez Go to Quoted Post
Beautiful job!!! Wow, they are lovely! Oooh you've got me thinking of some ideas!!! I can't wait to try it out. Thanks so much for posting!Wub



There are so many possibilites with this. I just wish the bridge errors were gone.
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