January 4th - Stylin' Titles (Technique Challenge)

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  1. Electra

    Electra Junk collector or treasure seeker? You decide

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    Thanks for the awesome tutorial and challenge! I love your styles![​IMG]
    Yellow and Red Papers for clipping to alpha-Amy Wolff, Delightfully Distressed Set
    Style: Mommyish, Style Challenge set, Metal Rim With Shadow
     
  2. Dalis

    Dalis Jose Cuervo is NOT a good friend

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    here is mine!

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  3. JSmith84

    JSmith84 Active Member

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    I used the Candy Cane style (by Mommyish) on my title.
     
  4. 3littleks

    3littleks Pass the gold and the glitter, please!

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  5. breeoxd

    breeoxd CT - Krista Sahlin

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  6. jaharvey

    jaharvey Well-Known Member

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    So much awesome title work! Here's my contribution:
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  7. Elizabeth

    Elizabeth Well-Known Member

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  8. umyesh

    umyesh Swooning for warm bread & butter

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    I am so lazy with titles so this was a good change for me. :)
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  9. Nightshadow

    Nightshadow Pancakes are their own food group

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    Although I have PSE, my first real graphics program was PSP and I go back to it most of the time, so since I can't use styles in PSP, I filled the title with a paper from the Tally kit, and then used an inner bevel on it and two different drop shadows.
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  10. Alegna

    Alegna Well-Known Member

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  11. fruitysuet

    fruitysuet Well-Known Member

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    I love using styles on fonts for my title! Here I extracted the store logo from an online image and duplicated it - top layer ombre glitter style, bottom layer frame style then bevel and drop shadow. And you can't really see because it is so small, but an ombre plastic style and slight drop shadow was added to the 'pretty things' text on the title label.

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  12. barbaraj

    barbaraj Well-Known Member

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    Here's mine using 2 styles:

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  13. Nana77

    Nana77 Active Member

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    Used Marker alpha => added same corrugated paper as in LO´s background

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  14. turtlebug

    turtlebug Well-Known Member

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    I scrap the long way!
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  15. turtlebug

    turtlebug Well-Known Member

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    I scrap the long way!
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  16. Jenna

    Jenna Jenna

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  17. kathywolf

    kathywolf Active Member

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    On the title, I used a Glitter Style, Inner Ridge Bevel and Drop Shadow.
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  18. AlannaH

    AlannaH Well-Known Member

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    Fun!! I used a foil style on my font title!

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  19. JaneAgain

    JaneAgain Active Member

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    I clipped a paper to my font since I don't have PS.

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  20. crazsquaw

    crazsquaw Skip the kids - give me grands!!

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