I printed the first image onto neenah and coloured him with promarkers and pencils then scanned him into Craft Artist 2 where I flipped him so he faced right instead of left. I removed the white surround and put him to one side. I then imported the background into my workspace. I copied and pasted it so I had a second image to work with. I moved the background image into the 'background' section. Now I worked on the background image still on my workspace. I cropped it until I only had a small square of striped green. I moved this little square into the background section to be used later. I brought the first background onto my workspace and as it had been in the background section it resized itself to fit my chosen size of card. I added the 'soldier' and a watermark.
With the second project I printed the mouse king onto neenah and coloured him with promarkers and pencils. I then imported him into Craft Artist 2 where I removed the white surround and moved him off the workspace. I went to the background section where I have previously had placed the small square of stripes.. clicked and dragged and the little stripy section transformed itself into a whole wall of stripes. I then used one of the round toppers from the Xmas collection, added a bevel edge and placed it onto the background. Then it was just a matter of adding the mouse king and a sentiment and watermark and da dahh....
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