To work with Crafts

Step 1

First of all, you have to click on the Effect menu and choose Creative followed by Crafts.

Step 2

You can specify the size and angle of the shapes, as well as the brightness of the effect.

Step 3

Crafts makes an image look like it was created with craft shapes, such as puzzle pieces, gears, marbles, candy, ceramic tile, and poker chips.

Step 1

You have to click the Effect menu first and then click Crystalize that is under the Creative tab.

Crystalize.

Step 2

Crystalize makes an image look like it was created with crystals. You can control the effect by specifying the dimensions of the crystals. Lower values produce smaller crystals, causing less distortion. Higher values produce larger crystals and create a more abstract effect.

Step 1

First of all, you have to click on the Effect tab from the menu bar and select Creative. After that click Fabric.

Step 2

You can specify the size and angle of the textile, as well as the brightness.

Step 3

Fabric makes an image look like it was created with textiles, such as needlepoint, rug hooking, quilts, strings, ribbons, and tissue collage.

Step 1

First, you need to select the Effect menu and choose Creative followed by Frame.

Step 2

You can change the color, opacity, and alignment of a frame, and save customized settings as preset styles.

Step 3

Frame allows you to frame an image with a preset frame, another image, or an area that defined by a mask.

Step 1

First, click on the Glass Block that is under the Creative tab in the Effect menu.

Q Glass Block.

Step 2

You can control the effect by specifying the dimensions of the glass blocks.

Step 3

Glass Block makes an image look like it is being viewed through thick glass blocks as shown by the image below.

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Step 1

First, you need to select the Effect menu and choose Creative Kid's Play.

Step 2

You can specify the size and angle of the elements, as well as the brightness of the effect.

Step 3

Kid's Play makes an image look like it was created with lite pegs, building blocks, finger paint, or paint by numbers.

Step 1

First of all, you have to click on the Effect tab from the menu bar and select Creative. After that click Mosaic.

Q] Mosaic.

Step 2

You can specify the size of the pieces and the background color. You can also frame the mosaic as shown in the picture below.

Size:

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Background Color:

Vignette

Step 3

Mosaic breaks an image into unequal elliptical pieces to form the appearance of a mosaic.

Step 1

You have to click the Effect menu first and then click Particles that is under the Creative tab.

Step 2

You can specify the size, number, and transparency of the particles, as well as the amount of color they contain.

Step 3

Particles allow you to add sparkle to an image by using white or colored bubbles and star particles.

Step 1

Click on the Scatter that is under the Creative tab in the Effect menu.

S Scatter.

Step 2

Scatter distorts an image by scattering pixels. You can specify the direction of the scattering.

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