When you have a need to celebrate, here is the perfect design for toasting best wishes and good cheer! Created in StitchArtist, you can see the champagne bubbles embossed in the fill and rising above the glass.From New Year’s celebration to Wedding or Anniversary gifts and Valentine’s Day – these are just a few ideas for when you may want to have a design such as this!
There are three designs in this BE file layout – you can easily see this by looking at the object pane at the upper right side of your Embrilliance window. A “Design Object” has a name such as the name of the merged design (with a disclosure triangle or “+” sign next to it) or lettering object.
When you expand a Design – that is click on the “+” or disclosure triangle – you will see the components of the Design Object. Because we have provided you the BE Working file from a design created in StitchArtist, you see each individual drawn object that will have stitch properties assigned to it. Objects that follow each other that have the same exact color will be stitched all at once when you save your stitch file and go to your machine! There is no need to “join threads” or take additional steps! Simply save your stitch file – the Embrilliance programs are all about saving you time!
When you click on the Lettering object, the properties pane allows you to change the text or choose a new font from those that you have installed into your program. This is why it is important not to BREAK your lettering objects by using stitch editing or adding color stops with the stitch simulator! If you want to change colors of the letters in your lettering object, you can EASILY do this by selecting a letter with its center selector and choosing a new color! We even have a video showing you how simple this is to do!
For those that have Embrilliance StitchArtist, you can view all of the objects with their stitch properties by going to Create mode! We used an embossed fill from StitchArtist Level 2 to create the bubble effect in the champagne. In fact, we combined a couple of embossed patterns so check out the fill properties of this object in Create Mode and try adding this effect to your own design creations!
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