Windows Scrippy Tutorial

This Scrippy stationery is my own original creation and I hope that you enjoy doing it too.  Since the main feature of this stationery is windows that appear as cut-outs, I felt the name windows was appropriate.  Ok?  Click here to see the finished product that we are making.  And click here to download the zip file with all of the necessary items which you will need.  If you do not want to download the zip file then you will need to find your own backgrounds and images or you can use those shown here. Right click on each image to save it to your own hard drive.  As always, any of my images shown here are original creations and are available for you should you wish to have them.  The only image not original is the main graphic used in the stationery.  Ok?  Let's get started!

Here are the images that I used for the stationery.  You can use these or make or find your own images, it doesn't matter in this particular stationery.  The only thing that might be of importance is the size of the actual image used here.

Small Background Large background

Pink Baby

1.  Open up Scrippy and insert a background.  Use the main background image.  It is non-scrolling.

2.  Insert a positioned container with these settings:  Left-0-75 and Top-30-400. These containers are the actual windows in the stationery.  If you do not care for the direction they are set to scroll in this tutorial please feel free to change their direction.  But notice that each side is set to scroll opposite for conformity.



3.  Insert a background under the positioned container and use the smaller windows background graphic.  This needs to scroll up+left at 10 pixels.

4.  Insert a frame.  Style inset, width of 2, color is 196-65-153.


5.  Insert another positioned container.  This one does NOT go under the first one but under the background itself.   You will be inserting more positioned containers and none of these will go under another.  Note the positioning of this container and see that it is even with the first one and even with the background. Use the settings of Left-40-75 and Top-85-300.




6.  Insert a background and use the small background graphic.  This should scroll down+left at 10 pixels per second.

7.  Insert a frame using the same color, style and size as in step number four.  All frames are treated with these same options.

8.  Insert a positioned container and use the settings as shown below. Left-90-50 and Top-135-200.




9.  Insert a background, use the small background and have it scroll left at 10 pixels per second.

10.  Insert another frame using the same method as step #4.

Does your master scrippy look like this? If not, it won't work right.  Fix it by moving it to the proper position.  That is accomplished by left clicking on the p.c. and simply moving it left.

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