Tagged: Bootcamp Project 4
March 11, 2020 at 6:33 pm #40244March 11, 2020 at 6:42 pm #40247
Welcome to Scrapbook Campus. You will definitely pick up some pointers here.
This is a very nice scenery photo. Is it yours?
LyndaMarch 11, 2020 at 7:56 pm #40248ShirleyParticipant
Annie, you are welcome anytime. We can share a bloom together.March 11, 2020 at 10:13 pm #40251Sharon WilkeParticipant
I finally won the battle of extracting my photos from my camera and phone! My computer doesn’t play well with others. I need a tutorial on how to operate all of it. I’ve been saving these wonderful wood alphas since last year. Thank you Carole for sharing them with us!
Here’s my Day 3 adventure!March 11, 2020 at 11:19 pm #40252CasselKeymaster
Shirley, that is quite a sandwich. I actually had to look at it twice to realize what it was! Very creative!
Annie, what are you drinking on that lunch? Is that a latte?
Mary, did you also have a chance to set the table? You would not want to make a mess on the table! 🙂
Denise, looking forward to see your projects. You made the correct choice to save as jpg as it is a smaller file than PNG and pspimage would not upload in the forum.
Lynda, is that a place you have visited directly?
Sharon, I thought I recognized that alpha! I think you might have forgotten to add the shadows on the beads (or hid the layer). Is that possible? And just a hint: those beads were create unusually large by the designer, so if you were to size them down, they would look more realistic (imagine those beads on a 12 inches page!). And if you size them down, you can even duplicate that layer and have more tiny beads. Just a suggestion.March 11, 2020 at 11:36 pm #40254ShirleyParticipant
Hello, My day three. “New” This is a photo of my Gt. Grandson I played around with some years ago. I have used some elements from Ginger scraps and some from Rush Ranch.March 11, 2020 at 11:45 pm #40256cindy harrisParticipant
CONGRATULATIONS on Your first Grandbaby I had so much fun doing my lesson this time, No freaking out no sweating just joy. Its nice to be able to do this lesson without Sweat. I loved everyone’s sandwiches,
Trishs was so Elegant.March 11, 2020 at 11:55 pm #40257
LOL! Indeed we can Shirl. Lovely turnout for your day 3 project, well done Hon. <3March 12, 2020 at 12:15 am #40258
Lovely photo Lynda and very well showcased here my friend. I love those ancient abodes and I think we have a lot to learn from them … survival to say the least! <3March 12, 2020 at 1:27 am #40260ScrapRicParticipant
March 12, 2020 at 3:30 am #40265
Very nice job ScrapRic, well done.March 12, 2020 at 3:36 am #40267
Day 3. My friends Jenny and Gary try to do a bi-yearly trek around Australia. This is a photo of Jenn quenching her thirst at Broome’s Matso’s brewery in June 2018. They make a mean ginger beer with an alcohol content of 4.9%. Of course, I am now a convert, ;D. Kit used is “Outdoor Adventures” by Sheila Reid from Pixel Scrappers. Thanks for takin a peek!March 12, 2020 at 9:08 am #40284
Thanks for the welcome. Yes, the picture is mine. It is the view I get from our little camp in the woods!March 12, 2020 at 11:10 am #40290March 12, 2020 at 3:02 pm #40293trish williamsParticipant
Day 3 Surprise Surprise
made the backing paper, added a frame to the picture as it is an old one and been crimped, all the other elements are from my stock,
Denise love that view, it looks like a famous painting, its beautiful, where is it. would love to wake up to that every morning xxMarch 12, 2020 at 4:48 pm #40297MinkaParticipant
Congratulations, Cassel, on being a grandmother! Always a wonderful blessing.March 12, 2020 at 5:01 pm #40298
I remember those wonderful , child filled , pinewood derby days…such fun. Thanks for the memoryMarch 12, 2020 at 5:02 pm #40299
Love that you are using your own photos. BeautifulMarch 12, 2020 at 5:16 pm #40301fiona cookParticipant
Hi, I am behind by a day, having overindulged in gherkins (which I love; how did you guess?) but also I am having a bit of trouble with the Paintshop Pro software upload. Hoping that Corel support will help out some more tomorrow. I also need to find more resource for graphics to use supplementary to my photos. I had trouble finding backgrounds. My efforts are a bit literal to the brief as I don’t know what I’m doing yet and not nearly so good as some of the recent posts from the rest of the group. Congrats indeed to Cassel. You don’t look like granny! Here is my effort for Day 3, Project 1.March 12, 2020 at 5:20 pm #40302
Yes, all the photos I use are my own including the lizard. There is a lot to photograph. Actually we are still in Camp Verde, Arizona which is in the same area as these ruins. It’s all very interesting Indian history.
I had a nice surprise when I used the background eraser tool to get the lizard off the sidewalk it was on. The tool left the stones from the concrete so I made a selection of the stones and created a texture which I used as the paper under the photo then I erased the left over stones with the eraser tool from around the lizard, made a selection and smoothed the edges. I was amazed that it actually worked.
I’m having fun with this bootcamp.March 12, 2020 at 5:25 pm #40303
Everyone is doing extraordinary work. Congrats to all and thanks Carole for being a great teacherMarch 12, 2020 at 8:37 pm #40304
I live in the country. Rural area in Quebec. The town’s name is Ogden. The pic is from the deck of a little cabin we have.March 12, 2020 at 10:21 pm #40306CasselKeymaster
Shirley, a nice nautical theme page. That is a nice way to showcase a special photo.
Cindy, I knew you would get more comfortable after some practice. Now, you can enjoy the process more instead of swearing at the computer 🙂
ScrapRic, I am happy to see someone using an older version of PSP and still showcase as great a result as you did!
Annie, it is interesting how you created a “hole” to frame the journaling!
Denise, as a first scrapbook project, you started very well. Even if you follow very closely, using different supplies the result is completely unique.
Trish, that is also a “new kid on the block”!! Great photo for the time. I know we don’t often have such old pictures!
Minka, those birds are so great. Did you add ALL of them or were some in the picture already? I think you might have forgotten the shadow on the rope. Is this possible?
Fiona, is that a photo of you? In order to get more supplies, there is a series of resources HERE. There are plenty of free kits and elements you can grab there.
Where are our silent participants? Come on. You can still catch up!March 12, 2020 at 11:04 pm #40321March 12, 2020 at 11:07 pm #40324LeeParticipant
Here is my Project #1 – using one photo post on Day 3.March 13, 2020 at 1:17 am #40331Diana CraftParticipant
Good Evening my Friends, I finally made it in and it is so good to see friendly, familiar faces, I’ve missed you all. I was able to get back in to joing you finally and finished my sandwich and table setting. I read from Carol that whe didn’t want us to do too much beyond the lesson itself so as not to scare the newer PaintShopPro’ers, but I couldn’t resist just s tad.I’ve been having a difficult time keeping my layers straight and my old brain doesn’t retain much very will any more, I used to think of myself as a quick study, but alas! No More! But I am determined to learn the 2020, all of it. I had the old Jasc 7 for years and I’ve learned more with Carole in these past weeks than all that time struggling. If you watched the tube video you probably saw what I saw, but had never seen before? (Boy, try saying that 3 time quickly.) But, now that I have seen it I have been having such fun. It tickles my funnybone to kearn anything new that really interests me.March 13, 2020 at 4:40 am #40334JackieParticipant
I’m Jackie. My first time here. I hope I am doing this correctly.March 13, 2020 at 12:37 pm #40347March 13, 2020 at 3:50 pm #40352trish williamsParticipant
Day 4 Hadleigh Castle Essex, overlooking the Thames estuary with views across the water to Canvey Island and Kent beyond . The cycle events were held here when England last hosted the Olympic Games
Photo and papers are mine, bricks are from stock, horses from beecheslegs
text is colour to greyMarch 13, 2020 at 6:17 pm #40354cindy harrisParticipant
Layout from 2019, FREEBIES, PIXEL SCRAPPER BLOG TRAIN PS Apr 2019 BT Umbrella Weather
Thank You Carole, yes so fussing at my laptop again that’s twice in a row so nice.
My dog is so funny, He really doesn’t like water but he had a rough start, like me so I don’t know why he’s like he is, he just is. Right now he’s laying on my bad foot my dog really loves me.
Trish Williams love your homework You live in the coolest Place I think. All your work or stock is so cool, do you sell any of it on sites online?
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