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  • #40688
    Jackie
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    Cassel,

    Thank you for the advice on fixing my photogenic page.  Did what you said and here is the result.

    The young man with the cat is my third grandchild.  Third of 8.

    Thanks again for all my new knowledge which I am now passing on to my 88 year old Daddy who just got PSP 2020.

     

    #40691
    Shirley
    Participant
    • 91
    • Junior

    No I haven’t got those old papers Carole, We were at a close friends 65th birthday and then I saw these 3 old guys deep in concentration over this article, I have no idea what it was, but it must have been relevant to them. The one sitting was her ex.  all good friends.  Sadly my friend who was my junior bridesmaid passed away last year 5 yrs on from this photo. I thought you would like my sun in he o position.  Its a kiwi thing lol

    #40693
    Annie Tobin
    Participant
    • 1571
    • Superfan

    Shirley, triple concentration, well done my friend. <3
    ScrapRic, some serious concentration going on here … I love the quote … well done. ;D
    C Vandenberg, sometimes a page just speaks for itself … well done on your scrapkit exploration. 🙂

    #40694
    Annie Tobin
    Participant
    • 1571
    • Superfan

    Jackie, your projects all turned out beautifully. I do love the simplicity of your work, very effective. 😉

    #40702
    Lee
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    Here is my Project #5 post.

    #40706
    Sharon Wilke
    Participant
    • 140
    • Junior

    Here is the result of Module 3 that I skipped! My Grandson’s picture was on the front page of our local paper. I did put a photo credit on this one because I didn’t take the photo myself. I’m still working on Module 5 and I hope to post it by this evening.

    #40707
    Dee
    Participant
    • 6
    • Rookie

    Please help fellow scrappers. I can’t figure out how to get some glitter.  I looked for it in the materials palette.  I don’t have the kit with the page of glitter background.  I don’t know what to do.

    By the way, some fantastic work is being posted!  So beautiful and creative.

    • This reply was modified 5 days, 21 hours ago by Dee. Reason: Forgot something
    #40709
    Cassel
    Keymaster
    • 1138
    • Superfan

    C, I am a bit unsure if those are the projects from the tutorials. I can’t seem to associate any of them with the projects. I see you are using some of the suggested kits, but I don’t really see the basic techniques used. Were you following the tutorials?

    Jackie, maybe you can ask your dad to register for the next Bootcamp!?

    Dee, you are doing great with the shadows. I see that you are using different sizes for different objects on your project,

    Sharon, is the text easy to read on the full-size page? For a resized version it seems hard and a white text might be easier but it all comes down to how it is on the size you will use, whether it will be full-size or not.

    Dee, to use the glitters, download them and then open one on your workspace. Once an image is open on the workspace, it will automatically appear in the Materials property window under the Patterns tab, usually among the first ones. Then you can select it and use it.

    #40716
    Corrie Kinkel
    Participant
    • 6
    • Rookie

    Well here is my last project #5. I enjoyed making all of them and I’m a bit sorry it is over. But now I have time to browse the internet for more kits to my liking, maybe on PixelScrapper. If anybody has other ideas for freebies, please let me know!!!

    All of you stay save wherever you may live.

    #40719
    Dee
    Participant
    • 6
    • Rookie

    Cassel, Thanks for the glitter help! I will try it out.

    I am posting my latest work of art.  I had photos in it but I am reluctant to put them on the forum as I don’t want to have to call all my friends to get permission before posting so I removed them.  Feel free to use it as a background page and insert your own photos!

     

    #40720
    Cassel
    Keymaster
    • 1138
    • Superfan

    Dee, you can always blur or hide their faces. Some participants have done that. It is a common practice when you want to respect their privacy.

    #40732
    Yvan L’Heureux
    Participant
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    • Rookie

    Day 5,

    Not absolutely correct with the tutorial, but here the history.

    Left photo is my stepdaughter  when she was young , center photo is my son and my daughter , right photo is my daughter at 2 years . Now they are almost inseparable and take care to each others, like friends .

    Montage is made with PSP2020, background wirh Filter Forge 9 Texture and 2 photos is mine

    #40734
    Sharon Wilke
    Participant
    • 140
    • Junior

    Thank you Carole for your suggestion about changing the type color. I changed it to white and it looks much better now. I plan on eventually creating a scrapbook for Jimi and I will get prints done full sized. Shrinking pages down really makes them hard to read!

    I went very simplistic with my Module 5 page. Due to circumstances surrounding this virus nightmare, I’m pretty weary right now. On the plus side, my PSP 2020 seems to be working much better now. Maybe I can participate in the webinars again. I had lost the ability to join them. I think that was a Chrome issue. Anyway, everybody try not to go stir crazy like me!

    #40744
    Dee
    Participant
    • 6
    • Rookie

    Here is my latest creation!  It took me all day and night to do this one.  Thank goodness that my daughter was here to help me!  I can’t believe I finished 4 of the projects.  I will attempt # 5 but I don’t think I will finish before tomorrow night.

    Cassel, just want to say thank you very much for your patience and encouragement.

    To all of you,

    This is my first time joining a forum and boot-camp and I thoroughly enjoyed reading your comments, admiring your work, and receiving your encouragement.  Thanks very much!  Hopefully we will meet again at another boot-camp.

    #40749
    Mary Stander
    Participant
    • 6
    • Rookie

    Here is my Project 4 image.  Cassell had some really useful shortcuts on this lesson.  I enjoy golf so I found some free backgrounds and images from Google but tried to use her techniques.  I admire the designs and layouts everyone is using for their pages!!

    #40750
    Mary Stander
    Participant
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    • Rookie

    Sharon, your page is beautiful!

    #40753
    Annie Tobin
    Participant
    • 1571
    • Superfan

    Corrie, your project 5 is beautiful … the colour combination just pops! Well done my friend.

    #40754
    Annie Tobin
    Participant
    • 1571
    • Superfan

    A really delightful result Yvan and the children are little cherubs. Nicely done my friend.

    #40756
    Annie Tobin
    Participant
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    • Superfan

    A lovely colorful page Mary, well done.

    #40759
    Minka
    Participant
    • 46
    • Rookie

    I wasn’t happy with the Busy Bee one … so went back this morning to re-tweak it.  Am sending it anyway even though I’m not totally happy with it.  I did take the picture myself – it’s actually a panoramic that I just used bits and pieces of.  I was happy to have found it as I didn’t have much for large pictures here.

    #40776
    James DURRANT
    Participant
    • 21
    • Rookie

    Here is my Adventure project.

    When setting the font colour I accidentally clicked on a gradient. This almost matchess the sail of the yachtso I returned to these colours after looking at a plain colour.

     

    #40778
    Mary Stander
    Participant
    • 6
    • Rookie

    Here is project #5.  My family and I took a trip to the Revolutionary War sights last fall and really had a nice time.  It’s a good thing we all enjoy reading sign.  We also enjoyed cannolis from the North End Italian bakeries. and relaxing in the Bell and Hand Bar where the colonists strategized the revolution. These have all been fun projects to do.

    #40780
    James DURRANT
    Participant
    • 21
    • Rookie

    UK now appears to be in full lock down so I will have plenty of time to complete my projects.

    Here is my project 3 Friends.

    A local park had to fell some trees and a Chain saw Carver worked on the stumps.

    #40783
    Annie Tobin
    Participant
    • 1571
    • Superfan

    I think this turned out very well Minka, a single photo beautifully displayed. Your choice of elements gives the whole page a real sense of fun … well done my friend!

    #40784
    trish williams
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    • 487
    • Enthusiast

    Minka, love that texture effect you have used on that busy boaters, what one did you use x

     

    #40788
    Minka
    Participant
    • 46
    • Rookie

    Thank you Trish. The clouds were kind of plain so I selected a bit of it with freehand with a fairly good sized feather so it wouldn’t end abruptly and used artistic effects with halftone in round right in the psp effects. Thanks for noticing! 🙂

    #40789
    Minka
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    • 46
    • Rookie

    Wow, James, those trees are gorgeous even in cut state. How inventive of them to make what would have been a loss (of the trees) into something still quite striking and beautiful for a park! Love it!

    #40884
    James DURRANT
    Participant
    • 21
    • Rookie

    Minka : The carving of tree stumps is giving us art in the parks and at the road sides , it would be easy to do a photo project on them all.

    Here is my project 4 , still working on the Bootcamp.

    Whilst on holiday in the Lakedistrict I saw a poster for this Museum and as I had built Excavators at the begining of my working life went to visit. The era of the rope controlled excavator was just ending as I started work and the machines in the Museum were before my time. The Hydraulic machine was built after Ihad left to further my career elsewhere.

    A question: When copying and pasteing as a New Layer is there a way to know where the new layer is going?

     

    #40885
    Cassel
    Keymaster
    • 1138
    • Superfan

    James, yes, the new layer will be added immediately above the active layer at the time you paste it.

    #40889
    Liese Strupp
    Participant
    • 19
    • Rookie

    Hello Friends,

    Here is my project #2 created for my daughter and her husband who live in NYC, hope it inspires them as I pray for their protection and sanity through this.

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