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  • #16356

    Cassel
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    Here is the next Word challenge for you.

    In September the word will be NEW. Of course, it could be something related to the New Year, but it can also be something new like shoes, it could be a new house, but it can also be about people (new in-laws, new friends), new places to visit or new experiences.

    Are you up to the challenge? Post your projects in this thread (it can be older projects you did or recent ones; it does not matter) or, if you want, our PSP Scrapbook Showcase pinboard on Pinterest is always there to showcase what is being shared in the Campus (if you need an invite, let me know)

    #16423

    micfin
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    This December Word Challenge page was looking awfully lonely so I thought I would post something on it. Being from New York, I thought of Central Park in the winter. New Year ~ New Snow ~ New York

    I cropped a lovely photo taken by David Stevens and added the falling snow using Cassel’s How to Add Rain tutorial, but I adjusted the settings to be more snow-like. The window frame is a piece of clip art I’ve had for a long time…origins unknown. I’ve added many frames to PSP; makes it easier to get the right proportions. The background is one of Marisa Levin’s Winter Day papers from PixelScrapper. I used the same pattern to fill the outer border and applied the Inner Bevel Effect to make a frame. The snowflakes are from a collection by antuanetto on Creative Market. I recolored them with Marisa’s pattern, too, using the Color Replacer Tool and added a drop shadow to give them some depth. The font is Heavenfield, one of my favorites from FontBundles.

    I hope everyone is having a wonderful holiday season.

    #16425

    micfin
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    <p style=”font-style: normal; font-weight: 400; color: #333333;”>This December Word Challenge page was looking awfully lonely so I thought I would post something on it. Being from New York, I thought of Central Park in the winter. New Year ~ New Snow ~ New York</p>
    <p style=”font-style: normal; font-weight: 400; color: #333333;”><span style=”font-style: normal; font-weight: 400; color: #333333;”>I cropped a lovely photo taken by David Stevens and added the falling snow using Cassel’s How to Add Rain tutorial, but I adjusted the settings to be more snow-like. The window frame is a piece of clip art I’ve had for a long time…origins unknown. I’ve added many frames to PSP; makes it easier to get the right proportions. </span>The background is one of Marisa Levin’s Winter Day papers from PixelScrapper. I used the same pattern to fill the outer border and applied the Inner Bevel Effect to make a frame. The snowflakes are from a collection by antuanetto on Creative Market. I recolored them with Marisa’s pattern, too, using the Color Replacer Tool and added a drop shadow to give them some depth. The font is Heavenfield, one of my favorites from FontBundles.</p>
    <p style=”font-style: normal; font-weight: 400; color: #333333;”>I hope everyone is having a wonderful holiday season.</p>

    #16428

    micfin
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    I tried to post this yesterday, but I still can’t see it. I’ll try again.

    This December Word Challenge page was looking awfully lonely so I thought I would post something on it. Being from New York, I thought of Central Park in the winter. New Year ~ New Snow ~ New York

    I cropped a lovely photo taken by David Stevens and added the falling snow using Cassel’s How to Add Rain tutorial, but I adjusted the settings to be more snow-like. The window frame is a piece of clip art I’ve had for a long time…origins unknown. I’ve added many frames to PSP; makes it easier to get the right proportions. The background is one of Marisa Levin’s Winter Day papers from PixelScrapper. I used the same pattern to fill the outer border and applied the Inner Bevel Effect to make a frame. The snowflakes are from a collection by antuanetto on Creative Market. I recolored them with Marisa’s pattern, too, using the Color Replacer Tool and added a drop shadow to give them some depth. The font is Heavenfield, one of my favorites from FontBundles.

    I hope everyone is having a wonderful holiday season.</p>

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 8 months ago by  micfin.
    #16431

    Cristina Hanlon
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    micfin, your image is amazing! The window frame is great and fits perfectly with the photo… The font is really nice, and I love your idea of adding snow using Cassel’s “How to Add Rain Tutorial“. I watched it yesterday and it is great… I will try to do something.

    I wish you, micfin, Cassel, and everyone here Happy Holidays!

    #16433

    AprilDawn
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    micfin, I really love the page you have created.  the photo in a window frame setting with added snow is just beautiful. I also hope you are enjoying  this Holiday time.

    best wishes again to everyone,

    Dawn.

     

     

    #16437

    Mary Schlafly
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    Word Challenge “NEW”;

    I thought in New Year, creating a License plate running one of my favorites scripts from Cassel.

    Happy Holydays to everyone!!!!!

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 8 months ago by  Mary Schlafly. Reason: It was my first time and text was not looking good
    • This reply was modified 1 year, 8 months ago by  Cassel.
    #16439

    Cassel
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    Great way to send greetings!

    I’ll copy it to the WORD challenge thread so others will see it 🙂

    #16447

    AprilDawn
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    Mary your New Year greeting looks great done on  the Licence plate… I also like that script.

    I have also decided to just make a greeting for this challenge …… A New Year is approaching and New beginnings…  my hope is that this new year will be filled with wonderful new memories for you all.

    Dawn.

    #16466

    Cristina Hanlon
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    Mary and Dawn, great layouts! I wish everyone here a Happy and Healthy New Year!

    #16473

    micfin
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    Dawn, I love fireworks! Mary, I never saw the license plate script. It came out so cool.

    A very happy and healthy 2018 to everyone. <3

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