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  • #27941
    Cristina
    Participant
    • 1025
    • Superfan

    This is the layout I am working on (until day 4)… The template I used is from the Lab6-Module 03… Instead of wood, I made the tiles of acrylic (Creative Scrap>Texture>Acrylic)… I added some adhesive tapes (Cassel’s Adhesive Tape Script).

    #27942
    Annie Tobin
    Participant
    • 1747
    • Superfan

    Lovely work Cristina, my friend. My work always seems to be a bit more on the serious side. Maybe that is because I don’t have any grandchildren. I will have to lighten up I think! Thanks, Cristina, inspiration again, 🙂 <3

    #27944
    Annie Tobin
    Participant
    • 1747
    • Superfan

    Hi Scrapbook Campers.  This is the result of my work to date.  Thanks for takin a peek.  <3

    #27945
    shutterpixi
    Participant
    • 517
    • Enthusiast

    Nice job, Annie!

    #27946
    Cristina
    Participant
    • 1025
    • Superfan

    Dear Annie, thank you so much for your kind comment. <3 … I don’t think that your work tends to the serious side, and I have seen quite a few… I love your layout with Cubit… I even thought that he looks like a lord in this photo! …I love it! I am sure he left wonderful memories. <3

    And I also don’t have any grandchildren as we don’t have children. 🙂

    #27948
    shutterpixi
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    • 517
    • Enthusiast

    Day 6 – I used a leopard print for my ribbon pattern.  It seems to go well with my theme!

    Cassel – Thanks for the suggestion.  I tried a lot of different solid colors with the doily but never felt like any were right for it.  After adding the leopard print ribbon under my tiles, it seems to complement the lizard doily, which is starting to grow on me 🙂

    #27950
    Lynda DiGregor
    Participant
    • 361
    • Enthusiast

    Diamond Scrap Day 6 Scallops

    #27954
    Sharon Wilke
    Participant
    • 140
    • Junior

    I am so impressed with all these projects! Everyone has a completely different compilation of the various elements. All of you are so inspiring. I even managed to create a scalloped ribbon and I only had to watch the video twice. Here’s my Day 6 progress (minus the doily). I’m going to revisit that tonight. I did incorporate a chicken wire tube that Carole made. I thought it would fit mine better than the doily.

    #27956
    Teri Cleaveland
    Participant
    • 72
    • Junior

    Day 6: I just used a simple pinking shears edging on the background mat.

    #27959
    Sharon Wilke
    Participant
    • 140
    • Junior

    Never let it be said that we aren’t dainty on the farm! I finally created a doily!

    #27960
    Annie Tobin
    Participant
    • 1747
    • Superfan

    Thanks for your lovely comment shutterpixi and I wish to compliment you on your project as it is really delightful. You have blended your colours well. <3

    #27961
    Annie Tobin
    Participant
    • 1747
    • Superfan

    Lovely work Teri and your doily is a simplified delight. You have inspired me as I now see mine as over-cluttered. I am off to see what I can create taking a simpler direction. <3

    #27962
    Annie Tobin
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    • 1747
    • Superfan

    The delights of farm life Sharon … wonderful, great work my friend. <3

    #27963
    Michele
    Participant
    • 853
    • Superfan

    I am so impressed with everybody’s work. My wrist is bothering me, so I’m going to be late finishing up. I can’t wait.

    ~ Michele

    #27965
    Sharon Murray
    Participant
    • 32
    • Rookie

    Wow, everyone’s creations are amazing! I am behind so I will try to get caught up this evening!

    #27967
    Alicia Garbelman
    Participant
    • 46
    • Rookie

    I really enjoy seeing everyone’s unique applications of the techniques we’re learning! I’m still behind, but I’m liking my page better with every addition.

    #27975
    Alicia Garbelman
    Participant
    • 46
    • Rookie

    I’ve spent all day playing with this, when I should be outside working in the yard – Spring has arrived in full bloom, and it’s beautiful here! Fortunately, I have a window. My final layout is way more cluttered than is usually my style, but I don’t care. I have learned so much! Thank you all.

    #27977
    Sharon Wilke
    Participant
    • 140
    • Junior

    Alicia yours is beautiful! I spent all day on and off on mine but it’s rainy here so I couldn’t work outside. I tried to declutter mine but I don’t think I did too well. This has definitely been a challenge! I have learned so much. Now if I can just remember it all after I sleep…..

    #27979
    Teri Cleaveland
    Participant
    • 72
    • Junior

    Day 7:  had some issues learning the tools and moving the nodes, but finally got it. This has been a lot of fun!!

    #27984
    shutterpixi
    Participant
    • 517
    • Enthusiast

    Day 7 – I did something a little different with the clip to fit my theme.  I also added a couple more tubes, a wolf I masked from Pixabay and a tube of one of my photos of a whitetail buck from our ranch.  FYI, the flowering plant in the frame is a Longbract Wild Indigo.

    #27988
    Sharon Murray
    Participant
    • 32
    • Rookie

    Cassel I know I should be able to figure this out and I’m feeling like an idiot but I cannot get my wood design as I want it.  Am I supposed to put my design on my wooden element first or after I make the scratches?  When I try to add one afterwards, I used the different blend modes but nothing I try looks right.  Even using something white is not blending in well.  Help!

    #28033
    Cassel
    Keymaster
    • 1285
    • Superfan

    Sharon, if you want your design to be scratched, keep it on a separate layer. Once you have the selection done with the scratches “shapes”, activate your design layer, and delete there. No blend is necessary. So instead of scratching a “full layer of paint”, just scratch the design that is painted on its own layer.

    #28047
    Sharon Murray
    Participant
    • 32
    • Rookie

    Thank you, Cassel.  I think I’ve got it 🙂

    #28048
    Sharon Murray
    Participant
    • 32
    • Rookie

    Here is what I have so far – my email has been having issues so I do not have lesson 5

    #28053
    Marie McGrath
    Participant
    • 5
    • Rookie

    Lynda DiGregor – You wanted to know how I did my background pages – well because lots problems with previous attempts so these are the steps I took –

    Hopeless try 3 or 4 duplications then to blur several times and seamless tile led to 3rd image using tile then just added Notre Dame image on top and lowered opacity until it was ghostly and colourized more grey.

    Sorry Cassell and everybody have been struggling for days just to do tile and doily and just cannot do it so think it best to retire.  You are all way ahead of me and doing such great work.

    All the best hugs Marie

    #28055
    Cassel
    Keymaster
    • 1285
    • Superfan

    Marie, don’t give up. What is the effect you want to achieve? We can help you.

    #28116
    Jnet Allard
    Participant
    • 108
    • Junior

    <span style=”vertical-align: inherit;”><span style=”vertical-align: inherit;”>Ma page terminée</span></span>

     

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 3 months ago by Jnet Allard.
    #28124
    Sheila Hogg
    Participant
    • 388
    • Enthusiast

    My days 6 & 7.  Day 6 I made some ribbon and gave it some texture using blinds tool. I also used brightness and contrast tool to give some ripples and shading technique as taught by Cassel. Day 7 I made a paperclip using a preset shape. I used the Sculpture tool to make it metal looking. I used Cassels interlacing technique to clip it to the doily. Loved doing this challenge. Thank you Cassel.

     

    Sheila x

    #28126
    Teri Cleaveland
    Participant
    • 72
    • Junior

    Final layout: I added texture to the matt behind the picture and the doily as well as all my shadows

    #28130
    Sharon Murray
    Participant
    • 32
    • Rookie

    Here is my completed layout.  I had a lot of fun learning these things!

    Everyone has done a wonderful job and seeing everyone’s creations was as much fun as creating!

     

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