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  • #19048
    Luann Irvin
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    • Rookie

    Hello, Here is my day 1. I am behind but I am enjoying it. This is my Oldest Great Grandson who turned 4 this May.

    #19049
    Sheila Hogg
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    • Enthusiast

    Nicely done Luann, love it.

     

    #19050
    Lyn Lou
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    • 42
    • Rookie

    Great job Sheila and Luann

    #19067
    redradar
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    • 68
    • Junior

    Here is my Day 5, of the Maiden frescoes in the Ceylonese citadel of Sigiriya.

     

    #19068
    Annie Tobin
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    • 2814
    • Superfan

    Terrific job Rae, I love your result.

    #19070
    Annie Tobin
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    • 2814
    • Superfan

    Day 6 challenge finished.  Thanks for your tips Cassel.

    #19071
    Michele
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    • 1072
    • Superfan

    I haven’t had a chance to participate yet, but I just looked at the forum and I just say how impressed I am. You have all done beautiful layouts. I love how different your layouts are even though they are based on the same ideas.

    ~ Michele

    #19079
    Cristina
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    • 1288
    • Superfan

    So many great layouts posted here. That’s the beauty of these challenges, Cassel gives one template or idea and each one makes amazing pages completely different from each other.

    I am very late as usual, and today I am posting Day 1. I used techniques from the LAB 8/01 – Plaid4 – (background paper) and from the LAB 8/02 – Shaped Text (title) and Word Frame (photos).

    I also used cass-Burnt Edge Paper, doodle (Sheila Reid) stitches (Holly Wolf Scraps) and corkboard texture (Fuzzimo)… all freebies.

    #19082
    Sheila Hogg
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    • 421
    • Enthusiast

    Great results ladies, all are fabulous and very interesting.

    Christina, Portugal is one of my favourite places to visit, lovely country and people. I could live there no probs.

     

     

    Sheila x

    #19083
    Cristina
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    • 1288
    • Superfan

    Hi Sheila, we love to go there too, especially when it is cold here. You are not the only one! 🙂 There are many British living in Algarve, and they have their own radio station, pubs and newspaper. These you find for free in the supermarkts at the entrance.

    #19085
    DeLoris Musick
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    • 264
    • Enthusiast

    Here’s my Day 04. I’m behind. I’ve had a death of a dear friend and I am going to Buffalo, NY next weekend for the Memorial Service. It’s been a tough week, it was very sudden.
    I did this one of Heidi my cat. She is a doll and if you look at the picture on the right side, you will see the heart on her side. I love that heart! That’s why I adopted her!
    Hugs,
    DeLoris

    #19086
    Annie Tobin
    Participant
    • 2814
    • Superfan

    Thanks Lyn, very much appreciate your comment. I didn’t have any photos so snagged these from the web … making sure there were no copyright laws infringed … as you do!
    Love your work Lyn and terrific photos. I have been inspired by all and have dragged out my little digital camera which I purchased about 10 yrs ago. It does take lovely pics but as I was working full time I never seemed to get much of a chance to put it to good use. Maybe now is that time, 🙂

    #19087
    Annie Tobin
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    • 2814
    • Superfan

    Lovely work DeLoris and what a delightful cat marking, she was made to love. Very sorry to hear of your friends passing. It is a trial and none of the platitudes give comfort so I will simply wish you well with your healing grief. Hugs and Love……Annie T

    #19088
    DeLoris Musick
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    • 264
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    Thank you Annie.  Heidi is a beautiful cat and the minute I saw that heart I knew she was the one for me!  Thank you also for your sympathies about my friend.  It was just sooo sudden and unexpected.  Her children are really struggling.  I’ll feel better when I get to New York next week to be with them.

    Hugs,

    DeLoris

    #19090
    redradar
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    • 68
    • Junior

    Thank you, Annie. I chuckled at your missing photo of and commentary about Izzy the kitty!

    Very sorry to hear about the loss of your friend, DeLoris. A good friend of ours also passed away recently and unexpectedly; the memorial service will be next Sunday.

    Here’s my Day 6 challenge completed.

     

     

    #19091
    DeLoris Musick
    Participant
    • 264
    • Enthusiast

    Thank you Rae and I am sorry for your loss as well!

    Big Hugs,

    DeLoris

    #19095
    Marie-Claire
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    • 70
    • Junior

    Hi, Cassel and Lyn Lou, thanks for the help. Some time has passed, but here my creation of day 1

     

    #19097
    Luann Irvin
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    • 4
    • Rookie

    Here is my Day 2…I am so far behind, but fortunately this is not a race or I might think I was ahead! Anyway I am having fun, just the resizing is a bit of a headache…

    #19098
    Cassel
    Keymaster
    • 1620
    • Superfan

    @Luann, is it possible that you chose a different format for your double page? It looks wider than a 7200×3600 pixels project. Or is it when you resized that it stretched?

    #19117
    Marie-Claire
    Participant
    • 70
    • Junior

    Hi everybody. Here is my Day 2

    #19118
    redradar
    Participant
    • 68
    • Junior

    Marie-Claire, I like how you’ve done it with one big photograph peeking through the slots, and a panoramic picture as the background/foreground.  I’ll try that layout on a future project.

    Cassel, I’m grateful to you for the Day 7 information about printing.  I don’t have plans to print any of the Double Take pages yet, but was wondering how to print 12 pages of scrapbook photos made earlier this month as a gift for a friend who recently gave me a dollhouse.  All the photobook printing companies I’m familiar with have a minimum requirement of 20 pages.  But now I see I can purchase a regular 12″x12″ scrapbook, have my individual pages printed and place them in that instead without any modifications.  It’s good to know how to add margins for binding areas on future photobook pages; you have answered so many questions I had about that and exactly at the right time.  Thank you very much; I really enjoyed this challenge and learned a lot I’ll use again and again!

    #19120
    Lyn Lou
    Participant
    • 42
    • Rookie

    CHallenge Day 6

    Had a busy day today, but wanted to get this finished, It was one of those projects, that you keep changing till your happy with it, so it took me a while to complete and happy with the finished result.

    #19126
    Marlene Lingham
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    • 241
    • Enthusiast

    This has been a wonderful challenge, many thanks to Cassel for doing it and lots of high fives to everyone who participated and showcased their many inspirational pages. Lyn Lou I love the way you have done the text with the flower border and the colours are beautiful.

    My Day 6 is all about a visit to Coober Pedy on the way north in 2016. Australia has many gem fields: opals at Coober Pedy, Andamooka and Lightning Ridge; sapphires in Queensland and diamonds in Western Australia to name just a few. Coober Pedy is also famous for the underground dwellings known as “dugouts” which are surprisingly comfortable, particularly in the summer.

    I have no plans to print these pages but thank you Cassel for the information on how to do it, always useful to know. I have learnt lots doing this challenge and look forward to the next one.

    #19127
    Lyn Lou
    Participant
    • 42
    • Rookie

    Thank you Marlene, this has also given me some other ideas for the next challenge. I love yours too, love the beautiful Opals. I have a friend in Australia and she travels around a lot for her job, she is a chef and works on sheep ranches feeding all the employees. I love hearing the unusual names of places in Australia far more interesting than our place names. So unusual living underground too.

    #19151
    Marie-Claire
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    • 70
    • Junior

    Rae Bordua, thank you !

    #19153
    Marie-Claire
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    • 70
    • Junior

    Hi! this is my work out for Day 3<span id=”result_box” class=”short_text” lang=”en” tabindex=”-1″></span>

    #19154
    Marlene Lingham
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    • Enthusiast

    That is a lovely page Marie-Claire, beautiful photos of spectacular scenery and the dog is gorgeous!

    #19156
    Sheila Hogg
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    • 421
    • Enthusiast

    Lovely, lovely pages on here.

    Here is my day 6. I used a backer from cassel and a brick font by Carol Brooksbank from 1001 fonts.com.

    TFL.

     

    Sheila x

    #19157
    AprilDawn
    Participant
    • 783
    • Superfan

    Hello Everyone, just want to say each one of your pages are lovely…. As I registered late for this challenge and then had some Technical Difficulties in trying to post anything in the Forum I have decided to create some pages with Cassel’s tutorials at a future time.

    I have enjoyed viewing all of your wonderful projects… so again… to you all… Well Done!

    Dawn.

    #19162
    Jan Wilson
    Participant
    • 52
    • Junior

    Finally got to finish Day 6.   I have skipped Day 5 for the moment and turned what I was going to use into Day 6.

    This is a tribute to a Vietnamese friend.

     

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