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  • #85190
    Cassel
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    • 2497
    • Superfan

    This is a brand-new workshop that will illustrate 7 ways to create greeting cards for any occasion you want.

    The workshop will start on November 14th.

    Register here

    Who will join us?

     

    #85197
    Susan Ewart
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    • 740
    • Enthusiast

    I will join for sure.

    #85198
    Corrie Kinkel
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    • 1035
    • Superfan

    I’ll be there!!!

    #85199
    Ann Seeber
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    • 1309
    • Superfan

    I’ll be there!

    #85204
    Bonnie Ballentine
    Participant
    • 1623
    • Superfan

    Looking forward to participating!

    #85211
    Marie-Claire
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    • 344
    • Enthusiast

    Me too !

    #85215
    Donna Sillia
    Participant
    • 41
    • Rookie

    I will definitely participate since I make a lot of my own cards!

    #85222
    Sue Thomas
    Participant
    • 1558
    • Superfan

    I will be participating.

    #85229
    Donna
    Participant
    • 2
    • Rookie

    Looking forward to it.

    #85230
    Donna Sillia
    Participant
    • 41
    • Rookie

    I will definitely participate. I am currently working on a wedding card.

    #85247
    Anita Wyatt
    Participant
    • 174
    • Junior

    I will be there. I am looking forward to it.

    #85251
    Cristina
    Participant
    • 1558
    • Superfan

    Count me in 🙂

    #85255
    Michele
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    • 1387
    • Superfan

    What a great idea for a workshop. I’m sure many of us use PSP to make cards and will learn a lot from you.

    #85260
    Jnet Allard
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    • 179
    • Junior

    I will be there on the 14th – 15th – 16th – 17th.  For the last 3 days it will depend on my WiFi connection in Mexico

     

    #85265
    Linda J Walker
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    • 142
    • Junior

    I hope so! I need to look at my schedule tho.

    #85327
    Roni Hewitt
    Participant
    • 4
    • Rookie

    I’m looking forward to it also.  Home-made cards are more special to the recipient.

    #85328
    Cindy Sheets
    Participant
    • 3
    • Rookie

    Definitely interested in this one. I am currently working on one for my sister.

    #85330
    Sharla
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    • 107
    • Junior

    Looking forward to it.

    #85331
    kasany
    Participant
    • 62
    • Junior

    I’m also interested in this theme.

    #85332
    trish williams
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    • 786
    • Superfan

    I’ll be there

     

    #85338
    Susan Caron
    Participant
    • 28
    • Rookie

    I’d like to participate. I love making cards and envelopes when I have the time.

    #85378
    Cassel
    Keymaster
    • 2497
    • Superfan

    Registration is now open. You can register HERE.

    #85380
    Sue Thomas
    Participant
    • 1558
    • Superfan

    I have registered!   Many of you will already know that for many  years now, well since I moved to Canada I have created my own cards/ecards/ calendars.   Back in the early days I used Picture It and Publisher by Microsoft.  Before switching to PSP.  On occasion I will  create an envelope to match the card.  I have several envelope templates, some which I have  created myself, some using  Carol’s  envelope scripts, others my own templates.  There is something very rewarding and personal in  creating one’s own cards, using  one’s own photos.  As always, the recipients,  are in awe, regarding each one as a unique,  priceless piece of  work, created specifically for them.

    #85392
    Corrie Kinkel
    Participant
    • 1035
    • Superfan

    I have registered too! Of course I have and some of you will know that I always have made my own cards one way or the other. I started doing so by using paper and pencils, cutting out embellishments and glueing them on etc. But now in the digital world I make my cards on the computer. I started with Data Becker that no longer exists. After a couple of years I bought my first PSP and from there on the rest is history. I always use my own photos, often of flowers and make my cards from scratch or use a template. I find it very rewarding that I can create cards that are special for the recipients. A couple of years ago I had handsurgery and was in a cast for 2 months, so I couldn’t make my X-mascards as usual. My family and friends understood but were, a year later, very happy to get their cards again!

    #85398
    Sue Thomas
    Participant
    • 1558
    • Superfan

    Starting to prepare for the  challenge.  I have several elderly aunts that knit, crochet,  and sew.  Thought I’d create knitting effect cards for them.

    #85402
    AprilDawn
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    • 858
    • Superfan

    I have registered  for this card workshop as  cardmaking is my main use for PSP…. look forward to seeing everyone’s  creative projects…. best wishes to everyone

    Dawn.

    #85407
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    • 1623
    • Superfan

    I have registered.

    #85606
    Suzy
    Participant
    • 170
    • Junior

    I’ve registered, but I’m not very good at it, never send them, and have severe troubles when it comes to print. The only cards I’ve figured out how to print are postcards….namely dues notices for the Daffodil Society, LOL!  I feel triumphant because my name and address are on the backside, and facing the right direction!  I also just did a postcard for daffodil show publicity for 2023, single sided.

    Anything that folds is a headache for me, so I am looking forward to learning some tricks! I also have a double sided printer, so perhaps that will help me?!

    Do any of you remember when cards were a single piece of paper folded into quarters, and not made from cardstock at all?

    #85860
    MoniqueN.
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    • 363
    • Enthusiast

    Sue #85380 I also used Publisher for years! For a family newsletter about everything our family did, a booklet for the fanclub of my favourite singer I was the chairman/woman? of for years, etc.
    Then I switched to cardmaking with cardstock, with a machine, now an electric one (Couture creations Go power), at first a manual one. With PSP I was never satisfied about how it looked, very amateurish, not nice enough to send.

    Corrie
    #85392 I used Data Becker too years ago, there was also Davilex who had nice programs to use.

    I’m very happy I bought a Cricut machine, I use it for paper, vinyl, iron on etc. I really could use an aid for the housekeeping, addictive hobby’s!

    Looking forward to learn how to make cards with PSP. 🙂

    #86013
    John Zippro
    Participant
    • 4
    • Rookie

    Looking forward to the class…

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