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  • #87172
    Anita Wyatt
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    Here is card 6. I chose another Christmas card and after having a hard time with the warp brush, I decided to use a gold pattern from my PSP resource files. The picture showcases my feline friends our for a fun ride in Santa’s sled. The font is Elegans from Creative Fabrica, the star is a picture tube and the ribbon is from Digital Scrapbooking.Thank you Carole for another wonderful class packed with lots ot fun and  new tips. I will be working on Lesson 7 tomorrow.

    Card-6-Christmas-Sled-scaled

    #87175
    MoniqueN.
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    What a succes this workshop is with such wonderful projects! 🙂

    #87187
    Sue Thomas
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    Played around with creating some envelopes.  Here’s one of them.  I used a vector shape, rectangle, rounded corners, and the pen tool.  Following Carole’s day 7 tutorial, to complete the card workshop.    Later on I will be posting the envelope in the file section on FB.  For those that would like to have it, to use in their projects.  It will be a PSP file, with everything on separate layers.  Excluding shadows.

    #87190
    Cassel
    Keymaster
    • 2500
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    Jnet (#87115), was the ribbon irregular to start with or did you curve it yourself?

    Michele (#87121), as a DIAMOND member, it will still be available in the Workshops section for you.

    Ann (#87126), once in a while, some anti-virus or browsers throw such a warning. You all know that the Campus is safe, right?

    Kasany (#87130), kind of a monochrome card. Unusual and unique.

    Sue (#87137), I agree that adding a hint of grey and a texture makes a background more interesting.

    Donna (#87139), you will be able to send this card to your guests if you ever have a get-together next year. Congratulations!

    Ann (#87141), you are most welcome. That card really made me smile.

    Anne (#87148), that gold lace is lovely!

    Lynda (#87152), two cards in one. You will have a nice collection to pick from!

    Corrie (#87157), although the envelope tutorial was for making a tangible paper envelope, it can also be used digitally too, like you did. Great idea to show that option.

    Marie-Claire (#87155), this is a cute hummingbird that you found. I’ll have to check for more templates on that site too.

    Lesley (#87168), for a quick answer, I often use “Lock transparency” if I need to color a shape and need the edges to be as smooth as they are initially. Using the Magic Wand to make the selection will give a pixellated edge (pretty ugly). As a new DIAMOND member, you might want to add that question for our next Q&A session, and I can give a demonstration. Check the DIAMOND only section of the forum.

    Shirley (#87171), that is a lovely card. Take it easy and take care of yourself. We are all thinking of you.

    Anita (#87172), that is such a fun montage. Today, at the mall, there was a little area with artwork and four paintings were cats and dogs in human attire. Your card made me think of those!

    This workshop was a definite success! We had 47 active posters and a total of 171 different cards created and shared in this thread (maybe some worked on their cards and didn’t post them) for 19 occasions! This thread will stay open so if you are just catching up, you can still post your projects.

    If you have not yet filled the survey, please do so on this link.

    #87192
    Jnet Allard
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    Irregular, I was doing a test and as I liked it I kept it.

    #87211
    Mary Solaas
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    Working my way through. Card 4 – needed a card for my granddaughter.

    #87214
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Giraffe graphic, Will You be My Valentine graphic, and Agustine Script font are all from Creative Fabrica. Corners are Carole’s heart brush.

    #87236
    Mary Solaas
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    And Card 5 (I’ve got a grandson to card for his birthday)

    #87241
    Shirley
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    Card 5. I chose the rocking horse, I don’t know if it was a good idea or not, there were more pieces to shadow etc. I also reduced the card width in size. I used Ccarole’s scollop stript on the ribbon.

    #87254
    Shirley
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    #87285
    Mary Solaas
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    And card 6 – great grandson made eagle!

    #87352
    Mary Solaas
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    And now card #7. this is a birthday card for a little girl – still have some great granddaughters and am expecting a great great granddaughter in a couple of weeks; so this card should be good with subtle changes in the dress, etc. I made the hair brown because my Cinderellas have brown hair. The other elements are my own except the sparkly frame is Cass sparkly pattern.

    #87408
    MoniqueN.
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    I needed a man card, so made one 😉 Uncle is 80 this week 🙂 Used Carole’s datestamp 🙂 All the other materials from my stash or from www. pngegg.com/

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    #87416
    Corrie Kinkel
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    Mary, wow a great great granddaughter that is something not everybody will experience; congrats and let us know when she has arrived! You are going to need many more cards in the future.

    #87419
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Elephant is Sheila Reid at Creative Fabrica, the ribbon is made by myself, the font is Babyface

    #87420
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Monique,

    Happy 80th birthday to your Uncle… it’s a milestone!

    Time to celebrate.

    Lynda

    #87421
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Mary, love your birthday celebrations for your greats.

    Lynda

    #87426
    Shirley
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    • 251
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    WOW Mary! a great great grandchild, that is so special. My eldest Great is 19, but can’t see any double greats coming for some time.

    #87430
    cindy harris
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    Hello,

    Started and started over for a week but I got it I think done with the right template  I am on the card 3 now

    More confident.   Thank You all  I am so happy to post this, and to I got my scripts back I think lol

    #87431
    Corrie Kinkel
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    Cindy you did it! I’m glad you have your scripts back. Computers sometimes work in mysterious ways.

    #87432
    Ann Seeber
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    Oh, that’s nice, Cindy! I like how you used the glitter. Great work!

    #87442
    Mary Solaas
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    Cindy – like your sparkly card – the cupcakes look good.

    #87443
    Susan Ewart
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    Cindy, Bravo!  You never give up, that’s inspiring.  Love the glitter too, because you can never have enough glitter I say.   Great name you gave the file, it’s perfect (I did it).  Looking forward to card 4.

     

    #87445
    Marie-Claire
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    Cindy, Well done ! 👍

    #87449
    cindy harris
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    You all are the Best!

    I feel soo good now  thank you Nice Women    ( I love Glitter) and Scripts and tubes and All You All.  🙂

    You guys made my day!    Thank You

    #87451
    Marie-Claire
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    • 344
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    Card 6
    Ribbon made with cass-RibbonFactory script that I bought today 😊, it saves you a lot of time and is fun to play with. You can choose the colors from your photo or project. Here I have chosen a color from the flowers.
    Background : A gradient made of colors from the photo.
    Font : Freestyle Script.
    Photo is a free desktop wallpaper

    #87457
    Suzy
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    • 171
    • Junior

    Hi, everybody, was down with the flu…a real killer. I’d advise against it. :). I do not believe I have ever had a worse year health-wise in my entire life, even adding all the years together, I don’t think would come up to this year!

    meanwhile a crop of very lovely and wonderful, creative cards was posted while I was sick, and I have to mention a couple – the ones on this page because I can’t go back without losing my text – because I just HAVE TO! The cats in the sleigh! Anita, did you put your own cats photos into the outfits? I just thought it was so cute! Hilariously cute! So Victorian!

    mary, congratulations on your Eagle Scout! That’s wonderful! (Along with the g great! Holy cow!)

    Monique, very interesting on the date stamp script. I need to go back and look at it because what you did was very hip and cool. I didn’t realize that was the script. I thought it put a date on the bottom of your pic, so I definitely need to go back and see it in the store! Or did you do something different? Please tell!

    Marie-Claire, you are a bad influence on me….first the palette maker2 script, now the ribbon factory! 🙂 just kidding I appreciate seeing them in action.

    sue, I need help. You have a perfectly sized texture on your blue Christmas card with the bells on it. File name Day7-1, I think. The texture is not too deep, not too shallow, not too big, but big enough to see in the gallery. How did you do it!???

    Cindy, YGG!  I thought you were new? If you are new at PSP, then you are amazing to have done that cupcake card. I thought it was hard! Even if you are not new, I found it Definitely challenging!

    and Shirley, you and your friend look like you’ve had a lot -a whole lot – of good times between you!

    I did a little Black Friday shopping at the scrapbook stores….one of them had Christmas tags…maybe $2.00 for 15? I was going to buy them then I figured, “nah, I can just make them myself.” Hahaha. Not sure it’s true. And I have to buy some wrapping paper to having something to match. With my new palette script!

    I guess that’s it. I haven’t spoken to anybody in what? 5 days? Missed Thanksgiving at my daughter’s. My husband stayed with me, so she was stuck with a big spread and no guests. 🙁  Sorry I’m so chatty. Just glad I’m not in the hospital, though my husband had them in speed dial because I was really sick.

     

     

    #87473
    Ann Seeber
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    • 1310
    • Superfan

    Oh, Suzy-so glad to see you back in good health now. We missed you and sorry you missed Thanksgiving dinner. It’s one of the highlights of my year. Stay well! 🙂

    #87496
    Marie-Claire
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    • 344
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    Suzy, (#87457) for this card 7, I didn’t use a script, I don’t dare anymore LOL

    card 7
    Flowers : from PngTree
    font is Dialova, at Creative Fabrica

    #87501
    Susan Ewart
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    Yikes Suzy! Glad to hear you came out the other side of the flu and are back to the land of the living.

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