January FREEBIE challenge

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  • #51293
    Cassel
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    Freebies are great resources that you can find in many places to build a library of elements, graphics and tools. Since they are free, they are available to all.

    Let’s see how you can use some fun free elements in your next graphics projects.

    If you have any project related to cooking, baking or anything else in the kitchen, you might like this alphabet made of flour (click on the image to reach the download page).

    And if you want to use those letters for something different than flour (like paprika, curry, etc.) that is of a different color, you can use the tutorial HERE to colorize something white.

    Are you up to the challenge? Post your projects in this thread 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). Or you can post it in our Facebook group.

    #51298
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    The d/l link goes nowhere. I get to the d/l page but link goes nowhere.

    #51301
    Cassel
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    Thanks, Bonnie for pointing that out. It is fixed now.

    #51396
    Anne Lamp
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    I started out with a blank canvas and floodfilled it with blue.  Everything else was freebees, mostly from here.  The wallpaper I used for part of the background was from a kit that was also free.  (sorry in my reorganizing I lost track of where it came from)

    #51797
    Minka
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    I’ve been meaning to get to this one. Just a simple idea … but it worked, I think. 🙂 Not all people want to avoid the snow. Loads head right for it and would stay there forever! Once upon a day, that might have been me, too!

    #51810
    Mary Solaas
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    Love it, Minka.  I am in a clime where it snows occasionally and not usually several feet deep.  I have a picture I use presently as my wallpaper on my pc that I have been toying with using as a scrapbook page so maybe I will go ahead and work on it.  It was a morning after a small snowfall in Memphis and the picture helps me to feel that great feeling of snow in the morning when it is fresh and not dirty slushy.  Thanks for your great snow picture.

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