Quick Page Workshop – Feb 2022

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  • #71286
    Cassel
    Keymaster
    • 2132
    • Superfan

    First of all, come and say HI once you register for this workshop.

    We want to know who else will be there, on our side to encourage us.

    Every page we will make will be different, based on each others’ photos, stories, and preferences but we can all get inspired by everyone’s projects.

    Once the workshop is started, on February 14th, you can post your pages in here.

    Make sure to resize your image to 600 pixels before uploading it so it won’t slow down the site when we have all those pages.

    Remember that each page should not take you longer than 5 minutes to complete.

    (if you missed the registration link or if you want to invite a friend to join you, HERE it is).

    Who is going to be doing their FIRST digital scrapbook pages?

    #71290
    Julie Magerka
    Participant
    • 73
    • Junior

    I did my first Quick Page today. For once, I felt quite competent. The steps involved are things I’ve used for a while. I can’t wait until I get a challenge that stumps me! (That shouldn’t take long ;-)) I don’t have a large collection of pix, so I have to work with the ones I have. I don’t think the image matches the feel of the QP, but hey!

    #71299
    James Durrant
    Participant
    • 107
    • Junior

    I cnnot log onto the Quick Page Day 1 . What password do I use ?

    I have received the updated email now so I can now see the page . Thankyou

    #71302
    Anita Wyatt
    Participant
    • 126
    • Junior

    Quick Page Workshop 1. I used the Valentine Cat graphic from Creative Fabrica, added pink background from Digital Scrapbooking (Janet Scott) . resized the scale to make the background lighter. Added Sheila font with glyphs from Creative Fabrica and applied drop shadow. Used Cassel’s confetti script to create heart scatters in top corners.. Then I changed Hue and Saturation (which I learned in an earlier workshop) to make graphic and template blend well. Happy Valentine’s Day Everyone!

    #71304
    Anita Wyatt
    Participant
    • 126
    • Junior

    Quick Page Workshop 1-Extra: I used one of my garden pictures showing the Texas Star Hibiscus. Despite its name, Texas Star Hibiscus (Hibiscus coccineus) is not a Texas Native, though it is native to North America. A vigorous perennial hardy in Zones 6-11, it produces large, star-shaped, white, or bright red flowers that bloom from late spring into fall. It grows 4-6 feet tall x 3-4 feet wide on average but can get larger. Font is Chandiluna from Creative Fabrica, I duplicated vector  layer converted to raster and added inner bevel.

    #71308
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    • 1351
    • Superfan

    Will is now 4…this was his last birthday before Covid…we’ve had 2 Zoom birthday celebrations since.

    #71311
    Jean Naumann
    Participant
    • 53
    • Junior

    Hello everyone, here is my quick page 1.  This is my granddaughter Bianca, photo taken Christmas Day 2002. Soo long ago!

    #71314
    trish williams
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    • Superfan
    #71320
    Anne Lamp
    Participant
    • 234
    • Enthusiast

    QP 1 Here is my dog having fun in the snow a couple of years ago.

    #71324
    Anne Lamp
    Participant
    • 234
    • Enthusiast

    QP   1  extra   Tatted butterfly

    #71326
    Randy
    Participant
    • 55
    • Junior

    Here is my QP1 page. I decided to use the flags to give the name of the flower that this bloom is from.

    #71338
    Linda J Walker
    Participant
    • 111
    • Junior

    Day 1 Quick Page.

    A few years ago I scanned a bunch of old b/w negatives from my husbands family, using one today.

     

    #71340
    Cassel
    Keymaster
    • 2132
    • Superfan

    James, I sent a correction to the URL for the first page. Did the email reach you?

    #71341
    Euka
    Participant
    • 105
    • Junior

    Quick Page  1.  No changes to the layout and Chikita font for the text.

    Is the Masks workshop image at the top of the page for this workshop or an upcoming workshop Carole?

    #71343
    Mary Solaas
    Participant
    • 409
    • Enthusiast

    Well, I finally found my answer to my trouble in posting (I think).  It pays to look at how you are resizing an image – I had previously been resizing by percentage, so when I went to resize my layout, it was increasing the size by 600%.  Wow!

    #71344
    Susan Ewart
    Participant
    • 357
    • Enthusiast

    My very first Quick Page.  An image from a very small pond near my house when I lived in Chilliwack, BC.  It is on a flight path for many geese as was our house (so lucky!).  This tiny pond that took only 10 minutes to walk around and saw well over 800 geese stop by every morning to spend the day before taking off for the nearby farm fields.   My husband and I and a random stranger always arrive close to their take-off time and we attempted to count the groups as they left the pond.  We stopped counting after 800!  There is also quite a variety of other water fowl too.  I really miss living there.

    #71346
    Mary Solaas
    Participant
    • 409
    • Enthusiast

    And I have already finished the extra.

    #71347
    Nana Ray
    Participant
    • 11
    • Rookie

    I can not find a pass word for logging to  Quick-Page Workshop – Day 1.  Am I missing a email?

    Nana Ray

    #71348
    Cassel
    Keymaster
    • 2132
    • Superfan

    Julie, that is the goal of using Quick-Pages: very few steps and tools are needed so it makes things simpler.

    Anita, interesting way to tweak your page. Good idea.

    Bonnie, that is a great way to customize the generic page by adding letters to the banners.

    Jean, the colors of the photo match the page perfectly!

    Trish, you also found a photo with the same colors as the page.

    Anne L., if you want to add letters on the banners, you might want to rotate them slightly, to match the angle of each banner.

    Randy, that is such a nice flower.

    Linda, a black and white photo stands out well on such a colorful page.

    Euka, my first reaction was to wonder if those were your pets in the backyard!

    Mary, yikes, 600% would definitely not fit!

    Susan, such a cute photo. You will see, quick-pages can be a very useful supply for showcasing photos.

    Nana, it was an incorrect URL in the email. Did you receive the correction email afterward?

    #71361
    Sharon Cope Carriere
    Participant
    • 51
    • Junior

    Quick Page Workshop finished Page #1 and additional page for Diamond member

    #71364
    Susan Ewart
    Participant
    • 357
    • Enthusiast

    Here’s my extra QP (thank you Carole).  Not from Sardis pond.  This guy/gal is from the Vancouver Game Farm, which is of course in Abbotsford, BC and not in Vancouver at all.  Makes perfect sense, right?  About 40 minutes from where I lived in Chilliwack, we’d pack up a dinner and go and sit and watch the antics of the lemurs.  They had an enclosure with very tall trees.  I use the word enclosure loosely because there was no fence, just a moat around the trees.  Apparently they don’t like water, and we were surprised they just didn’t climb up high and jump to a tree on the outside of the moat.  They were so much fun to watch.

    #71365
    Susan Ewart
    Participant
    • 357
    • Enthusiast

    I see what you mean Carole, these pages are quick and easy to do without having to worry about finding the perfect papers and elements.

    • This reply was modified 3 months ago by Susan Ewart. Reason: wrong word
    #71367
    Nana Ray
    Participant
    • 11
    • Rookie

    No I have not received a new link or password for the Quick-Page Workshop – Day 1.

     

    #71372
    Paul Donati
    Participant
    • 18
    • Rookie

    My first QP. The photo I used is of my old garden 10 or 12 years ago.

    #71381
    MoniqueN.
    Participant
    • 278
    • Enthusiast

    QP- day 1

    I changed the background colour and added text 🙂

    #71386
    Susan Ewart
    Participant
    • 357
    • Enthusiast

    Another waterfowl (mallard duck) from the pond in Sardis Park, Chilliwack, BC. I call it “Morning Dance”.  And my QP extra is from a drive in the Fraser Canyon (British Columbia).  Eagles are plenty in that part of the world.  Harrison Mills, close to Chilliwack, has a salmon run that attracts many Eagles.  They also hang out in the farm fields.  This particular tree was down a steep embankment so the Eagle was at my height where I shot the photo from.

    #71392
    Pirkko
    Participant
    • 212
    • Enthusiast

    here is my result for Quick Page Workshop – Feb 2022

    images are from Unsplash – I little change the brightness of the Quick-Page itself. The biggest challenge I think is finding the right colored images for these backgrounds – are so very variegated

    #71398
    Ann Seeber
    Participant
    • 939
    • Superfan

    Quick Page #02 – My family is Ready for Mardi Gras! My daughter, Debbie and her granddaughter, Magic, are draped in Mardi Gras beads for this photo from Northern California. New Orleans was the home of Deb’s husband, Lucky, and for many years they lived there. This is a reprise of a previous Quick Page for me, but I felt the design worked for the excess that Mardi Gras is famous for! The headline font is Horror, and I used a black stroke to emphasize it. I found the Mardi Gras beads on NicePNG, the brad I already had.

    #71400
    trish williams
    Participant
    • 757
    • Superfan

    QP day 2

    #71402
    Pirkko
    Participant
    • 212
    • Enthusiast

    Here is my result for Busy-QPExtra

    I had to change the colors a bit to get them to match the actual image

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