Quick-Page Workshop – May 2022

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  • #77036
    Pirkko
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    Here is my QP5-May Extra

    #77037
    Ann Seeber
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    Sue Thomas: Thank you for your little “tut.” I’ll try it but don’t expect anything like your masterpiece! As to the jelly, mine is organic with no additives, just fruit, juice and a little pectin to firm it up. My wild birds eat better than I do! 😉

    #77039
    Sue Thomas
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    Ann, thank you for that, but I’m sue you will do an equally as good job on the monogram  title. Once you have converted to a raster it’s  a simple case of adding the  glitter, or whatever you want, and adding an inner bevel.  as for the line extensions done with the pen tool, make sure the width matches the monogram.  I look forward to seeing what you come up with.  I’m a frequent visitor to a fruit farm throughout the summer, so the freezer gets filled with  many different fruits.  So I  overindulge the wildlife when they arrive.  Like your birds, mine   also dine better than I do.

    #77044
    Susan Ewart
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    Pirkko, that is an awesome layout.  Love the cats paw reaching out of the frame for the string, great touch.

    I had “issue’s” with PSP.  so here’s one layout.  And I’m walkin’ away for a while.

     

    #77046
    cindy harris
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    All your Art is so good…    I think I got them all /dl and U/l

    Had so much fun to

    #77049
    Susan Ewart
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    I like what you added to your layout Cindy.

    My extra page.  My silversmithing days.  sterling silver/pearls (3 photos), sterling silver end caps/clasp bead crochet necklaces.

     

     

    #77052
    Pirkko
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    #77054
    matsugirl
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    Pictures taken 2008.  Cockatiels are Mocha and Dozer.

     

    After I uploaded my LO, I noticed a couple of typos.  I fixed them on my computer.  I love undo! 🙂

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    #77057
    James Durrant
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    • Junior

    This is my QP5 . I call it this mornings budding roses.

    I saw them from my window and had to take a photo before the wind or rain could damage them, (we only have a shower of rain forcast for today so they should be ok).

    #77058
    Ann Seeber
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    Pirkko: I’m admiring your layout with the cat’s paw and the purple yarn. Very effective!

    #77060
    Jnet Allard
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    Pictures and comments full of interesting tips.  Great work everyone!

    QP 6

     

    #77062
    Ann Seeber
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    QP-6: Grand-Nephew Carter Thorpe is the GRUMPY BABYFACE WINNER!

    #77064
    Anne Lamp
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    Here is Q P 5  Pictures taken from our Wedding album.  The one was taken in the car as we left the Church.  I always liked the picture of our hands with the flowers and our wedding certificate.

    #77066
    Pirkko
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    my QP6-May – Extra

    #77068
    Nancy McNamara
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    QP6-Photos from my phone, I thought this was a nice layout to showcase some of my flowers from last year!

    #77071
    Pirkko
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    QP7-May

    #77073
    Pirkko
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    and here is QP7-May Extra

    #77084
    cindy harris
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    All you all are so Awesome…….. your work….. I think Art

    The Anns  are and Sue right Pirkko yours is to always so  cool.  Is that your parents working to build ppl tings?

    #77088
    cindy harris
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    Oh heres a old one of the doggies  mine and my daughters

     

    Thor pasted aways the other day 🙁   Wow what a Super dog he was, miss him.  But he was loved everyday and that day.  He was 16 and had Cancer on his face Thor was unmatched on everything.

    #77090
    Nancy McNamara
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    QP-7 Such a fun time family visiting…Our Nephew was all dressed up and ready for the busy day that was planned…. then he found a puddle while my husband and I were watching him…. he was (we were) having so much fun that we couldn’t stop him…talk about great moments…. then mom came along…. I think she was more upset with us than she was with our Nephew!

    #77091
    cindy harris
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    Nancy  Your good

    Hes so cute, a puddle is better than any toy 🙂       Your good I mean at digital scrapbooking

    #77095
    Marie-Claire
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    So much fun looking at all your works. Too much to write a word about everything, also because English is not my native language, but it’s nice here, to share so much with each other. Thank you Carole for making this possible.

    QP6 and Extra6.
    Photo’s are for the first time not of me, but are free stock photo’s.

    #77098
    Susan Ewart
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    Here are my last two Quick Pages.  Using a photo project that is ongoing since 2018.  Hopefully it doesn’t make your eyes go crazy.

    Wonderful layouts from everyone.  And seeing photo’s encompassing several of the frames is a really cool look I will remember to try.  I had also forgotten about Inverting the selection to delete the extra parts of the photo.  I used Selection > Feather on an images I added as an extra, thanks to Sue’s explanation.

    Thank you Carole, for another workshop filled with everyone’s inspirational layouts.

     

    #77100
    Linda J Walker
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    Smiling as I look at everyone’s layouts!

    Day 6 – When I watched the video yesterday, I picked photos. But after watching the video for Day 7, I changed my mind and decided I want to use them for day 7….so I picked some more garden photos instead! It is a bit early to plant tomatoes here in western Pennsylvania, but I planted a couple a week ago. My theory is only plant what you can afford to lose this early. And so far, the weather has been good, only time will tell if it was a good decision. It is always fun to get a ripe tomato early, so sometimes I will take the chance. And yes, only a gardener gets excited about the roots!

     

    #77115
    matsugirl
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    That you Cassel for the great workshop.  The tip about the selection tool was a huge help! 🙂  I enjoyed seeing everyone’s quick pages!

    Have a nice summer everyone!

    #77118
    Jnet Allard
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    • 167
    • Junior

    Good work everyone. It’s always a pleasure to see what you do!

    QP7

    #77121
    Susan Ewart
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    I just downloaded this Quick Page from Digital Scrapbook.  Using the search function sure makes it easier to see just the Quick Pages.  This one is called Unwind by Melo Vrijhof.

    I found this robin picture in my files from 2020.  It was the first time I had seen a robin using my bird baths.  This was May 17th.  It must have been a warmer spring as we still have 0 degree temperatures (Celsius) in the morning so I haven’t put them out yet.  I need find a better way to organize my photos so it makes finding them easier.

    #77123
    Ann Seeber
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    Susan: That is so cute! I love seeing the birds bathe. I have a birdbath but they’ll only drink from it; no baths and it’s been there for 3 years now!

    Here’s my QP7-Extra. I’ve been looking for a way to use this Chuck Calio photo of our nearby climbing area. I used the Adjust Layers on the colors and removed all and then painted some back on using Paint to Target.

    Here’s a copy of the wording at the bottom in case the reduced version is too small:

    The Shawangunk Ridge, also known as the Shawangunk Mountains or The Gunks, is a ridge of bedrock in Ulster County, Sullivan County and Orange County in the state of New York, extending from the northernmost point of the border with New Jersey to the Catskills. (Photo by Chuck Calio)

    #77133
    Sue Thomas
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    Susan, a lovely QP of the Robin taking a bath.  My bird baths have  been out and  used a lot by all the birds  arriving for some 6 weeks or so. A present I have 5 baths out . If its going to freeze I will empty them just after dark. From  when the first Robin arrived, each one a different size and depth to cater for  the smallest to  the largest of birds.  The depth of a bird bath will determine which birds will use which bath.  The shy birds   like their baths on the ground, under a canopy of foliage.   Many of my  Robins will take a drink/ bath, and then hop to the feeder for a blueberry or two.  They have become quite predictable.  One  thing I don’t do is put out heated watering bowls during the winter, as  birds have been know to bath, and then freeze their feet to metal.  They are quite adapted to eating snow.

    #77135
    Ann Seeber
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    QP-6: EXTRA-Sunrise on the Hudson

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