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- This topic has 19 replies, 9 voices, and was last updated 4 years, 7 months ago by Cristina.
December 11, 2016 at 10:34 am #11763CasselKeymaster
As for any type of sharing, we need to put a few basic rules in place:
- Only share files, images and elements that you have created yourself. We don’t want to infringe on any copyrights
- Use your own “hosting” for the files and just link in here. It will help the site load faster.
- Share files, images and elements that were created mostly using tutorials in the Campus or products in the Creation Cassel store. We don’t want this forum to become “only” a freebie place to promote other sites.
- If possible, share a link of the tutorial or product you used from the Campus or the store. Others would love to know as it will help them learn more about the process. If you add details of how you did it, even better!
- And if you download something from another member, leave a little thank you message. Everyone appreciate such a comment.
Now, it is your time to share!December 12, 2016 at 12:27 pm #11788
Here are 3 PNG images I made using Cassel’s Inked Edge Script. Hope someone can find a use for them.December 12, 2016 at 12:29 pm #11789
Forgot the details! I used a preset shape, filled with colour of choice ran and followed the script instructions.
Sheila xxDecember 14, 2016 at 4:01 am #11794Paige
Oh, This is so exciting!! I love sharing, but usually don’t know who to share with. 🙂 I have so many things I’ve created using the tutorials and classes here. I can’t wait to get a few on here.
Thank you, Sheila for the really cute tags. That script looks awesome! I’m sure I can use those, so thanks again!! 🙂
So, here are all the files I created and used to make a Mittens .png for the Calendar Challenge here. This is the picture of it, and it is included in the zip for download here as well. Also, everything I’ve made is using Paint Shop Pro X9. I do have an old version of Jasc version 8 on my computer, and X7 too. I don’t know how these files would work in them though… I didn’t try them in those versions.
The clothes pin was created using Cassel’s tutorial here:
The knit texture was created by me, using a scan of a sweater I have and creating a seamless texture in PSP after playing with the “pattern” effect. The other knit texture was just used as a fill for the top of the mitten, but in the end I found a fuzzy look was best. However, the second knit texture was created using a tutorial for a tube, then to create a tile. The tutorial is here:
The Band of the mitten was made using a brush I created from a snowflake vector. I have included the brush and the preset for the variance settings.
The “clothes line” is made from a natural rope tube available in Cassel’s store, here:
Finally, the entire mitten is saved as a pspimage (Paint Shop Pro X9) in the original layers used to create the final .png file.
I hope someone will be able to use all the files somehow, in their scrapbook creations.
Here’s a pic of the png and the download ZIP IS HERE.December 15, 2016 at 3:23 pm #11797
Thanks Paige. Your mittens are fab so thanks for the share of them. Your post has given me food for thought and I will use my PB link next time to save space usage here. I like that you had a download zipped file and must learn how to do that.
Sheila xDecember 16, 2016 at 9:19 am #11799
Thanks, Sheila for these beautiful images. They look great!
Paige, your mittens are so cute! Love it!
Thank you both for sharing. 🙂December 16, 2016 at 4:23 pm #11801mireilleParticipant
Good evening Paige,
Thank you for the sharing.December 17, 2016 at 2:53 am #11803Paige
You’re all very welcome. 🙂February 6, 2017 at 8:29 am #12111Jodi
I won Cassel’s Word Insert script! yay!! After helping me figure out that I needed to patch my program, we got the script working and the first thing I did was do a cutout on a photo of my grandson. 🙂 I love it! Thank you so much Carol!February 6, 2017 at 9:14 am #12118Sue ThomasParticipant
Firstly congratulations on winning the script Jodi. That’s awesome, thank you for sharing it with us. I bought the word cut out scrip, which I use extensively with my photos( Spring project). In the birthday greeting to Caroline (in Welsh) I cut the word out myself using the tutorial in the creative scrap. Happy projecting! (if that’s a word!!! 🙂February 6, 2017 at 12:32 pm #12119CasselKeymaster
Jodi and Sue, would you mind copying your post in the Showroom section? This thread if for file sharing instead of showing your projects. They will get seen more in another thread. I could try to move them, but i am afraid i would lose them in the process.February 6, 2017 at 1:09 pm #12120Jodi
on it! 🙂 And thank you Sue 🙂February 6, 2017 at 4:12 pm #12123Sue ThomasParticipant
Sorry about that I thought we were in the showroom section. You are welcome Jodi! 🙂July 29, 2018 at 8:42 am #20413DeLoris MusickParticipant
I made a dotted paper using Lab 05 – 09. Use the link below if you want it.
That module is sooo informative and I have enjoyed learning. I added a texture overlay to the paper to give it some dimension. The link will be good for a week.
DeLorisAugust 1, 2018 at 11:36 pm #20463DeLoris MusickParticipant
I made a page for my yearly photo book of Heidi. I used Snickerdoodles Designs This Is Me August Collection and her Colorizers (on some of Heidi’s photos). I made the photos black & white and put the colorizers over the photos and changed the Properties to overlay.
I thought it made a nice effect on her photos.
DeLorisAugust 11, 2018 at 6:11 am #20659
Hi Scrapbook Campus. This one is for this months circus theme. It is a cluster I created using Cassel’s script Cluster Maker plus elements, papers, ribbons etcetera I have created from lessons on Scrapbook Campus. The link for those who wish to download is below and will be available for a week to 10 days.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/qnnm8xw299ti3mp/cass-cluster-circus-elephant-1.png?dl=0August 11, 2018 at 8:16 am #20663
Hi Scrapbook Campus Friends. Same again using Cass’s script Cluster Maker, papers, elements etcetera all my own creations from lessons learned on Scrapbook Campus. Fab tuts Cass, my knowledge expands everyday and, as a bonus, your site has enabled me to come to grips with severe depression and anxiety which has plagued me for most of my life … thank you. Link for the download below should any of you care to use it. Thanks for takin a peek my friend. <3 Annie T
Apologies … I forgot to mention that the cluster will be available for a week to 10 days. If it goes beyond that time just ask and I will forward to you. <3 Annie TAugust 11, 2018 at 9:14 am #20667
Annie, these are really lovely clusters! You are very generous to share them. <3 <3August 11, 2018 at 9:59 am #20678
Thanks dear Cristina. I have had a thing about making clusters for quite sometime so I posed the issue to Cassel and she is going to do some study and then possibly will present a tutorial for cluster making. Most clusters are based around frames but I wanted a simple one to add to a scrapbook page without overdoing it. I will use one of the clusters I have just made to add to a scrapbook circus page … wish me luck, lol! <3August 12, 2018 at 12:46 pm #20694
Annie, good luck! <3
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