Scrap Bootcamp – April 2022

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  • #75368
    Susan Ewart
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    Pirrko, I really like your pages.  the texture on your background paper/papers is really interesting and makes it look like a painting.

    Sandy, I was just like you.  I had PSP for about 3 years and almost gave up on it until I came across the Bootcamp and thought I’d try one more time.  I’m almost a year into learning PSP.  You will get there, and this is the best place to be.  You will get help from everyone.  And I have never seen a question/issue that Carole couldn’t answer.  I am looking forward to seeing your pages.

     

    #75370
    Ann Seeber
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    Carole, you said: “Ann (#75336) although those multicolored elements are “supposed” to be tiny beads, on your layout, they look like Fruit Loops (maybe you can add some noise to them to give them that cereal texture?).

    Actually, they are Fruit Loops, according to the file name in my stash. 😀 It says: “eyeinspire_fruitloop_scatter”

    I did add the noise you suggested.

    #75381
    Susanne Greth
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    I really love all of your creative photos.. They really inspire..

    Here is my project 2. The picture is my own, shot in a Flower park here in Denmark and it is supposed to be

    HC Andersen, sitting in front of his house.

    #75387
    Ann Seeber
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    Susanne Greth: Nice job! Your color scheme is dear to my heart. It must be my Scandinavian genes! 😉

    Here is my Project 2 – My husband and I would go to Pine Island, which is part of Warwick, NY, where we lived for 40 years, to visit Polish friends on Easter morning. Sophie was a village elder and would make us chew raw horseradish with our hard-boiled egg. (blech!) The eggs were beautiful, though.

    I got these eggs from the Lamus Dworski Blog

    They are very similar to what Sophie had on her Easter table.

    The frame is from my .pspframe stash and I changed the color using the Paint to Target tool. My headline font is Wide Latin and the rest is Cooper Black. The horseradish is from pngegg.com and the bunnies are Corel Easter clipart 2021. The background paper is from a kit called AFT-Life-Montage.

     

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    #75397
    ALAN WHITEHOUSE
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    Hi All, Here is a another effort at Project 2. A happy, colourful and memorable day.

    #75414
    Sharla
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    Hi all – am loving all your lovely projects.

    Ann your easter eggs brought back memories – my parents were Polish and painting eggs at Easter time was an annual ritual.
    Pirkko – I love the colour schemes with the pup and lake

    Carole my previous photo was from near to home – the birds in my garden rarely sit still long enough for me to get any decent photographs and when they do I never have my camera with me!

    The photo in project 2 is some pear blossom in my garden. Really hoping the frosts have passed because last year we had some late ones and the pears failed. I used bits from the kits Carole gave links for. The pears are some clip art I already had.

    #75416
    Nel Kempers
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    opnieuw begonnen, iets minder saaie kleuren en de schaduwen aangepast

    groetjes,

    Nel

    #75417
    Pirkko
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    Nel – Great page. Ooo…  In an emergency, a friend is known – especially when the car battery is running low

    #75423
    Nel Kempers
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      Niet helemaal aan opdracht gehouden 😉 Deels omdat ik niet alles begrijp (mijn Engels is zeer slecht) deels omdat ik het voor mijn fotoboek van Gambia wil gebruiken.  

     Groetjes,  Nel

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    #75426
    Pirkko
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    Nel – So beautiful and fine layout

    #75428
    Teri Cleaveland
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    Day 7 project 3: A friend of mine raises a small herd of highland cattle. The herd shots are from a couple of years ago and the middle shot with the calf is the start of this year’s increase. They are marvelous creatures!!

    #75429
    Teri Cleaveland
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    Carole,  I am healing but it is so hard to get comfortable! PT starts in earnest on Monday so my pain will increase. Just think, I still have the other knee to replace as well! Thankful I am living with my daughter for now!!

    #75431
    Teri Cleaveland
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    I forgot my shadows!

    I am enjoying all the beautiful layouts! So many great ideas!!

    #75433
    Anne Lamp
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    Project 2 My puppy had a blast taking that walnut up the collapsed lounge chair and watching it roll down over and over again.  I used that background paper because I wanted something light with muted colors.  The paper square colors were from the walnut and grass.and the text colors were from dog’s ear and the walnut.

    #75437
    Nel Kempers
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    ik weet niet waarom mijn “commentaar” er zo raar uit ziet ?

    #75446
    ALAN WHITEHOUSE
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    Hi Everybody, Here’s todays’ effort. So impressed by the variety of imaginative and artistic layaouts.

    #75447
    Cassel
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    Happy Easter (or long weekend, or whatever you celebrate)!

    Ann (#75370) they do look like some beads that I had linked to in the past! (#75387) Beautiful eggs.

    Suzanne (#75381) you are doing great with the projects. You used the shadows correctly too. That is such a cool photo!

    Alan (#75397) those Indian weddings are so colorful. I attended a cousin’s wedding like that and it was a special experience (I was even treated to some henna too). You used very accurate light and shadows. (#75446) Good sizing of the photos on the bottom. Did you use the guides as in the tutorial?

    Sharla (#75414) keep us posted on the pears adventure! Crossing fingers that they will flourish!

    Nel (#75416) your shadows are better. Make sure that the offset is negative (and zero if you add the “reversed shadow”). With practice, you will find the exact values for your shadows. (#75423) Those shadows are much more realistic!! It is ok if you don’t follow the same theme. And if you are stuck about the language, you can always ask in here. I am sure we have some people who can answer and explain in your language. (and I fixed your funny looking text).

    Teri (#75431) glad to hear you are doing well. Any surgery is challenging, in whatever way it is. Take it easy though! Happy to see that you caught the shadows!

    Anne (#75433) just like kids, it does not take much to keep them busy! You might want to add some larger shadows on the walnuts as they are likely bigger than the thickness of paper.

    We have a lot of registrants who have not posted a single project yet. It is not too late. And remember that if you post your projects, you will be eligible for great prizes!

    #75449
    Linda J Walker
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    Project 2, or projecy 2 because I see that is what I named it 😉  Yes, it is getting late where I am, and I am tired, and I am trying not to get too far behind….so I present projecy 2…

    I used a kit by Jan Clark, from a Jan 2021 blog train. The journaling font is caller Little Bear.

    If I want to make several elements the same size, like these ‘snowflowers’, is there a way to do that? I just eyeballed it, so I resized until they looked the same.

     

    #75453
    Susan Ewart
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    I have uploaded two of my projects for Day 7.  The difference is the background paper, one a tone, one a tint of green. It sure changes the “feel”, one low key and muted, the other bright and cheery.  Everything else is the same and yet side-by-side they look different (eg. the yellow flower looks brighter in the tint background.  Even the blue, the plaid and the butterfly look different, yet they are all the same).   The photo’s are mine (my cat girlz, Sumi and Saya, not long after adoption 3 yrs ago, Sumi’s tummy is still bare from her spaying).  Title font is Adellia Heart and the quote font is Mykilove both from Creative Fabrica.  The papers and elements from Digital Scrapbook.

    #75455
    Jean Naumann
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    Here is my first project, it’s always so good to revisit the Bootcamp, you just forget so much if you don’t keep doing it.  I’m having a bit of trouble though with downloading the free kits, they always seem to want me to pay for them.

    For this project I used a Christmas kit I bought a couple of years ago, but I can’t find any beads to add.

    This is my granddaugter Emily.

    #75457
    Jean Naumann
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    And here is my 2nd project.  I had totally forgotten the Ctrl Y command, so good to be reminded.

    #75462
    Liz Kershaw
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    A beautiful windmill in Leiden, Netherlands. Just before their first lockdown.

    kit is from mmdcs and i didnt use the sprinkles cos i thought it looked better without

    #75464
    Susanne Greth
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    Finally got my third project finished.

    It´s my sisters and my father and I´m sure they don´t mind me posting this.

    #75468
    Liz Kershaw
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    Magical windmills with fantasy scrapkit text is bellbottom

    #75472
    Liz Kershaw
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    #75476
    Cassel
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    Linda (#75449) to answer your question, yes, you can use guides to make the element of the same size (you will actually see that technique in the next lesson).

    Susan (#75453) glad to see you are experimenting with those background papers. That is something you can definitely do with PSP.

    Jean (#75455) welcome back. Your heart candy can probably have a larger shadow as I think it is a little thicker than the other elements. (#75457) Some of those shortcuts are often forgotten. Many people actually don’t use them; I wonder why.

    Liz (#75462) is that a windmill that you have visited? (#75472) For the middle image, you might want to consider straightening it especially due to the edge of the wall being so close to the edge of the photo.

    Suzanne (#75464) glad to see you resized the photos without distortion.

     

    #75480
    Pirkko
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    #75486
    Nel Kempers
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    opnieuw een pagina voor mijn fotoboek gemaakt 😉

    #75487
    terricar5960
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    I put my sandwich in the wrong area.

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    #75490
    Sharla
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    The daffodil season seemed to last many weeks this year with the white daffodils continuing long after most of the yellow ones. The photos were taken on a local walk.

    All papers and elements from digitalscrapbook.com: The glitter is from the Purple & Green Glitters Kit, most of the rest is from Lisel Rice April blog train kit and the star paper is from Brrr mini by Gina Jones

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