Scrap Bootcamp – May 2019

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  • #28713

    HF Vos
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    Hi,
    Here is my lunch for today.
    I’am left handed, so I switched a little bit.

    #28722

    Cassel
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    To those who pointed it out, the link in the pages was directing participants to the old bootcamp thread. I have fixed it now, so all the projects should be appearing in here from now on (user error…again!)

    #28725

    Cristina Hanlon
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    For my layout Day 2-Layers, I practice two of Carole’s tutorials from the Creative Scrap Tutorials: Gingham pattern and Torn Fabric Edge. I added a sunny-side-up egg to my sandwich.

    #28727

    Sharon Wilke
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    I’m eating light today. Just a bowl of soup and half a veggie sandwich on whole wheat. I love the bread scripts!

    #28734

    Cristina Mochetti
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    Hi, my name is Cristina and I do not speak english very well,
    The first leson – preferences as far as color – workspace color and background color are medium gray
    pallets – docking
    toolbars – status and tools

    #28736

    Shirley
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    This is my entry

    #28737

    Shirley
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    Hi Cassel

    This will be a great refresher for me, it’s been quite a while, but keen to get back into some psp work.

    Cheers Shirley

    #28739

    Deana Davis
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    Cassel… I used the same set of dishes but polished up the boarders and handles with my selection tool and Inner Bevel.

    ; )

    Deana

    #28740

    Deana Davis
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    Christina, I adore your heartfelt sandwich with coffee!!

    Deana

    #28742

    Cassel
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    Sharon, with that whole wheat bread sandwich idea, maybe I should redo the material more realistic for the next bootcamp! 😉

    #28744

    Annie Tobin
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    Cristina … may I come to lunch at your place? Lovely work campus friend. <3

    #28745

    Annie Tobin
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    Lovely work everyone … sandwiches any mother would be proud of, 🙂

    #28746

    Annie Tobin
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    Day One. Color preference = light grey for background and workspace. Toolbars = default. Palettes = Material, and Layer.

    #28748

    Annie Tobin
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    Hello Scrapbook Campers. I had finished this before I realized that I would be using a shovel in the teacup so I added the teaspoon. The shovel is probably in hopes of dessert after the club sandwich! I also decided to use the pinked edge placemat instead of a table cloth. <3

    #28755

    trish williams
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    Bit late with this so thought you might be hungry by now. x

    #28759

    Cristina Hanlon
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    I am impressed and loving EVERYONE’s layouts! It is really inspiring to see all the creativity.

    Deanna, thank you so much for your kind comment! <3

    Annie, thank you! …And you are more than welcome to come by, my friend <3 … Anytime! 🙂 … I am lol with your “shovel”!!! 😀

    Sharon, great idea to use the script and have a whole wheat bread!

    #28775

    [email protected]
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    Bootcamp Day 3

    Scrapbooking had different attractions.  I love paper but I have to say it is easier with paper on the computer.  I used the photo on this scrapbooking layout and I have to say it is a lot easier to find elements to go with it as everything comes together a lot easier as the creator puts it together.  I don’t have to go searching for embellishments as I have too many.

     

    #28778

    trish williams
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    Don’t know if we are supposed to be posting our lace colouring, this is one of what I did, it was bright red to start with, I couldn’t manage the blend one very well, or manage to use a gradient while doing this, is there a trick to that  carole xx

     

    #28779

    trish williams
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    Carole I want to buy either  Tulle or Filigrane script, they look similar, could you tell me what is the difference . Thank you xx Trish

     

    #28782

    Cassel
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    Trish, the lace coloring is not part of the Bootcamp, but it could be posted in the What are you working on? thread.

    For the difference between the Tulle and the Filigrane scripts is that the Tulle one is more delicate (to simulate lace) and shades of white, black and grey while the filigrane one is meant to be a bit coarser, with various colors/patterns.

    #28783

    trish williams
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    Is there a trick for making elements run straight, mine looks like a slide

    thank you

    #28789

    trish williams
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    Hi, I enjoyed #3 had to finish it this evening well its 1..30 am here in England,  be nice to here where everyone is from

    #28791

    Marisia Bonnema
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    Hi my name is Marisia and i just rediscovered psp after a long abscence of 3 1/2 years without a computer.This is my first win 10 laptop and using paid psp software .i used psp9 before.so please bare with me

    #28795

    Marisia Bonnema
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    ok this is my homework for day 2 .i have been offline over 3 years so bear with me

    #28797

    Cassel
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    Annie, initially I didn’t realize what you meant with the shovel in the teacup, but then, looking closely, it made sense and you made me laugh.

    Trish, that cake looks delicious! and I see you added the appropriate fork for dessert!

    Else, that having the ability to create or customize your own element is one of the best advantages of understanding your program and learn how to create from scratch.

    Marisa, great lunch!

    #28801

    Barbara Kelley
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    Day 3 Boot Camp.  I had to use the freebie pizza theme for the exercise.  The picture is of my Grandson who has taken on the persona of Tony Pepperoni and has a YouTube channel where he posts his Tony Pepperoni songs.  This picture was taken after a school talent concert that he sang in.  I had a blast adding in the adornments.  Very easy to put together and learned a lot building this page.  Thanks

    #28803

    Marisia Bonnema
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    made my day 3 about my step daughter hinke some of the wording is in dutch as she is a citizen of the nether lands

    #28805

    Marisia Bonnema
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    i was bored waiting for day 3 and made this with an old scrapkit and tube

    #28822

    Shirley
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    Friends are special.

    #28826

    Annie Tobin
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    Hi, Scrapbook Campers.  Day 3 result.  I used the freebie scrap kit Pizza My Heart, thanks for the link, Carole.

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