September TUT/TECH Challenge – Paperclips

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  • #34679
    Cassel
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    The Campus is the perfect place to learn more about photo editing, various techniques, or PSP in general.

    This challenge will give you an opportunity to practice some of those techniques or use some tools.

    This month’s Tut/Tech Challenge is to create and use a paperclip on your project. It does not have to be a scrapbook project as there are many ways to incorporate paperclips in our work.

    HERE is a full class you can follow. This video will be available for a few more weeks so you have plenty of time to watch it (just make sure you are logged in).

    And if you want to create unique paperclips, that is totally fine too!

    #34694
    Sue Thomas
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    September tut/tech challenge paperclip. More than one tutorial used in this page. Notebook edge, cutout effect (effects, 3D effects), Paint splatter, with a slight shadow, which I remember from one of the masterclasses a long time ago. Ruled paper, notebook paper with lifted corner and of course the paperclip.

    #34738
    Cristina
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    Sue, this is just beautiful! I love, love it!

    #34743
    Sue Thomas
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    Thank you Christina, your comments  are  always  so kind and greatly appreciated.

    #34762
    Annie Tobin
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    Nice work Sue … simple and very effective, I love it. <3

    #34769
    Sue Thomas
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    <p style=”text-align: left;”>Thank you Annie.   I’m not a scrapbooker, and many know I like to keep my projects quite minimal.   I love scrolling through looking at all the projects. There is so much talent.</p>

    #34772
    mireille
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    Hello Campers

    This is September tut/tech challenge paperclip.

    • This reply was modified 2 months, 1 week ago by mireille.
    #34773
    mireille
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    Sue, your page is simply beautiful with lots of tutorials put into practice.  ;))

    #34779
    Annie Tobin
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    Lovely work on your page Mireille, gentle colors and then you have made the paper clip pop out yet it still blends with the colors on the swimsuit … well done. 🙂

    #34782
    Cristina
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    Mireille, lovely layout.

    #34783
    mireille
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    Thank you Annie and Cristina.

    Yes just, Annie,  the color of the paperclip is to counterbalance the dominant color using the color of the swimsuit.

    • This reply was modified 2 months, 1 week ago by mireille.
    #34796
    Sue Thomas
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    Another Sept TUT/TECH Challenge.  Paperclips.

    #34822
    mireille
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    Sue, good idea for the pentagon paperclip.

    #34854
    Sue Thomas
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    Hold on masterclass.  Paperclip.  I used the Pattern filled  shape tutorial for the word Robin,  overlay and texture from  a tutorial, and of course the  corner punches which I absolutely adore  using.  I’ve been working on Xmas cards, which I think   has come through in this project in the  colour scheme. But then  robins signify Xmas, along with red berries.

    #34855
    Cristina
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    Sue, the layouts are beautiful and so are the photos, as usual. 🙂

    I love the creative way how you and Dawn use the corner punches brush.

    #34856
    Sue Thomas
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    Thank you  Christina,  as always your comments  are always appreciated.  xx

    #34877
    Sue Thomas
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    Lab 9 -10  Another month and another lab. With awesome tutorials.  I made the  bingo card, but with a twist.   Once I started to create it I remembered some techniques  I used in  the up to date challenge.  My resident female antelope. You only have to look at her eyes to know where the phrase “limpid pools” comes from.  For three years on the trot, she has given birth in the horses field.  After 5 months at home in Wales, I shall be returning to the Prairies.

    #34884
    Cristina
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    Sue, you are as fast as lightning! Great work!

    #34885
    Sue Thomas
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    Hahaha! Thank you Cristina.  It’s been a cold wet day here,  when it’s like that there’s only one thing to do and that is  to be creative on PSP.

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