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  • #64076
    nadine
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      • Junior

      The pink page with a photo of my grand-niece by marriage is the very first scrap that I made with a tutorial in June 2007. The Harvest page is the very first page made without any tutorial in September 2007 (I remember having spent hours extracting the 2 grape elements and the metal sheet lol)

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      #64078
      nadine
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        • Junior

        @Julie Magerka impressive the result !!!! well done

        #64080
        laurie solaas
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          • 147
          • Junior

          Here is another one from the Love Challenge. I like that Carole taught us to make plaid background papers. I that Carole has taught us how to make our own “stuff”!  on my very first project (which was in this Challenge) I didn’t even know how to change the background color, so I just left it white!

          #64082
          laurie solaas
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            • 147
            • Junior

            From the Love Challenge, I learned that I could take simple clipart Jpegs and create masks. So, after the Challenge I did this just for fun!

            #64084
            Val
            Participant
              • 158
              • Junior

              Mary S – I admire your Fishing Buddies.  The way you did Happy and the paper is awesome.

              Wanda (Sue) – Your sting shamrock is gorgeous.

              Nadine – What a fabulous job of shadowing in your B57 Shadow Challenge

              Lyn Lou – What a great page on your Isle of Wight holiday

              Sue T – Your Xmas Globe looks so wonderful.  And your snowman makes me smile.

              Susan E – What a neat project with the table set.  Now I want a sandwich and some pickles.

              Bonnie B – I thought your Queens of the Court was so much fun!  I may do that with some of my friends.

              Ann S – Your speech bubble makes me laugh out loud.  I could see the BlueJay saying that.

              Sheila H – What a beautiful dog.  Sweet layout.

              Rene M – What a great layout of ‘She Said Yes’.

              Corrie – I think your September calendar page is so unique with the way you included the spider and pinecones and berries.

              Monique – The calendar cover is great with how you included each season.

              Shirley – Great job on making the photo into sepia with serrated edges.

              Anita W – Your Adventure Park pages look like they could be the front of book.

              Cristina – 2017 July challenge is great in how you laid out the photos.  So unusual and beautiful.

              Euka – It really looks like your D is folded inward

              Helen – Glad everyone was ok.  You made an amazing page from the photos.

              #64085
              laurie solaas
              Participant
                • 147
                • Junior

                I promise that this is the last image of Lucy, I will post! (at least, for a while) This is one of the Modules from the Basic Scrap Course.

                #64086
                cindy harris
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                  • 449
                  • Enthusiast

                  Dittos  I think Carole that 2006 work was Awesome…     Better than I have done I can only do things when in bootcamp I try by myself and I just cant seem to do them but this week I am going to climb a wall.    I  cant do like you all Or I am going to try to do like you all  Really I know thing positive going to try so hard this week.    This week.

                  Love all you alls i call it Art   its so Amazing…

                  #64088
                  laurie solaas
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                    • 147
                    • Junior

                    I think this was a project from the Bootcamp last year? I am not sure because I was working on the Basic Scrap Course at the same time.

                    #64091
                    laurie solaas
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                      • 147
                      • Junior

                      I love that Carole has taught us how to use templates and create a template. I love how templates can sometimes help organize work. I created a simple Collage template that is reusable. I learned how to do this technique in the Double Page Challenge.

                      #64092
                      laurie solaas
                      Participant
                        • 147
                        • Junior

                        I have so enjoyed looking at the beautiful vast array of work!

                        #64094
                        Mary Solaas
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                          • 555
                          • Enthusiast

                          I’m going to post the one I finally finished (about an hour ago).  Papers: background is a photo that was blurred; cathedral window I created with one of the Labs; the green and blue papers were from PS but I’m not sure who and I did colorize them; date stamp is from one of the Travel Challenges redone; South Dakota leather stamp was created for the last Travel Challenge, and I used Cass gold chain picture tube.

                          #64099
                          Bonnie Ballentine
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                            • 1643
                            • Superfan

                            I started digital scrapbooking to record the adventures of my senior women’s basketball group. These are the 5 original/founding members. This page is for our very first tournament which was a regional tournament…very small and very low key. We later participated in the Virginia Senior Games…and we grew from there. I’m pretty sure this is my first page…at the time I was creating as 10X 8 for ease of printing.

                            #64101
                            Corrie Kinkel
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                              • 1078
                              • Superfan

                              This is the second page I made during the bootcamp of March 2020 when I started. The very first one is in a blogpost from July this year where Carole made me new Gold Star. I used the kit provided, because I had no supplies at all and was just learning where to get some through members who told so when posting some very advanced work (in my eyes at that moment!). And of course I had the fonts that are in Windows, you should see my font list now!

                              Carole this old page isn’t bad at all, it is very sweet and I notice your husband is now playing for your grandson!

                              Sue like you I too made a flairbutton as my first element in the creative scrap and it was for the Hobby theme of last month.

                              #64106
                              Linda J Walker
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                                • 142
                                • Junior

                                I used the postmark tutorial that was posted earlier. I can’t link to it, because it has moved on.

                                “Wake me up when it is all over” – kinda how I feel. Hubby and I both had covid the middle of August. And now just trying to catch up, or keep up, or something. That is why this is my first post in the Big 10…and it is almost over.

                                 

                                #64107
                                Sue Thomas
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                                  • Superfan

                                  Corrie, Carole has  added copious tutorials to the creative scrap over the years. Yet, for some reason the Flair button still remains my number one favourite. I have a long list of other favourites, but not necessarily in the order I was to list them.
                                  This is another old page I created, I don’t know if there is Dutch word for the word petrichor.

                                  I don’t now  if your husband or yourself are fans of  Formula 1, Grand Prix racing, but last week was the  Dutch  race.
                                  I love the flair button you created using a doily.

                                  #64111
                                  Cassel
                                  Keymaster
                                    • 2522
                                    • Superfan

                                    Linda, you don’t have to wait a day if you want to post more! I was only suggesting that in the beginning so we would not have 300 projects posted in one day and nothing to come back to later, but since you still have today and tomorrow, bring them on!

                                    #64112
                                    Julie Magerka
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                                      • 144
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                                      @Nadine, thank you. Those old pix are so special and so valuable and help to preserve the history of a village.

                                      #64114
                                      nadine
                                      Participant
                                        • 78
                                        • Junior

                                        @Val thanks so much )))))
                                        wow love the tuto on circular element !!!!!! I had never managed to find the ratio of the resizing to have a good effect polar coordinates and yessss love the result !!! thanks so much @Cassel .
                                        I use it on one of my ribbon I made with a tablecloth edge.
                                        damn … I just saw that I had not cut in the right place to have a good continuity of the drawing, damn damn. I do not see where to cut, will have to think carefully)))

                                        • This reply was modified 2 years, 9 months ago by nadine.
                                        • This reply was modified 2 years, 9 months ago by nadine.
                                        #64115
                                        Corrie Kinkel
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                                          • Superfan

                                          Sue we don’t have a Dutch word for petrichor, we know that smell but say something as “that smell after rain on dry ground”. I’m going through a lot of tutorials from the creative scrap at the moment, already made my own paerclips, pin, arrows, some brushes and picture tubes for use in coming projects. And some of the Labs as well, but not yet ready  for showing. I’m going to make more flairbuttons with my flowers.

                                          Yes we watched the formula 1 last weekend on the telly and “our” Verstappen won, sorry for Hamilton. My husband is a great fan, I just watch when it is a special one.

                                          #64118
                                          Wanda (Sue) McGuire
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                                            Well since the link at top has changed I no longer know how to get back to the Big 10 show off when the tutorials are.  I have looked everywhere I can think of and no luck. Can you please post a link so I can finish watching the tutorials.

                                            #64120
                                            Cassel
                                            Keymaster
                                              • 2522
                                              • Superfan

                                              The link is https://scrapbookcampus.com/big-10/

                                              Just add /big-10/ after you come to the Campus.

                                              #64132
                                              Anita Wyatt
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                                                Just finished Tutorial 2Plaid Pattern (3) and enjoyed it very much. I made two projects and used different colors for Autumn and then placed each project on a different color background. Here is project 1.

                                                Big10-Tutorials

                                                #64134
                                                Lyn Lou
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                                                  Something I created from webinar Gradually Speaking

                                                  #64136
                                                  Anita Wyatt
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                                                    • 174
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                                                    Here is the second Plait Paper from Tutorial 2 Plaid Pattern (3) on a different background. These has been fun to do, and both remind me of the patterned tablecloths my Mom had.

                                                    Big10-Tutorials

                                                    #64140
                                                    Lyn Lou
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                                                      • Junior

                                                      A few layouts I did for some challenges

                                                      #64143
                                                      Shirley
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                                                        I have not been getting the live videos on facebook, but today when I watched it was 9 hours later and carole you asked for out first scrapbook page.  This one is from the beginners free class that I see is still available and a logical and a good place for new scrapbookers to start.

                                                        #64145
                                                        Linda J Walker
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                                                          • 142
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                                                          I am enjoying the short tutorials! But ONE a day would be more my speed 🙂  I have managed to watch a few today.  I think I may have missed a step in the Engraved one. https://scrapbookcampus.com/big-10/big10-tutorials-2/

                                                          I got a new laptop about 2 weeks ago, in the midst of being sick. I don’t yet have PSP set up on it, as it was on my old laptop. That may take me some time.

                                                          #64146
                                                          Cassel
                                                          Keymaster
                                                            • 2522
                                                            • Superfan

                                                            Entries for yesterday and today:

                                                            Shirley, deciding on what photo to use, what paper to use, where to place things, is still the longest part of many projects (and that is not specific to DIGITAL scrapbooking either!)

                                                            Dee347 (3), I doubt you did that retirement project in 2017, right? 😉 That plaid makes a beautiful background for your card.

                                                            Nadine (5), that magazine page looks great. Your extraction for your granddaughter is very well done. Those shadows are great! You paid attention for sure! You got the proportions right for the circular element.

                                                            Diane Co. (2), yes, in wordart, it is often best to use two fonts as they decorate each other. I think those curtains need to be ironed! LOL

                                                            Sue Thomas (4), that is a fun wordart when using crossed words. Beautiful stitched element. Is that clock going to be on a Christmas card this year? Oh, that circle text! Isn’t it more interesting (and different) to display photos with some of those techniques? I know I love that.

                                                            Ann Seeber (2), where Adam and Eve named like that on purpose? Yes, those bootcamp projects, even though everyone follows the same tutorial, the results are always different!

                                                            Mary Solaas (3), yes, that Rotating Mirror seems to be quite picky for you. At least, there is another way to get the same result! How do you feel about your first page? So many techniques in a single page! Wow!

                                                            Euka (2), how many pages are you planning for your magazine? You must have been at the computer often to catch all those tutorials!

                                                            Wanda (Sue) McGuire (2), that was a fun script, wasn’t it? We look at shadows differently after a while, don’t we?

                                                            Laurie Solaas (8), once you get used to templates, you can’t stop using them! That black background makes your page so “chic”. Beautiful page with Joe. You could frame that! I don’t think the Chicken page is from the Bootcamp as it does not look at all like any of the projects, so maybe you did it on your own? Beware, templates can be addictive!

                                                            MoniqueN. (2), if you add a title, this could very well be a cover page for your magazine! Everyone starts with a simple sandwich, but it is amazing how they evolve, just like a chef in the kitchen using new recipes.

                                                            Corrie Kinkel (3), that is such a creative way to use an otherwise ordinary frame. You’ll find more time to scrap, I am sure. Is that lace in the flair button some that you made?

                                                            Anita Wyatt (4), those busy bees go very well with the flowers. Mr. Mooch is cute with the uniform. Glad you like to make plaids. They can be so versatile.

                                                            Susan Ewart (2), that is a fun way to display those cards. Maybe that other course about color might be usable with your projects in PSP too!?

                                                            Shirley (2), when you can go back to earlier projects and see what can be changed, it means you learned something between then and now. Those free classes are the ones in the Bootcamp too; the difference is that the Bootcamp is done in a cohort and with additional links for supplies.

                                                            Libera, another flower lover!

                                                            Bonnie Ballentine (2), when did you do that embossed project? I had never seen it before! It is so cool. You started scrapbooking to document that basketball team, and after that, we all learned about pickleball!

                                                            Sandra Jones, I see you also used a lifted shadow on that flower.

                                                            Julie Magerka, restoring old or damaged photos have been a frequent request, which is why I did two classes on that (and one webinar for Corel). You did a great job on yours.

                                                            Linda J. Walker (2), I hope and your husband are doing ok after covid. One day per tutorial? That would no longer be a tease, would it? But you can view them whenever you want since they are all inside the DIAMOND membership!

                                                            Lyn Lou (5), that is a very interesting use of the gradual changes in a picture.

                                                            One more day to show your projects and enter in the draw. I am inviting anyone who has not yet posted anything because they are new, check out the rotating tutorials, and show us how you use them.

                                                            Again, the link to the Big 10 events (Trivia and tutorial) is HERE.

                                                            #64147
                                                            Bonnie Ballentine
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                                                              • Superfan

                                                              Carole, the Skinny Dipping story was done for the August, 2020 Story Time Challenge…and yes, I did post it then. I did a good job of completing that challenge, which surprised me because I don’t journal very often.

                                                              The Searched Google page was done in March, 2020…during the lockdown for Covid.

                                                              Val, the Queens of the Court was fun to do and could be done for so many categories. I printed and framed it for my friend’s birthday. She did like it.

                                                              #64149
                                                              Linda J Walker
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                                                                • Junior

                                                                Button tutorial-not sure I could duplicate all the steps with out doing it several more times…and making notes! But it is late here in Pennsylvania.  https://scrapbookcampus.com/big-10/big10-tutorials-2/

                                                                Yes, I am recovered, he is recovering. My recovery was quicker, I bounced back alot faster.

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