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June 8, 2022 at 8:19 am #77673Brian DowlingParticipant
This website decoration used Vines. Vines are Picture Tubes and and in this case the ivy was selected (as it was Ivy Cemetery) and it was made into a frame using Vector Tube script. I did this twice to get more depth to the frame.
My correspondent who sent me the picture had stitched several images together in a panorama but it had a black triangular chunk where their process had left a gap and this is covered nicely by the frame.June 8, 2022 at 2:09 pm #77732CasselKeymaster
Great way to hide any issues around the edge. And boy does it match the name too. As if it was created just for it!June 12, 2022 at 3:33 pm #77979Anita WyattParticipant
After winning the recent Cassel Vine Tubes I was inspired to play with them using the Vector tube script. For the layout I selected one of the extra templates from the Template workshop in April. The image is from The Spruce about beautiful garden pathways. I added a garden gate image from my files. The papers are from Digital Scrapbooking (Jessica Dunn). Thank you Carole for the helpful tips on how to use the vector tubes script with the vine tubes. I used the pen tool to create a path on the gate and ran the script twice, once with green leaves and then pink. I also ran the script on the letter V in the title for which I chose a plain font to work better with the vine. Added a few more vines and used Cassel’s Custom Confetti script on the red leaves so I could scatter them around. I had a lot of fun with this project.June 16, 2022 at 12:11 pm #78082Margaret NewcombParticipant
Anita, this GardenVinez, I love this layout. I think it’s beautiful!June 17, 2022 at 2:27 pm #78131Anita WyattParticipant
Thank you Margaret Newcomb. I appreciate it. 🙂
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