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  • #41557
    Minka
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    Hi Bonnie … No, I don’t live there. I love it there, too! I live just outside of Portland when I get there. Mostly, I am in Florida for a long fall/winter season. This year, well, it’s unusual circumstances, right? Not sure when I will get home – I just know it has to be a lot safer to travel than it is now. Until then, family will have to “hold the fort”. ūüôā

    #41573
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Trish,

    Can we use your backgrounds?

    Thanks,

    Lynda

    #41580
    Shirley
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    Thought I would showcase one of my cakes.¬† What a lot of mucking around when you are not following a tutorial. I don’t think I did the cake justice. I won champion in the show with this one.¬† It was a challenge making the flame lily from sugar paste but was even more special when I came across the real thing on one of our cruises in the pacific.

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    #41585
    trish williams
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    Hi Lyn, yes you can, if you want any of the other I did the other day, just tell me what colours as I did go over board with them.  the ones on here are reduced, the one on the fb page are full size.

    Is anybody having a viewing problem my writing has gone so small I can barely read it,¬† does help I need new glass’s which will now have to wait till after this virus thing is over.¬† xx

    Starting making some more papers, had peacock feathers on it, , the colour inspired me aand out popped this one, but I cover the peacock feather in making it
    stay safe and well xx

    #41586
    trish williams
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    Carole help please, how can I change this over, the pic is the size of a postage stamp. Thank you xx

     

    #41600
    trish williams
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    CLIP ART PICTURE OF lONDON , BACKGROUND IS SOME OLD MAPS OF LONDON, CUT OUT THE WORDS, FROM ONEOFTHE MAPS. ADDED SOME GOLD HIGHLIGHTS, A PICTURE OF THE HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT, ANDA BUS SIGN   XX

    #41649
    Royanne Hewko
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    Such great inspiration, love looking at all the ideas.  This is Easter in 2017, that is how far behind I am.   I made the curve shape by combining several curve shapes to get the one I wanted.   Added some grunge to the paper and curve.   I selected just Lexi face and played with some layer blends until I got the look I wanted.   Turned the picture to black and white normal layer opacity of 52.   Then duplicated the layer to hard light opacity of 75.  Made my own stripes to match her dress.   The elements are from a purchased kit.  I made a scallop edge frame with mat template that I usually use when I want a scallop frame.   Added drop shadows and a date stamp.

    #41822
    Dorothy Donn
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    This fifty years really flew past me so fast.  I do see some progress and action by the younger generation but then again I was part of that generation.  It seemed no matter how hard we tried to wake folks up about the pearls our mother earth was facing have not been diminished by a whole heap today!

    Happy Earth Day

    #41890
    Lynda DiGregor
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    I purchased Cassel’s MaskMaker script and it is the best.

    Here are a couple of things I was playing around with. Bees and plants kinda fall into Dorothy’s Earth Day celebration.

    #42224
    Annie Tobin
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    Hello Scrapbook Campers.¬† I have been playing around with different aspects of PSP and decided to have another go at Cassel’s text confetti script and, lo and behold, it worked.¬† I have noticed with PSP2020 that it will do that on occasion … fail one day at a particular task and come good after a night’s rest … like all of us I suppose, ūüôā¬† Anyway … I tried it out using the papers from Bonfire Memories a Pixel Scrapper kit and this is the result.¬† The bottom result was achieved by using the picture tube¬† on a full size page and then scaling the page down after merging.¬† The result on the top was achieved by scaling down the page first then adding the text confetti and merging.¬† The font used is Teardrop.¬† This is a terrific script which gives lovely results and is extremely versatile … when … PSP decides to let it work properly that is!¬† ;D

    #42257
    trish williams
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    Love that mask effect round the grape hyacinths Lyn .   they have really bloom fantastic in my garden this year

    #42258
    trish williams
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    Dorothy that is a nice tag for Earth day, I didnt know it had been going since 1970

    #42259
    trish williams
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    Royanne, that is a pretty layout for easter x

    #42260
    trish williams
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    Annie looks like you had fun with the confetti, nice job x

    #42261
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Mine grape hyacinths  have also been prolific as so my Tulips. My Iris were squeezing everything out so I cleaned up the garden last year and it was totally worth it. Thanks for the Kudos.

    #42283
    trish williams
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    May birth stone Emerald and flower Lily of the Valley

    #42343
    Lynda DiGregor
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    This is what I’ve been fooling around with.¬† They are from other tutorials that I found. I don’t even know what it’s called but it’s fun.

    #42345
    Cassel
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    That is pretty cool, Lynda. It looks a bit like an out-of-bound plus Weaving.

    #42346
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Thanks,¬† looking forward to the class tomorrow.¬† ūüôā

    #42351
    Michele
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    I remember that tutorial from BW. It’s very cool.

    I love the one you did with the car, Lynda.

    #42353
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Thanks Michele, I like the car also. It’s further out than the sample. You’re right, it did come from BW. My sister put me onto that….there are a lot of little things they cover but I don’t know if they are my favorite. I think I like Carole better.

    #42359
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Just watched Carole’s “Back Off” seminar. Learned much.

    I’ve been enjoying this out of bounds technique so much that I incorporated into Carole’s seminar. Not a real difficult¬† background erase but I like it anyway.

    (the original and the edit)

    #42364
    Michele
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    Awesome,¬†Lynda. There are 90 projects in BW and they get more complicated as you go. I actually just graduated from BW today! I learned a lot, but it’s nowhere near as fun as the Campus. ūüėÄ

    #42377
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Carole’s Lab¬† 10 Module 5… This is fun

     

    I made several layer duplicates of the  Triangle pattern in the layers palettes and saved as a pspimage so I have the color  changes at my fingertips.

    #42386
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Still enamored by this inside/outside thing.

    This is a photo that is on the  April page of my Nature Conservancy Calendar. The deer is so cute.

    #42387
    Michele
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    I love how her ear is sticking out. It’s so sweet.

     

    #42392
    Lynda DiGregor
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    This is Carole’s YouTube presentation on how to make it rain…first attempt, probably need more practice.

    original and edited

     

    #42396
    Michele
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    That’s a lovely picture, Lynda. BTW, there is a new What Are You Working On for May.

    #42499
    trish williams
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    am exercise at trying to the right shadows,

    you have been busy Lyn, love the effect, well done x

     

    #44477
    Karon Dey
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    Bit late but just saw Cristina’s post in the Lab forum.

    Lab 10 Module 4: scalloped paper, overlapping text, glitters.
    Kits used: In Limbo ©Creative Victorian; Natural Beauty ©Creative Victorian; Neverending ©Creative Victorian; Zephyr ©Creative Victorian

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