What are you working on (in August 2019)

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  • #33393

    Lynda DiGregor
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    Thanks Libera..Have to say that your Holographic Women are enchanting. Great colors

    #33395

    Lynda DiGregor
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    Lab 9-7 part 2  Hand Drawn Alpha

    #33397

    trish williams
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    Birthdays never end here, Ill have to fine a new format, this one works and I dont have to think about it to hard.

    #33410

    trish williams
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    a a nice frosted page so messed  around with some more pages

    #33412

    trish williams
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    Then finished off with a tag, coz I like the girl and had to do something with her

    #33416

    Annie Tobin
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    Beautiful work Trish, they have kind of a wintery look and I love the movement in them, well done. <3

    #33417

    Annie Tobin
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    Yep Trish, I like the girl too, sort of goth and neat perspective on the floor. <3

    #33421

    libera
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    Thank you Lynda and as I can see you also love to discover new things, love your alpha, the zebra looks “authentic” (would certainly be interesting for a layout about a zoo or wild animals).

    Oh Trish, every day a new birthday, you are really busy!! Love your backgrounds, hard to say which is my favorite … and thumbs up for the free spirit.

    #33423

    Lynda DiGregor
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    Trish, I love your frosted pages….How did you do it?

    Lynda

    #33426

    Lynda DiGregor
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    Trish, As you probably have seen from the posts , I’ve been fooling around with the Handmade Alphas and as you also know I love your backgrounds so I thought this would be fun. 🙂

     

    #33430

    trish williams
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    Thank you everyone, much appreciated, I do love messing around with back grounds.

    Well done Lynda, you flatter me.

    I found a frosty  page in Deviants I think,  or 4 share.   put it over a gradient, added a grunge and some lights or one of those bohka  ones, then mess with the colours and  opacity,  nothing clever.

    Thank you for your comments.

     

    Thank you for liking

     

    #33431

    Lynda DiGregor
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    Thanks for the info, Trish

    #33433

    Lynda DiGregor
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    This is the 3rd part of Lab 9-7- Ruled paper   Since the letters are on paper I left them flat.

     

    The kids in our town are back to school tomorrow. 8-21-2019. Earlier than the 8-27 date when I was driving the school bus.

    #33438

    Sharon Wilke
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    Lynda I love your hand drawn alphas! I tried my hand at them, but I ended up filing those away for more practice at a later date. I also love the look on the little boys face in your back to school page. That’s not a good way to start a new year of school. Maybe the girl will tutor him LOL!

    Trish you’ve created some fantastic backgrounds! The frosty one is fantastic. I really like the out of bounds effect in the Free Spirit image.

    #33440

    Sharon Wilke
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    I’ve been busy lately making lollipops, candies, cookies and cakes! Then wrapping them in plastic. I learned so much from all those tutorials and the best part is I didn’t gain a pound!

    #33443

    Lynda DiGregor
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    Sharon, love your  goodies ….even more now because I know what it took to make them. Kudos!

    #33470

    Michele aka micfin
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    Sorry I’ve been MIA this month, everyone. I’m so inspired by all the projects that have been posted. Great work, all.

    August hasn’t been great for me, but I managed to make a few birthday cards. I used a couple of kits and I also tried out Carole’s new flower punches on two of them. Several times I’ve said I love her punches, and these are no exception. They’re beautiful. I plan on having lots of fun with them.

    #33476

    Cristina
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    Bonnie, I already commented on FB, and I will do again here, your pickleball-expert layout is so cute and fun.

    Sharon, these tutorials are so much fun, and you created great examples of them.

    Lynda, I love your marble background and the hand-drawn alpha.

    Libera, the out of bound technique gives a great effect to a photo. It’s been a long time since I used it. I also like the effect of the Points Scripts (by the way, what script is that?)

    Trish, I love the frosted pages.

    Michele, all your cards are lovely, and my favorite is the first one with the frame. I am sending you my best wishes. <3

    It is always an inspiration to come here and see everybody’s work. Lovely work, ladies!

    #33478

    Annie Tobin
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    Lovely cards Michele. My favourite is the one for Elisa. I particularly like the cluster, the way you have framed the title and the circle overlays … my type of play, well done dear friend. <3

    #33479

    AprilDawn
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    Lynda, Trish and Sharon…. great results in all your projects. Well done to each of you!

    Lovely cards Michele!… I am sure they would have given  joy to your friends when they received them.

    best wishes everyone,

    Dawn.

    #33481

    Sharon Wilke
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    Michelle it’s great to see you back! Well wishes to you from me. I love your cards you have created for celebrating all those birthdays. Each one is so unique! I’ve definitely got to pick up those new punches soon.

    I went through the Feather tutorial the other day and I just had to share my results here. I learned several new tricks from it. Ya’ll got to check it out!

    #33489

    Michele aka micfin
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    Thank you so much, my friends, for your kind comments on my cards. I can always count on you for a much-needed lift to my spirits.

    Sharon, I haven’t done the feather tutorial yet. I love what you did; the bright colors are awesome.

    ~ Michele

    #33506

    Annie Tobin
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    Oh wow Sharon! I truly admire your feather, it must be from some exotic bird, it is lovely! Well done my friend. You have inspired me, I simply must have a play. <3

    #33519

    Annie Tobin
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    Well Sharon did inspire me and I had fun playing, thanks Sharon.  Here are some feathers.

    #33534

    Sharon Wilke
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    Annie you’re a delight! I love what you did with the tutorial. Wasn’t it fun to just be whimsical for a while? I’ve got to go back and make more feathers!

    #33542

    Annie Tobin
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    LOL! Thanks dear Sharon … that feeling of whimsy is such a delight!

    • This reply was modified 1 month, 4 weeks ago by  Annie Tobin.
    #33544

    libera
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    Sharon and Annie your feathers are just great, seems to be a really interesting and creative tutorial!
    Congrats Michele for the beautiful flower punches works, many elements together!

    Cristina the points script was in the newsletter Creation Cassel, 23. June. Here for you:
    https://creationcassel.com/store/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=7_10&products_id=639

     

    #33573

    Sharon Wilke
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    I finally got around to grabbing the Flower Brushes/Punches that Carole made. They are just as fantastic as the other ones I had previously purchased. I did the larger one as a brush and the smaller one with the eraser tool. They are just amazing!

    I also took it upon myself to give myself an award LOL! Actually, I found the amazing Award Ribbon script and I just had to have it. I stink at ribbons and bows right but I still want to use them. I’ll still keep trying to create them though. Thank you Carole for making it easy for us that are ribbon challenged!

    #33578

    Annie Tobin
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    I got playing with the tutorials for the arrow shape, the block shape, and the accordion fold … this is my result.  The photos are from Unsplash.  Thanks for takin a peek.

    #33614

    Sharon Wilke
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    Awesome adventure Annie! I love what you’ve done with the tutorials. I just have one question, what did you find at the “X” spot? Was it a priceless treasure?

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