December 28, 2020 at 10:08 am #50899
I’ve missed a bunch of stuff since I haven’t been at the computer for a number of days. Dorothy, I’m so sorry to hear about your husbands accident. It sure doesn’t look good. I hope for both of your well being that he heals quickly and the New Year brings better things. 2020 has not been a blast. Only the people here and a few in tangible life have made it bearable. Thank God for that. Take care of yourself and here’s to a bright New Year.December 28, 2020 at 10:20 am #50901
I haven’t visited the campus for several days, and what a feast for the eyes, so many wonderful pages posted. Well done everyone.
The sunrises and sunsets we have in Saskatchewan are truly spectacular. Land of living skies. The coastlines of Pembrokeshire Wales, are on a par with Sask, when it comes to sunrises and sunsets, with outstanding landscapes. Here’s one of several New Year greetings I’ve done. A little word art, using text on a curve, and the mesh warp tool. Which I find very useful when creating word art and other projects.December 28, 2020 at 2:06 pm #50903
I’m in awe. Your sunset New Year wishes are spectacular. Such a great job.
I guess we need to plan a RV vacation to your neck of the woods. Looking at the map, it seems you are bordering Montana and North Dakota. That is definitely a trip we can make. This whole covid thing has to be over sooner or later but it gives us time to plan. If you have any suggestions, please feel free to share. 🙂
LyndaDecember 28, 2020 at 2:11 pm #50907December 28, 2020 at 3:56 pm #50914December 28, 2020 at 5:42 pm #50915
Lynda, this did put a smile in my day. They are cute and I can see where you can have fun playing with them. Well done! ;DDecember 28, 2020 at 5:47 pm #50916
A beautiful sunset Sue and from it you have created a simple and beautiful page, well done my friend … and, a Happy New Year to you as well. 😉December 28, 2020 at 6:16 pm #50918
Hi Linda, it’s a road trip that is certainly feasible. I used to trail ride with a group of friends in the Grasslands National Park East Block, which runs into Montana. They have excellent facilities. With a horse box in tow, it would take me 5 hours to drive there. We live a 2 hr drive north east of Moose Jaw. The countryside is spectacular. Regardless what people say about Saskatchewan being flat, it’s far from it, if you are prepared to veer off the Trans Canada highway. I’ve also trail rode in the Big Muddy National Park. John Wayne country, which runs into North Dakota. Moose Jaw has the Al Capone tunnels. It’s steeped in fascinating history for Canada. If it’s on the card, let me know and you can stay here, or at least meet up for a day/afternoon at the Temple Gardens Mineral Spa.December 28, 2020 at 6:20 pm #50919
Those are fun character Lynda, perfect for Halloween.
Thank you Annie, and a Happy New Year to you too. Lets hope it’s going to be as good as 2020 was horrible.December 29, 2020 at 3:15 am #50923
Just a little bit of silliness with this one. I created the alpha using the font ‘a Among You’ and wanted to do something with it … this is the result. Background paper is my own. The emojis I tubed and the tickets I created from following Cassel’s tut for such. The old gnarly Christmas tree I made a long time ago and I think it was from a script … but then, maybe not! I presented it fading into the background … Christmas being over after all. The border was a plain colour transformed by using the plugin Graphics Plus – Cross Shadow … I really do love the effect it gives. Thanks for takin a peek my friends. ;DDecember 30, 2020 at 2:13 pm #50925
Thanks for the information Sue. That sounds like a really good trip. We started looking. We do have to find areas that handle a 40 foot RV . We like to stay put and sight see from where we put the RV. Definitely sounds like something we can do. We usually stay in Willow Beach, Arizona which is on the Colorado River and that is farther away than you are, about 700 miles farther. Of course Arizona is a winter destination. Thanks again and I will get in touch if we make it there. We are also looking at Oregon.December 30, 2020 at 4:22 pm #50949Corrie KinkelParticipant
I haven’t been here for a couple of days and there is so much to see. I cann’t comment on all the posts besides to say they are all in their own right delightful and I follow up with my own New Year’s wish. I used the colors of 2021. At first I thought they were rather dull but in making this LO I think they are lovely. They have something light which I can use to celebrate the coming year. The quote I used is from the song “Happy Xmas (War is over)” by John Lennon and Yolo Ono which I found very fitting for the period we live in.
I wish you all a very good and happy 2021 in which we maybe can go back to a more normal way of life. Until then don’t give up hope, there is light at the end of this particular tunnel. See you all in January!December 30, 2020 at 4:38 pm #50951
Another png to download to be used in a project.December 30, 2020 at 5:44 pm #50955
Here’s my New Year’s wish. It’s a photo of a local wildlife refuge in Pine Island.December 30, 2020 at 5:52 pm #50957
Another HNY my Campus Friends. I kept it simple and used Sue’s wordart … lovely Sue, thank you very much. The graphic is a free wallpaper on 7 Themes.com. The lovely blue bauble is a tube from Graph-SabineDesign and the background paper is the result of playing around with overlays and blend modes. Thanks for takin a peek! ;DDecember 30, 2020 at 8:07 pm #50959
Hello Scrapbook Campers. I posted this a couple of hours ago but it has not shown up so I am posting again … now 2 will probably appear … isn’t that the way of it? I just wanted to say thanks to Sue for the beautiful wordart. Fingers crossed this time … Thanks for takin a peek! 😀December 30, 2020 at 8:28 pm #50961
Corrie I had posted a response to your lovely page and it was another that did not show. A simple page that carries a delightful message and … I love the colours and the corners my friend. Well done. ;DDecember 30, 2020 at 9:16 pm #50968
You are most welcome Annie. I love what you did with the wordart. Steven also used my word art, and posted on facebook. Your page is beautiful, with your character showing through. Lively. I wish with you a Happy, healthy, safe and creative new year my friend. Let the fun of creating awesome pages continue into 2021.December 30, 2020 at 9:25 pm #50969
And so say all of us! You are welcome Sue. ;DDecember 31, 2020 at 12:42 am #50977
I felt I had to end 2020 with a page which included a bird photo. A shot took the other day. The majority of Robins migrate south to warmer climes. Although there are some that decide to stay, and they do ok in a Canadian winter. I added the background photo if anyone would like to download it to use. You’ll find it in the Facebook page.December 31, 2020 at 6:37 am #50978CristinaParticipant
Everyone has posted spectacular work! Sometimes I repeat myself, but it is because you all create amazing stuff, going in all directions. Great work!December 31, 2020 at 6:51 am #50980CristinaParticipant
Carole and Scrapbook Friends, I want to wish all of you a Happy, Healthy, and Joyful 2021. May the New Year bring a Smile and Hope of a better future to Everyone. <3December 31, 2020 at 7:41 am #50983
Thanking Sue Thomas for the snowy background photo, which now has a Gaussian blur, this New Year’s wish is made of clip-art freebies from Corel, with the addition of some picture tube flares.December 31, 2020 at 9:19 am #50985MinkaParticipant
Best of wishes to all of you at the Campus. May all your New Year’s be slated with good things, health and prosperity. Probably most of us will be ringing in the new year in a more solitary way … but it still is a New Year. Hopefully will bring new Hope. Be well.December 31, 2020 at 4:44 pm #51004
Watch out for the fireworks!! The gnomes are getting feisty for New Years!!January 1, 2021 at 5:06 pm #51054Corrie KinkelParticipant
Thank you Annie, I treated myself to this very nice corner flowerpunches from Carole as well as the maskmaker script! I think I will use those often. Espacially the maskmaker script because I’m no good with extractions, my hand is to shaky for that. But with this script I can get round it! Your page is also very nice with the wordart from Sue. I have downloaded it, maybe for use in the next year. I’m finished now with all the christmas and new year cards and so on. I look forward to new projects!January 1, 2021 at 10:33 pm #51066
My first layout in 2021. Snowflakes merged with the frame is a font. Perspective. Extracted the other Blue Jay by using a mask. Winter flowers by creative fabrica. You don’t have to be young to catch snowflakes on the tongue, I still do it!January 1, 2021 at 10:39 pm #51067
Corrie, I have all of Carole’s corner punches, and they get used a lot. I’m sure you’ll be visiting the store again to get more of them. I used the snowflake corner punches in my Robin project the other day by using the eraser tool.
Lots of great projects have been posted in the past couple of days. Great work everyone.
Cristina, Happy New Year to you too my friend.January 2, 2021 at 2:09 pm #51078
I want to pass on a final heartfelt thought for the New Year, written by the author Neil Gaiman in his newsletter this week. I copied and pasted the text and photo and gave it a frame. Thank you, Neil.January 2, 2021 at 6:47 pm #51083
A beautiful photo Sue and you have showcased it amazingly. Well done my friend. I always look forward to sharing my morning cuppa with your projects … gives me a buzz for the day, ;D
I wish you all the very best for this year dear Sue. Your love of photography and the end results reflect where your heart is at. So … may there be many amazing photo shoots ahead for you my friend and may the joy it gives you know no bounds. 🙂
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