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  • #22961

    Cassel
    Keymaster

    Show off what you are working on in December, be it a scrapbook page, a tutorial, or anything else you want.

    We are curious and want to see, learn and get inspired.

    These threads are quickly becoming a fantastic source of inspiration, support, and friendship. Keep them coming!

    Show us greeting cards, or other holiday projects, while you are at it!

    #22978

    micfin
    Participant

    Holiday Jazz theme for my gaming group. I used a lovely background from PixelScrapper by MarisaL. I don’t remember where I got the snowflake ornaments from; didn’t keep very good records when I first started. Found the cute little musicians on Google a long time ago. The font is North City and it was free on Creative Tacos.

    ~ Michele

    #22980

    micfin
    Participant

    Another theme from my gaming group. The main pic is an old vintage one I found on Google. I used a free mask from Mizteeques and a paper from MarisaL for the texture on the border. The font is Alistair Signature that I purchased from FontBundles during one of their $1 deal sales.

    ~ Michele

    #22994

    DeLoris Musick
    Participant

    I’ve been working on a 12 Days of Christmas Challenge at Oscraps.  It has been fun, but I’m getting tired of the kit!  LOL  I’ll keep collecting the daily downloads and have a full kit to use for this coming Christmas and years to come.

    Cute tags Michele!

    Hugs,

    DeLoris

    #23041

    DeLoris Musick
    Participant

    I made a layout of my cat Heidi sticking her paw in my grandson Danny’s milk.  I also bought Carole’s candy cane tubes and used her candy cane alphabet to make a layout from a picture I took of Heidi last year.

    I’m having fun this month making layouts!  🙂

    Hugs,

    DeLoris

    #23044

    DeLoris Musick
    Participant

    Here’s another layout I did for the Oscrap Challenge.  This pic was taken several years ago and I had forgot about it till Facebook showed me memories to share!

    Hugs,

    DeLoris

    #23046

    Cristina Hanlon
    Participant

    Michele, I love your layouts, the colors, the fonts… I like very much the effect of a mask, although I have not been using it lately… Have to remember to use it. As usual, great work.

    DeLoris, your layouts are lovely. You may be tired of the kit 😀 … but the pages look very different from each other. Lovely work!

    I am still working on my calendar pages, changing everything I’ve made it before… For the cover, I used one technique shown on the Pop-up webinar… so simple and great effect!

    #23058

    Helen
    Participant

    Deloris, I really enjoy seeing the pages that you create. Awesome work.. Hugs

     

    #23079

    DeLoris Musick
    Participant

    Thank you Helen!!!

    Big Hugs,

    DeLoris

    #23081

    DeLoris Musick
    Participant

    Here’s a page I made using a news paper clipping of my grandson Danny when he was 8 mos old and his Papaw playing Santa.  They were at a city Community Christmas dinner.

    Hug,

    DeLoris

    #23087

    DeLoris Musick
    Participant

    Our family is very small (my 2 daughters and Danny).  It is just us at Christmas and 2 very dear friends.  We don’t buy presents for the adults, just Danny.  But, I wanted to give them something special.  So, I ordered mugs from Shutterfly and designed it myself.  I’m going to make it a yearly tradition.

    https://www.shutterfly.com/photo-gifts/photo-mugs/photo-gallery-mug?skuCode=1076695

    This is the 1st time I have done this, and I learned to make the design darker.  This one came out a little lighter than the original design.

    But, I love it and I know they will too!

    Hugs,

    DeLoris

    #23089

    Cassel
    Keymaster

    Oh, that mug is a great idea! Personal yet useful!

    What will you be doing with all those pages? Do you plan on printing them in an album?

    #23094

    Annie Tobin
    Participant

    Hello Scrapbook Campus Friends.  Yes, I have been MIA and way too complicated a story to go into here.  This is not a fun or happy page but it does reflect real life.  I loved the layout demonstrated in Lab 5 Lesson 1 so decided to use it again.  Thanks for takin a peek my friends.

     

    #23097

    Cristina Hanlon
    Participant

    DeLoris, I love your design and the mugs! It is so much fun to create something and give it to people that you know will appreciate.

    I made a calendar (calendar challenge) to give to my mother-in-law using many photos that have a meaning to her… I made one last year and she liked it very much.

    #23098

    Cristina Hanlon
    Participant

    Annie, what a powerful layout. I know someone close to me that had it for a looong time, and how painful it was… But I know as well that with treatment people do get better. She called me once early in the morning to help her to get out of the bed…  It was a difficult time… But with continuous treatment, this person is stable for over 12 years… There is HOPE.

    I am so happy to see you here!! My best wishes to you! <3<3<3

    #23099

    Annie Tobin
    Participant

    Lovely work on both Michelle, well done.

    #23100

    Annie Tobin
    Participant

    Thanks dear Cristina, your sentiments are very much appreciated. I am very happy to be back and creating again. I did not realize how much I would miss all the beautiful work. I was in a different world for a while but my GP, wonderful friends and family have made all the difference. I’m really looking forward to seeing all the beautiful creations again. xoxoxo

    #23101

    Annie Tobin
    Participant

    Dear DeLoris I love every piece of your work. You are a creative wonder … well done my friend. xoxoxo

    #23102

    micfin
    Participant

    Welcome back, Annie. I understand the sentiment only too well as I live with chronic depression. Stephen Fry put it brilliantly and your page is perfect. Hugs for you. <3

    ~ Michele

    P.S. If you put your watermark on it, I would love to post it on FB if you don’t mind. If not, I understand.

    • This reply was modified 2 months, 1 week ago by  micfin.
    #23104

    micfin
    Participant

    I went full-on scrapbook for this birthday card. I used a kit from Digital Scrapbook Studio and a font from Creative Market called Holland. I’m sure any campus members recognize the ornamental corner punch from the Creation Cassel store. I’m working on getting all of the sets; they dress up just about anything you can work on.

    #23107

    Cristina Hanlon
    Participant

    Michele, this is a lovely layout and kit… This proves you are a scrapbooker and a good one.

    Like so many, I am a big fan of Cassel’s corner punches and I think I have all of them – I better check! 🙂 I love the font! I have so many fonts that I lost track of what I have… I need to install the program suggested by Cassel (forgot the name)… I already downloaded but can’t find it lol

    #23108

    micfin
    Participant

    Thanks so much, Cristina. I, too, am a font-a-holic. I got a font manager, but I haven’t had time to organize my fonts. 🙂

    ~ Michele

    #23139

    Annie Tobin
    Participant

    Thank you so much dear Michele.  I am more than happy for you to post to facebook.  Watermark is bottom left corner.  Hugs and Love……Annie T

    #23140

    Annie Tobin
    Participant

    Beautiful work on this Michele, viewing your work is much appreciated. Puts a smile in my day. Hugs and Love……Annie T

    #23142

    Annie Tobin
    Participant

    Just finished this one.  It is the layout from Basic Scrap Module 2.  Thanks for takin a peek.  Hugs and Love……Annie T

    #23147

    Annie Tobin
    Participant

    As you can see I have been going back to the very beginning because they are such valuable lessons.  I simply wanted to cement some of those great tips from Cassel.  This is the very first Basic Scrapbooking Module 1.  I loved this simple layout and I used wonderful photos from Unsplash.  Actually I think this young man wears his freckles very well!  🙂  Unsplash really does inspire my creative side, I see a great photo and think … now I could do something with that!  Thanks for takin a peek my friends.  Hugs and Love……Annie T

    • This reply was modified 2 months ago by  Annie Tobin.
    #23155

    Annie Tobin
    Participant

    Basic Scrapbooking Module 3.  This was a fantastic tutorial especially in regards to the way shadows can be used to enhance a scrapbook page.  Such dimensional power, 🙂  Thanks for takin a peek dear friends.  Hugs and Love……Annie T

    #23157

    Annie Tobin
    Participant

    I love marmalade and I love marmalade cats too.  Basic Scrap Course – Module 4.  I’m loving these simple layouts.  Thanks for takin a peek my friends.  xoxoxo

    #23163

    Cristina Hanlon
    Participant

    I have not been here lately as I have to finish a few things before Christmas… When I do what a lovely surprise! … Annie, you’ve been busy! I like not only the layouts you made but also the photos you choose… One complements the other so well.

    Have I said I like your style? 🙂 Hugs <3

    #23165

    Annie Tobin
    Participant

    Thank you so much dear Cristina.  It feels so good to be back creating again.  I may slack off for a few days now … heaps of cooking to do, 🙂  Hugs and Love to you my friend.

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