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  • #53456
    Annie Tobin
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    Happy to give you a laugh Bonnie … what goes around comes around eh! Love this Rio Grande page my friend and those dogs sure do look to be having a ball. <3

    #53458
    Annie Tobin
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    Playing with the masks again (Day 7) and decided to offer some info on these boobies.  Their beaks fascinate me, kinda lika a speckled rainbow ice block and such a contrast with their foot colour … nature really is amazing.  The font used for the titles is Chicken Butt … go figure, ;D

    #53461
    Michele
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    Fun with clipart: for when you don’t have much time or any ideas, but you must produce something. Font is Mia Bella, paper and gnome from Creative Fabrica, envelope from The Hungry JPEG, and cupid from NicePng. (Daily pic for my gaming group, of course.)

    #53495
    Cristina
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    I haven’t been here for quite a while and see tons of wonderful and creative layouts. Everyone has done an excellent job. Thanks for the inspiring ideas.

    #53499
    Karon Dey
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    Well Bonnie, I guess I just thought I did. 🙁

    #53501
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    LOL, Karon…I do that all the time!

    #53505
    Anne Lamp
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    I started out just playing with the pictures of frost on my windows that I took the other day.  One thing lead to another and this is what I came up with.  If this  Covid  crisis ever settles down, I think I need to start saving for another trip to Hawaii.  Sigh!

    #53506
    Minka
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    Annie T … I am always fascinated by your colorful birds. Yes, we have some colorful birds here, but I must say they seem “mildly colorful” compared to yours! If I ever get out there I am going to have to just plunk myself down somewhere and spend a lot of time just gawking at birds! Love your bird posts.

    #53507
    Minka
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    I’ve had company for the past three/four days. They’ve gone home now but I am too tired to make anything. I sure have enjoyed looking at all your works though. Always something inspiring to gander at! Think it’s an early night for me! zzzzzzz

    #53526
    Annie Tobin
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    Thanks dear Minka, always appreciated my friend. There will be a lot more of those type of posts from me as the photos are easy to get from a reliable source and … I have so few photos of my own. 🙂

    #53552
    Lynda DiGregor
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    I was messing around with the watercolor background in the creative scrap area and one of the backgrounds that I came up with was this. While I liked it, it’s very dark and it took me a few minutes to figure out where I could use it. Dawned on me that the Renaissance Faire uses a lot of dark colors so this is what came of it.

    #53560
    Ann Seeber
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    Lynda: That brings back memories for me. We have a Renaissance Faire here around Labor Day. My husband loved the turkey legs and we enjoyed the jousting and the raptors. Nice layout.

    #53595
    Michele
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    Such wonderful pages, everyone. You all are an inspiration!

    #53598
    Michele
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    I couldn’t come up with something for my FB gaming group’s theme the other day until I found this illustration of  wine being poured into a glass. For the background I resized the original pic to a square and applied a seamless tiling effect. Then I decided to try the Displacement Map which I’d never used before. It has a setting called Under Ice and I liked the way it looked. The font is Frisha. As our friend Annie would say, thanks for taking a peek!

    #53606
    Karon Dey
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    Annie: I just love the contrast of the red footed booby against the sky blue bill. Your layout really brings that out and, as always, I enjoy reading what you write.

    #53607
    Karon Dey
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    Michele: a darling layout for the Fab Diva’s. I really like the Valentine gnome. Great idea. You got me on Wine Swirl. Fantastic layout for your group.

    #53608
    Karon Dey
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    Anne: awesome layout and what a great idea incorporating the dream and the reality.

    #53609
    Karon Dey
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    Lynda: love what you did with the watercolor background. My oldest son use to the a member of the Society for Creative Anachronism. In fact, he and his wife held a medieval wedding, which was very interesting. The picture of the hawk and his handler (in full costume) is great.

    #53613
    Corrie Kinkel
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    I haven’t been here for a while and it is treat to look at all the different pages that are made and read about birds etcetera! I was busy on the Love Story Challenge and have posted my work there and on Facebook. After a challenge I always have to clean up the (computer-)mesh I make with bits and pieces everywhere. It is just as scrapbooking with paper without the actual mesh on the floor! But I love it.

    #53617
    Annie Tobin
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    Divine Michele … everything about it appeals. And, it almost looks as if the bottom glass is catching what is flowing out of the top glass … and … divine colours to boot! Excellent work my friend. ;D

    #53623
    Annie Tobin
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    Well you found the right trick with this one Lynda. Sometimes I create a really dark background which I love but am at a loss as to how to use it without sinking into dreariness. Your page is inspirational thank you my friend. 😉

    #53624
    Annie Tobin
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    Thanks Karon, always appreciated Hon. 😉

    #53640
    Annie Tobin
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    I have been playing around with cutouts following Carole’s tut.  I love it, they are such fun.  I have also discovered how to trace using the same principle … a little fiddling here and there, as you do!  Never realised how much I would come to love the Edit Selection tool.  Anyway, this is the Mary River Turtle which is endangered and being closely monitored now to ensure it’s survival.  Isn’t it a quirky little fella?  It is also known as the Green Haired Turtle and, … for obvious reasons … the Punk Rock Turtle.  Thanks for takin a peek.  😉

    #53648
    Cristina
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    Love, love all the new additions to this thread. EVERYONE is doing a spectacular job!

    #53649
    Michele
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    Thanks so much for the kind words, Karon.

    Sweet Annie, the top glass pouring into the bottom glass is exactly what I was going for!

    #53650
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Thanks Annie, Dark backgrounds are a little harder to use and stay upbeat.

    Lynda

    #53657
    Val
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    Annie T – This Fishy layout is great. I love tea but most of my teapots are cow related. Very pretty.  I love your bird layouts and this one is so much fun. Your use of arrows for the labeling is awesome. Your green haired turtle made me laugh. I am now interesting in the cutouts/tracing… I will get there I hope. On lab 7-12!!! Only 36+ to go.

    #53658
    Val
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    Michele – Your cupid ball layout made me smile. It is just so fun.  Your wine from one cup to the other is fantastic. I love the look.

    #53659
    Val
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    Lynda D – Your colors for the renaissanace faire layout is beautiful. Goes so well with the woman’s clothing and head dress.

    #53660
    Val
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    Anne L – I love your trail of hearts and snow flakes to each window. Great layout.

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