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  • #37767
    Sue Thomas
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    Cristina, Thank you, for you kind comments.  I’m so pleased that you found the tips on facebook.  Have fun!  Sue x

    #37824
    Annie Tobin
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    Bonnie, Cristina, Mireille, Sue and Trish … such beautiful work from all of you. I had almost forgotten about the ‘what are you working on’ forum and it was a delightful surprise when I opened it up. Congrats to all of you, jobs well done! 🙂

    #37826
    Annie Tobin
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    I decided to have a play around with one of the lab modules and it was kinda like an ‘eenie meenie miney moh’ thing and Lab 7 Module 7 took the hit. I really love the sample layout so I commited a cardinal sin and plagiarized … yes, I know, one day I will pay for my sins. This is my end result and it is true, I really, really do love window and door art. Thanks for takin a peek!

    #37834
    trish williams
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    hi Annie love that post, well done, having more comp troubles today, wasnt able to post at all all day , anyway fingers crossed the tech guys sorted it out, put on new security and hopefully Carol sorted out that email problem . So this is me now checking to see if all is OK.  is there a Page for Chinese New Year.

     

    #37848
    Cristina
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    Annie, thank you! You just “scraplifted” the layout 😉 and it came out great. I love the color palette! I also love doors and windows, and when I travel, this is something I pay a lot of attention.

    Trish, very nice layout with these lovely pandas.

    #37888
    Dorothy Donn
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    I do not know if any of you ever tried taking a stained glass window pattern and turned it into a paint and texture painting. It does take awhile and I always have one sitting on my back burner to work on occasionally when I am in a blue funk type day.

    As Annie says take a peek ya’ll

    #37890
    Annie Tobin
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    Wow Dorothy, he looks right through you! Nice work Hon, I’ll have to give it a go sometime.

    #37891
    Annie Tobin
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    Thanks Trish! I don’t think there is a forum for the Chinese New Year but posting in What are you working on in January 2020 is appropriate. I love your result Trish, well done my friend. <3

    #37892
    Cristina
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    Dorothy, I never tried this before. It looks amazing!

    #37895
    trish williams
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    WOW  Dorothy that is great, would love to give that a try, thank you for sharing with us x

    Thanks Annie, got hooked on using up some of my chinese bits and piece  now, thanks to you inspiring me x

    Thank you Christina, glad you liked the Panda, thought I’d make a tribute to the China we dont see x

     

    #37928
    Sue Thomas
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    I had to use some of the old grey matter on the framing, I could see in my mind what I wanted to create, after a little thought it all came together. I used the one photo, creating two different sized frames (gold) using the selection tool. on separate layers. Selected the gold frames, expand, on a new layers.(4 frames on separate layers, 4 drop shadows on separate layers) Used the eraser tool, to erase some of the frames, and the selection tool to remove the rest of the photo. Mask and blend mode on the left butterfly, original photo for the background, blur, opacity, and texture. Roll on Spring and Summer! We are having wind chills of -52c, now that is a bit chilly.  🙂   We haven’t had the quantity of snow that was dumped on Newfoundland though. I can give more detailed instructions if anyone is interested.

    #37952
    Teri Cleaveland
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    #37956
    Annie Tobin
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    Wow Teri! You have been busy and you sure have produced some lovely pages, well done!

    #37957
    Annie Tobin
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    You have created a delightful page Sue and the frames are gorgeous … well done Hon.

    #37958
    Annie Tobin
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    Now this is a delightful Chinese New Year page Trish and your color scheme is gorgeous, well done my friend.

    #37960
    Annie Tobin
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    I did another ‘eenie meenie miney moh’ thing and this time Lab 8 Module 2 hit the spotlight. I really enjoyed making the papers, the shaped text and the word frames. The layout was inspired by the sample for the module with just a couple of changes. The photos are from Freepik and the brass tubes are from my collection. Tubing is time consuming but sometimes I just need to sink myself into it. Thanks for takin a peek!

    #37965
    Teri Cleaveland
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    Thanks Ann Tobin, I appreciate it. I tend to binge on things. I need to spend time on my genealogy before summer comes so will probably cut way back on my PSP time 🙁

    #37983
    Teri Cleaveland
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    Another layout for The Studio Community LAD. Our two weeks is almost up.

    #37984
    Cristina
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    Terry, you are creating great family memories. Lovely work.

    Sue, I love the photos, frames, everything. Great work… Wow, it is cold over there!!

    Annie, you created another nice layout having doors as a theme. Those Lab tutorials are really great.

    #37997
    Sue Thomas
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    Thank you Cristina!  Yes, it is a bit  nippy. 🙂  Whiling away these cold winter days.  Roll on Spring and Summer!

    #37999
    Annie Tobin
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    Teri you have created a beautiful memorial page. I really like how the one cluster brings a touch of color which compliments the photo. Your background is a dream. Well done my friend.

    #38000
    Annie Tobin
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    Both are beautiful Sue. I love the simplicity of your work, it speaks volumes. Well done my friend.

    #38005
    Sue Thomas
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    Thank you ever so much Annie!   Your comments and  wonderful pages that you create, oozes with vitality and happiness!  xx

    #38030
    trish williams
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    Burns Night tomorrow so made a new header for my group, I tried to make it the size that they suggest but it cut parts off, so moved parts over, but still the bottom was cut, does anyone know the correct measurement please

    #38032
    trish williams
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    Wow some lovely work on here , I been missing out, need too catch up, well done you all.
    Does anyone on here celebrate Burns Night xx

    #38040
    Annie Tobin
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    Very nice header Trish. Here is a link for the 2020 header dimensions. A bit to read but should be on the right track.

    https://louisem.com/3971/facebook-group-cover-photo

    #38041
    Annie Tobin
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    Lovely page to commemorate Robert’s poetry Trish, well done.

    #38056
    Annie Tobin
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    Hi Campers.  I had a play around with creating seamless patterns today.  There is so much inspiration on the net.  It took a little while but I was able to create a template and then created some papers.  The good thing about this template is that it has 4 sections that you can break up to create 4 individual seamless patterns.  Parts of it are hand drawn but seeing that is very awkward with the mouse the bulk was done with the pen tool – draw point to point – bezier curves … I do love that pen tool!  Template, and paper in blue below.  Anyways … thanks for takin a peek!

    #38061
    Teri Cleaveland
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    Annie Tobin, nice work!! Might I suggest that you add your name or initials, something to your work. You might share this or something in the future and we should be able to give you credit for your work.

    I have been trying to get credit with the layoffs I am doing in a community,  and I’m finding it very difficult.

     

    #38072
    trish williams
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    Hi Annie, Love that paper, well done, very creative , thank you for the size thing, in the meanwhile I have sussed a way wrong it, you just have to fool the box by making what you want, size doesnt seem to matter as such, then pasting that onto a larger layer, it worked great. this is how it looked with the frame and the only part that shows on the header is the one I made for it  xx

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