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  • #38299
    Sue Thomas
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    The photo of the White tailed deer buck is an old favourite of mine.  A relevantly simple page, buttonized frame around the deer, which I masked first.  A coloured gradient on the left side to highlight the text.  Beautiful page Lynda,  and an interesting read.  I like the simplicity of it.  I don’t follow tutorials. I start with a photo, and  I look at it, and go from there.

    #38301
    Cristina
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    Sue, Trish, and Lynda, your work is lovely and so creative. Great job!

    #38303
    Cristina
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    Here is the layout I did to  practice the tutorials from the Lab10 Module 01 (Clock FaceHour HandsAntique Lace)

    I used another template from Scrapping with Liz (Lots of Blocks Template2). Again it is about Christmas Markets, and this was the first one we went. I had fun, just the Antique Lace I had to do a few times until I got something that I liked and fit the layout.

    #38309
    trish williams
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    Lovely tribute Lyn, did you got down inside the the dam, I thought that really interesting , well done xx

    Just a simple frame  , this picture seemed a perfect match for it x

     

    #38312
    trish williams
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    Sue, love that picture, love snowy pictures x

    Christina, that a great picture, I adore that clock xx

     

    #38313
    trish williams
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    #38314
    Annie Tobin
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    Whatever your thing is Sue just keep on doing it … it is simple and effective and showcases the subject matter beautifully. This is a beautiful page my friend. <3

    #38315
    Annie Tobin
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    Nice layout Cristina and the Christmas market thing looks like such fun. Your clock fits in well with the overall page and the antique lace you created is divine! Love your background paper … well done my friend. <3

    #38316
    Annie Tobin
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    Natty frame Trish, I love it and you picked just the right pic to be showcased by it! Well done Hon. <3

    #38323
    Sue Thomas
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    Thank you Annie on your very kind comment.  Trish and Cristina, your pages are stunning.  After several days of thick fog, it finally lifted this afternoon to reveal a winter wonderland, with thick hoar frost. So off out I went armed with the camera. This evening’s project, using this afternoon’s photos. Quite a few techniques used in the project. I’ve included a photo which I used in the page after I extracted it. I edited it slightly to make it very easy to remove the background. I used the magic wand, but there are other ways to do it. The frame  is what I created the other day.  I changed the colouring.

    #38324
    Annie Tobin
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    Stunning photos and work on this page Sue. I love the effect you have on your background paper. You are doing nature proud my friend. <3

    #38326
    Annie Tobin
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    Hi Campers. I had a play with the lovely bunny photo from DiGregor Photography … thanks for this photo Lynda, it is really lovely. I have been practicing how to make seamless patterns. It takes a little work and I am only able to create them using the brush tool. The background paper is one I made for this project this morning. The tubes are my own effort as are the alpha, plaid and ribbons. The stickers I made from lovely tubes that I have had forever. The little poem was a freebie I snagged off the web, I just added the frame to it. Thanks for takin a peek!

    #38330
    Annie Tobin
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    My second play for the day dear Campers.  Thanks again Lynda for this lovely photo of Willow Beach.  You are a good photographer my friend.  Well I really had some fun with this one, creating as I went along.  I especially enjoyed making the twill ribbons.  The tubes I made by mostly using the magic wand which I think has improved a lot since my initial use of psp which was version 10 … I think.  I have got a certificate in tubing and I can honestly say it is a lot easier to tube today than it was when I earned that certificate, lol!  The blurb was copied from the web as I had no info regards Willow Beach but thanks to Lynda I am now a little more enlightened, 🙂  The background paper was another that I created using a seamless tile made from a brush I created of an agave plant … that was fun as well.  Anyways folks, thanks for takin a peek!

    #38339
    Cristina
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    Trish, Sue, and Annie, thank you very much for your kind comments! <3

    Sue, great photo and lovely layout. I love the background paper; it looks like it has a canvas texture. I also like how you “play” with frames in all your layouts.

    Trish, nice frame, and it fits the photo perfectly.

    Annie, very nice layouts. I love both background papers and the twill ribbons.

    Great work, ladies!

    #38346
    Dorothy Donn
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    Tax season break late last night and I literally threw this one together.

    Upload #2 I guess I really was tired. I just fixed it and I am back to work.

    #38353
    Annie Tobin
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    Thanks dear Cristina!

    #38354
    Annie Tobin
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    Lovely photos Dorothy, well done! <3

    #38377
    Annie Tobin
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    Hello Scrapbook Campus … I found a delightful photo on Unsplash by Oliver Roos.  So, still playing around with backgrounds, I just had to do something with it.  I decided to keep this one simple.  The alpha is by Marisa Lerin from Pixel Scrappers.  Thanks for takin a peek!

    #38380
    Sue Thomas
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    What a beautiful page you created Annie.  Your background papers are stunning. I love the colours you chose to showcase the photo.  I love lilac!  The purple flower is a cornflower, commonly known as  Bachelor buttons. Small birds love their seeds.  The foreground  seeded plants are  thistles,  I can’t be certain but the leaves  resemble the   Sow Thistle.  They have delicate buttercup yellow flowers. The seeds in the background are a member of the coneflower family.  You also did Lynda’s photos proud. All your papers are exquisite.   Well done!

    Thank you Cristina,  I did use a canvas texture on the background photo, it toned down the colours. As for frames, I’m always thinking of new ways to frame my photos.

    #38381
    Cristina
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    Annie, you did it again, another beautiful layout! I love everything about it.

    I am missing Michele and her lovely work here. Hopefully, we will see her here soon. 🙂

    #38395
    Annie Tobin
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    Sue, thank you so much. I really appreciate your knowledge of nature and now I have learned about these delights from you. I loved the photo and I had been wondering what the flowers were but could not find anything on them from Google. I am learning so much here, not just from Cassel but also from students who include valuable journaling in their work. It is a real joy to hop on here of a morning and peruse the beautiful work and wealth of information. <3

    #38396
    Annie Tobin
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    Dear Cristina, thank you so much my friend, your comments are always greatly appreciated. <3

    #38758
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Carole,

    Thanks so much for the instruction on the Character Map…I had no idea. I made this FB Banner for Valentines Day using the font Memories. The hearts are from Pixel Scrappers

    Thanks again,

    LyndaDi

    #39737
    Lynda DiGregor
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    I got Carol’s custom playing card script. After a slow start Carol put me on the right path and I got the script to work properly.  I think this will be fun to work with. Here are my first two attempts.

    #39740
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Hey Annie,

    I have to agree with Sue Thomas… I love this flower and you have done it justice. We have many that grow wild in the preserve and along the river in our backyard.  I believe that it is a Thistle Flower.  Cornflowers have flat leaves and look much like daisy’s but are of different colors, pink and purple.

    You can take a look here:    https://www.google.com/search?q=thistle+flower&sxsrf=ALeKk01EvnBtVFI5vlFhaYrlxbqzZIoTrQ:1582677223669&tbm=isch&source=iu&ictx=1&fir=fa0Lv6RgViGFUM%253A%252C7lLqe80H-aUxiM%252C_&vet=1&usg=AI4_-kTmGywU7sdjh3yDBjt6wKjPjjtOEQ&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjGwteN_O3nAhVQGDQIHRLBAi8Q_h0wFXoECBEQBA&biw=1536&bih=722#imgrc=jZAnreF-14SdxM

    Keep up the good work . You have a great eye for beauty.

     

    #39743
    Annie Tobin
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    Lynda, I have only just read this. Thank you so much for your lovely compliments on my efforts. Thanks also for the link to the thistle flowers … I have perused and all sorts of creative ideas are whirling around in my head! <3

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