What are you working on (in January 2019)

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  • #25113
    Marlene Lingham
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    I like using the Out Of Bounds technique, Cassel’s tutorial was a bit easier to understand than others I have seen. I thought I would post a birthday card I did for my Brother-In-Law. It features the Karunda Railway near Cairns, in Queensland. You can travel up to Karunda in the train then back down on a cable car, Brian and my sister had done the trip when they visited from England in 2007.

    #25132
    Linda Tucker
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    Hi.  My name is Linda.  I am a digital scrapbook/card maker. I am also part of a Creative Team.  I have been crafting for over 15 years and I love it.  Hopefully my page is loaded ok.

    #25153
    Michele
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    Great job on your projects, ladies!

    Now that the bootcamp is over, I found time to experiment. Here are two birthday cards I made using new (for me) techniques. I hope they don’t lose too much detail after resizing them down.

    The one I made for Ute uses a mask I made and effects: artistic: halftone lines. I was inspired by someone who used Filter Forge to make something that looked like the same gradient was used for the picture and the frame. I wanted to replicate the effect without using any plugins. It wasn’t the same, but I was pleased with the results.

    The second one was a bit tedious, but I liked what I ended up with. I learned to do a “flower twirl effect” in a PSP group on Facebook. The background was made using the floral image with radial blurs, distortion effect twirls, many layers, opacity levels, mergings…rinse, lather, repeat.

    If anyone wants details on how I did anything, please feel free to ask. I just didn’t want to bore anyone with too much information.

    ~ Michele

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    DeLoris Musick
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    Michele, your cards are lovely!

    Hugs,

    DeLoris

    #25164
    Anna Bender
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    this is one of the cog wheels I made with the cog wheel, rusty, acrylic glitter, and edge magic scripts. Plus a lot of layers and shadows and bevels and a pattern i made in painter.

    I know, not really scrapbook stuff but I make designs for shirts and book covers etc.

    #25179
    Teri Cleaveland
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    Micfin, I love the horses! I wouldn’t have thought of that on my own!

    #25183
    Teri Cleaveland
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    I’ve done a couple of other projects so will upload those. Hope you like.

    #25190
    Michele
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    Thanks, Teri. To be perfectly honest, I think the tutorial might have used a horse. I’m glad you liked it.

    Your layouts are wonderful. I think I mentioned on the FB page that I love the way you displayed your family history. The pics of the butte are wonderful.

    Love your cog wheel, Anna. It’s very creative.

    ~ Michele

    #25193
    Michele
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    I incorporated some of the things we learned at the bootcamp to make the daily pic for my gaming group. I’m so glad I finally know how to use the Selections: Modify: Select Selection Borders properly. In the past, I wouldn’t always know that I wanted borders on the individual pics until after I started my layout. I do these daily pics on the fly most days and my workarounds took so much time. Knowing how to use the tool properly saves me a lot of time, effort, and frustration.

    ~ Michele

    #25240
    Mary Schlafly
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    Just a small project with the great Template “Year in review” that Carole shared early this month.

    Photos are from my vacations last year in Chiloe Island-Chile.

    #25273
    Annie Tobin
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    Love your work Marlene.

    #25274
    Annie Tobin
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    Beautiful cards Michele, well done scrappy friend, 🙂 <3

    #25275
    Annie Tobin
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    Love your work Anna, very Gothic! <3

    #25276
    Annie Tobin
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    Very nice work Teri, well done. <3

    #25277
    Annie Tobin
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    Well done Michele. Unbelievable how much was picked up at Bootcamp. Just goes to prove there is always something to learn and Cassel is so on the ball. <3

    #25278
    Annie Tobin
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    Cool work Mary, love your style. <3

    #25280
    Annie Tobin
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    This one is the result from Cassel’s Out of Bounds technique.  Very nifty tut, loved it, thanks Cassel.

     

    #25281
    Michele
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    Wow, Annie, that’s awesome (my scrappy friend <3 ) !

    ~ Michele

    #25332
    Annie Tobin
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    LOL!  Thanks Michele, very pleased that you liked it.  <3

    #25367
    Marlene Lingham
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    Loved your elephant Annie, great idea to put the photo in another photo. Thanks to everyone for their comments, always greatly appreciated.

    #25372
    Annie Tobin
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    Thanks very much Marlene and you are most welcome. <3

    #25387
    darlenek
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    Here is my first page using the Basic Scrapbook module 1!!
    Darlene

    #25397
    Michele
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    Nice job, Darlene.

    #25398
    Teri Cleaveland
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    Great job, DarleneK!

    #25402
    Annie Tobin
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    Lovely work Darlenek and I love the warm colour scheme, well done. <3

    #25427
    Cristina
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    Hi Ladies, very nice and creative layouts… Nice work!

    Hi Annie, great to see you back <3 … I also love your elephant Out of Bounds layout!

    I was away for a while … had some family visitors and we made a short trip. Now I am ready to practice some tutorials/techniques. 🙂

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