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  • #51222
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    #51226
    Raymond Easley
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    Karon, thank you. I re-did it with Sue’s suggestion and this is a couple of the end results. Thanks for your help.

    #51227
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    Friends wrapped Christmas gifts to look like Snowmen. Left them on the porch…at night…without getting caught. What a great surprise!

    #51229
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    And here’s….the snowmen gifts. This is a template from Pixel Scrappers Commons.

    #51231
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    I wasn’t paying attention and placed my photo on the wrong layer…decided I liked it that way…and kept it.

    #51233
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    I always enjoy Carole’s “year in review” templates. This one is from 2018 and I made some changes. These photos were taken during the first half of 2020…mostly during our first shut-down.

    #51235
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    Another Miss Fish template, Fall Festivities, 02. I have learned not to buy templates…I have to make myself use them. I really like templates but when I want to do a page I never think to check my templates.

    #51237
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    Third Shot Sports is located in Canada. Mark Rennesson who owns it is a terrific teacher/coach. He has been posting these images on FB. Pictured is Tyson, Riley, Simone, Ben and Irina. Can you ID each one?

    #51239
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    Not to be outdone by Mark, here are some of my friends playing with the elf. Can you find Judy, Michelle, Sandy, Marilyn and Wayne?

    #51244
    Annie Tobin
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    Dear Karon, so pleased you enjoyed my efforts, thank you my friend.

    #51246
    Annie Tobin
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    Terrific layout and beautiful work on the digital cross stitch and the bookshelves worked a treat. Well done Karon!

    #51249
    Annie Tobin
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    I loved all your pages Bonnie but the one that attracted me the most was The Apple House. Simple layout, lovely photos and has a real nostalgic feel to it. You have been very busy my friend and I have enjoyed the viewing. Thank you Hon.

    #51251
    Annie Tobin
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    Well done Raymond. If it means anything for you … I prefer the clarity of MarlenewTV. It was no easy task you tackled and I think you did very well. I am a tuber and I would not have liked to tackle that project!

    #51252
    Raymond Easley
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    Annie, thank you! If it comes from you?? I’m smiling! It did take a couple of hours to mask her out of the original photo. After that it went much easier.

    #51254
    Annie Tobin
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    I have been playing today my friends with some of Michele’s Fairymist tutorials.  I have followed Michele for many years and I truly love her tutorials.  This particular one is called Honeymoon but I did change a fair bit … as you do!  I love the artwork of wildlife enthusiast Alan Hunt … his paintings are really amazing and often times I have to really check to see whether they are art or photos.  Four of his paintings are in this one and they are truly captivating.  Of course, sized down the detail gets lost a bit but if you do a google search you will find many of his paintings to give you an idea of how amazing his artwork really is.  Thanks for takin a peek my friends.  ;D

    #51255
    Michele
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    You are all just blowing my mind! Great work, everyone.

    #51256
    Karon Dey
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    Bonnie, all of your layouts are wonderful. I loved reading about each of them. And I adore the snowmen Christmas gifts. What a great surprise.

    Raymond, both are extremely well done. MarlenenewTV is so crisp and clear. While Impression softens the pixelation that can occur when scanning.

    Annie, thank you so much for taking a look at my layout. Your input means alot to me. Wow, The Love of Country is simply amazing. I will have to check out some of her tutorials.

    Michele, hope all is going well for you and that your new year will be spectacular.

    #51257
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Thanks, yours is certainly high praise.

    Lynda

    #51259
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Bonnie, you have been a busy girl. Love all of them.

    Lynda

    #51261
    Raymond Easley
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    Karon, thank you for your kind words…..you all are quite amazing in your use of PSP.

    #51263
    Raymond Easley
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    I tried to combine some techniques in Carole’s recent scrapbook camp and a texture and elements from DesignCuts.

    #51264
    Raymond Easley
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    Annie your Love of Country is wonderful. Ha! it shows me how much I need to learn!

    #51266
    Sheila Hogg
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    I have already posted this on Fb and forget to come and post it here so here is my take on last sunday’s webinar. TFL.

    Some lovely things being posted on here.

     

    Sheila.

    #51270
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Sheila, Looks like you had fun with the last master class too. This is cute

    Lynda

    #51272
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Hey Annie,

    Thanks for directing me to PSPpals. There is a lot of stuff there. I think most of the plugins if not all, are not compatible with 2021 but I went through the Blend tutorial and made do. I did find a copy of Jasc animation shop so I was able to make the stars twinkle. I will do some more investigation into the site. I think it has a lot to offer. This is the tutorial that I did. Didn’t vary much from the original except for the stuff I couldn’t use.

    #51274
    Sheila Hogg
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    Thank you Linda.

    #51275
    Sheila Hogg
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    Lovely colours and result Linda.

    • This reply was modified 8 months, 3 weeks ago by Sheila Hogg.
    #51280
    Annie Tobin
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    Thanks dear Karon and you are most welcome my friend. 😉

    #51281
    Annie Tobin
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    I love your AubreyJakeFranceChristmas2019 page Raymond, you are advancing with PSP in great leaps and bounds my friend. Credit goes to Michelle Fairymist tutorials for the Love of Country page. I simply provided the tube and the artwork of Alan Hunt. What I like about those type of tutorials is that they quite often will bring up the use of a tool that you are not familiar with. They also rely heavily on plugins … of which I have very many, LOL! Cassel’s tutorials help us to grow creatively by creating our own elements etcetera. The tutorials by Maidiregradica are interesting but what she offers is a wealth of knowledge on how to work with plugins etcetera in PSP. All of the peripheral sites stimulate the creative juices. I have links to many tutorial sites and have decided to play around with them and do some posting here. Thank you my friend, much appreciated. ;D

    #51284
    Annie Tobin
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    Hi Lynda. I have posted twice to you now but neither have shown up. I just wanted to give you useful information regards plugins etcetera. I will try again later … very frustrating! 🙁

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