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  • #52160
    Ann Seeber
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    Cassel: Interested to see if you get this post. I posted a question to you and when I hit SUBMIT it dropped me back on the blank page again……. I tried in Edge and Firefox with the same result each time… ???

    Edit: I see it showed up when I posted this and now it shows previous page numbers, which it didn’t before.. *shrug*

    • This reply was modified 1 month, 1 week ago by Ann Seeber.
    #52163
    Cassel
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    I noticed the same thing when I replied. I am not sure why.  Maybe something to do with switching to a new page?

    #52168
    Annie Tobin
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    Perfect Michele … my eyes were immediately drawn to the subject which was definitely not overpowered. Love it my friend. 😉

    #52169
    Michele
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    Annie Tobin, I received an email notification with your lovely words, but I don’t see your post here. Thanks so much.

    “Annie Tobin wrote:

    Perfect Michele … my eyes were immediately drawn to the subject which was definitely not overpowered.  Love it my friend.  😉

    Post Link: https://scrapbookcampus.com/Community/topic/what-are-you-working-on-in-january-2021/page/9/#post-52168”

     

    #52170
    Raymond Easley
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    To Diamond Members:

    I have sat here and read all the laudable details about Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. I did not vote for him.  I voted for Donald Trump. If you want to support a man who was at a meeting on January 5, 2017 while he was still Vice President and discussed plans to essentially destroy a man’s Presidency when he was not even going to be inaugurated for 15 more days then you do not know his history. A Democratic party who dredged up a total lie about “Russian collusion”, which has since been discovered was financed by Hillary Clinton, illegally outed hundreds of people by the CIA by unmasking their names on confidential telephone calls, took advice from Fiona Hill, a member of the last impeachment who was well aware of the lies of the British spy, Daniel Steele, that is your right, both as citizens of other countries and those of the USA but I for one am not proud of it.

    Joe Biden, who in one day signed a decree letting go 92,000 illegal aliens who just happened to be convicted of crimes by juries and judges and we think that is wise, has to be judged on their criminal activity in the future. By the stroke of his signature he told thousands of union workers who were working on the Keystone XL pipeline to go home, your job has been cancelled without consulting Canada at all and which will result in an immediate tax increase on every gallon of gas we buy, was that a compassionate decision?

    I, for one, raised my hand and took the oath of office to “uphold and defend the constitution of the United States” and spent six years of my life in the U.S. Army, have the right to a different opinion and now I am supposed to be “re-educated” because my views are dangerous? We are so close to losing the first Amendment of the Bill of Rights, which is freedom of speech and why I am taking the time to write this. If it is your wish that I never post another comment on this web site again, then so be it. If I am not welcome because I am a conservative and proud of it, I will gladly leave.

    Sincerely,

    Raymond Easley

    #52184
    Cristina
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    Wow, so much new lovely work posted here! There are too many for me to comment individually, but as always, the Campus is the perfect source for inspiration. Great work, Everyone, for showing your work and sharing tips!

    #52186
    Annie Tobin
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    Played around with another today my campus friends.  All my own work but I did not create the poppy flower just tubed it and the photo is from Australian Geographic.  The leaves I created by following a tutorial by Carole … just can’t remember which one.  The lace corners are actually an overlay that was created using Transparency.  Font used for the title is Siti Maesaroh and layout is my own.  All papers were created using overlays.  Thanks for takin a peek!  ;D

    #52187
    Michele
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    Love it, Annie. I like how you pulled the colors from the bird’s crown to decorate your page.

    #52188
    Cristina
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    Annie, what a fun and colorful layout! And on the side, we get to know more about the Australian fauna! Great work, my friend!

    #52190
    Ann Seeber
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    Trying the Basic Scrap Course again, just for layout ideas. This is Project #1 which I titled: Our New Bridge. It’s about 45 minutes from me towards New York City and I think it’s very handsome! I used the suggested kit: HeatherT-Love Spoken Here. I changed a lot of the colors (as usual) and filled the frames with a wood tile pattern. Didn’t like the arrow so found a different one in my “stash.” The photos are by Glenn Smith from the Hudson Valley in Pictures group. The alphas are from the kit but I changed their colors. The font is Harrington. Dunno what happened to my text but when I scaled down the vector text blew up full size of the page! LOL I backed out and reset the text to raster and hid the vector. Then it worked ok. 😉

    #52191
    Michele
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    Fabulous layout, Ann. I haven’t been on the new bridge yet, but I have armchair traveling down to a T!

    #52197
    Ann Seeber
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    Here’s Module 2 of the Scrap Course, featuring Croton Dam (photo from The Hudson Valley in Pictures). Used the kit: Let’s Shop + bits and pieces needed. No real special techniques, just playing with papers and colors, etc.

    #52199
    Annie Tobin
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    Aw thanks Michele. I love playing with colours and always try to get the page coordinating with the photo. Much appreciated SweetCheeks. ;D

    #52200
    Annie Tobin
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    Thanks so much Cristina, always appreciated dear friend. 😉

    #52201
    Annie Tobin
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    Ann, I admire both pages … bridge and dam. You obviously appreciate the area you live in and that is wonderful. And, thanks for the geographical info my friend, very interesting. 😀

    #52204
    Ann Seeber
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    Lynda: The artist Kevin Michael Roberts has created a portrait of Amanda Gorman that he has for sale. Here’s a peek … prints are available at gumroad.com

    #52205
    Lynda DiGregor
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    That drawing of Amanda is really nice. Thanks for the info, Ann.

    #52209
    Corrie Kinkel
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    I posted this also in the Random Challenge, but I repost it here because everybody seems to be here with all these lovely projects. The info about it is on that page.

    #52212
    Ann Seeber
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    Module 3 of the Basic Scrap Course, 2nd time around. This is titled Concentration and features the Short Eared Owl, common here in Orange County, NY. The background paper from a kit: Life Montage, the frosted branches lower right is the new Corel freebie: overlay. The title font is Wide Latin, doubled and shadowed. The owls were photographed by Joseph Licari for The Hudson Valley in Pictures. I’m also posting the same exercise from June 2020 so you can see the difference. Its title is Family and is the first photo of my grandson, his wife and my first great granddaughter, Magic, who was born June 4.

    Not sure if you’ll be able to read the small text in the owl layout to I’ve posted it here, also:

    The short-eared owl is an open-country hunter and is one of the world’s most widely distributed owls. They course silently over grasslands on broad, rounded wings, especially at dawn and dusk. They use acute hearing to hunt small mammals and birds.

    • This reply was modified 1 month, 1 week ago by Ann Seeber.
    #52217
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    Campers continue to excel. Beautiful work, Everyone!

    My young friends decided to marry during Covid…no ceremony…online to get the marriage certificate, say your vows to one another…no witnesses…you’re married! Photo shoot some time after the marriage.

    #52224
    Karon Dey
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    Trying to get through the new lab before the end of the month.

    Lab 11 Module 1
    Lesson 2: circle doodles
    Experiment 4: sketch idea – by Breising
    Witchcraft & Wizardry ©BoomersGirl
    Wizarding World ©Scraps N Pieces
    Wizard School ©Magical Scraps Galore

    #52225
    Karon Dey
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    Raymond: Thank you for your service. I am a military brat and both of my sons joined services; on in the Navy and one in the Marines. Both were serving with 9/11 happened. But I am grateful they came out okay.

    #52226
    Karon Dey
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    Sue: Such a beautiful St. Dwynwen’s Day card. Great job on the text. Really like how you wove the plants through them.

    #52227
    Karon Dey
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    Ann: Awesome layout commemorating your time in bootcamp. Love that you included a computer with the Scrapbook Campus logo. Fantastic bridge layout. Gorgeous coordinating colors. It is a beautiful bridge. Croton Dam is another very well put together page, with colors that draw your eye to the photo. Enjoyed seeing our owl and family layouts. Both are fabulous.

    #52228
    Karon Dey
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    Annie: Another wonderful idea from you and many thanks for the instructions. Your overlays are lovely. I am tickled “pink” over your Major Mitchell’s cockatoo layout. And how the papers work so well with the picture.

    #52229
    Karon Dey
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    Michele: Fantastic layout for the gaming group. Appears as if you are looking into a tunnel. The font was a perfect choice.

    #52230
    Karon Dey
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    Corrie: Love your Words layout. Very creative.

    #52231
    Karon Dey
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    Bonnie: Lovely tribute to the happy couple. Am so glad they were able to make it work.

    #52235
    Annie Tobin
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    Thanks dear Karon, always appreciate your comments my friend. ;D

    #52236
    Annie Tobin
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    Corrie, I love this my friend. Very cleverly done. A joy to peruse, thank you. 😉

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