What are you working on (in July 2019)

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  • #31287

    Annie Tobin
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    Sharon, I think your flower is delightful, well done my friend. I really appreciate a slight imperfection as it is very indicative of nature … perfection is a human desire, 🙂 Your work is beautiful, thank you. <3

    #31293

    Sharon Wilke
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    I had lots of fun creating today’s post! It’s fun to just play around sometimes. Thank you Carole, for the pizza. I love it, but now I’m hungry. The paper I used was created from the Summer Punches set that I purchased a few weeks ago. Those are a lot of fun to play with too!

    #31301

    libera
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    Sharon, a WOW for  your hand drawn flower with your tablet!

    #31303

    Michele aka micfin
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    Well, now you’ve got me drooling, Sharon!

    ~ Michele

    #31306

    Michele aka micfin
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    Today’s theme for my gaming group was Watercolors. I used headshots of characters from the game and used PicToPainting to make them look like watercolor paintings. I copied each and pasted into selection. I did the same thing with the floor, then adjusted it with the pick tool set to perspective. The three “patrons” are my avatar from the game; if I had had more time, I would have put some shadowing on them. The font was Falling Slowly Sans, free from FontBundles.

    Hope you enjoy.

    ~ Michele

    #31308

    Cristina
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    Sharon, this pizza looks yummy… Great idea of using the pizza dough for the title!

    Michele, I love, love what you did… Seeing the empty art gallery wall and then the finished page… Amazing, everything looks perfect!

    #31322

    Annie Tobin
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    Sharon, I agree with Cristina, your pizza looks yummo! May I have the slice with the mushroom on it … thanks! 🙂
    Michele, well done you clever girl … your perspective technique is just right! <3

    #31331

    AprilDawn
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    Sharon… your pizza looks very inviting !

    Michele…I agree with Cristina, seeing the before and the finished result  is great to see…  you have done a fantastic job!… love it  and well done to you.

    best wishes to you both,

    Dawn.

    #31340

    libera
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    Michele, your gaming group is really inspiring :-). I think, all of us enjoy your art gallery wall, so do I. No doubt about it, successful work. May I ask, where did you find this background?

    #31343

    Michele aka micfin
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    Cristina, Annie, Dawn, and Libera: Thanks, ladies. You don’t know how much I appreciate your kindness and support. 🙂

    Libera, I don’t remember where I originally found this background. I downloaded it a few years ago before I started documenting my sources. There are any number of free sites where you could find something like this. In fact, Cassel has lots of resources on the blog.

    ~ Michele

    #31369

    Annie Tobin
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    I’ve been working on some of the lessons and I particularly love the Master Classes – Title Work.  This is from the one for clear text.  The background paper is from GTD – Inked.  Thanks for takin a peek.

    #31371

    AprilDawn
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    Hi  Annie …  another effect for me to try from the class ….. your result looks great!

    best wishes,

    Dawn.

    #31372

    Michele aka micfin
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    Love it, Annie.

    #31401

    Sharon Wilke
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    Michele, I love what you did with the art gallery! It’s so colorful and inviting. It looks like a fantastic place to spend the day at.

    Annie, I can definitely see that you are a Superfan! I simply love your Title Work. You are such an inspiration!

    I’m still tackling The Lab tutorials. I learned how to create a Sand brush and how to use it too. I threw in Uneven Lines, Notebook Edge, Phrase strips, Polaroid and for good measure some items from a Blog Train I found by accident. I’m striving for Superfan status myself!

    #31420

    Annie Tobin
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    Thanks dear Dawn, Michele, and Sharon. Both webinars of Title Work in the Master Classes are fantastic and allow for some clever effects to add to a scrapbook page. I hope you get to enjoy! <3

    #31421

    Annie Tobin
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    Sharon, I love your result for Journey-1000-miles. The clever combination of elements has delivered a really cool result, well done my friend. <3

    #31422

    AprilDawn
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    hello Sharon …..  love  your Journey page … you have achieved  great results from the tutorials…. well done!

    best wishes,

    Dawn.

    #31423

    Michele aka micfin
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    Thanks so much, Sharon. You’ll be a SuperFan in no time!

    ~ Michele

    #31476

    Michele aka micfin
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    I finally found a good reason to use Cassel’s House Template! My gaming group gets better daily pics because of you, Carole. 🙂

    ~ Michele

    #31490

    libera
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    Fantastic, Micfin-Michele :-)!

    #31499

    Sharon Wilke
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    Another WOW Michele!!! I just adore your inviting home!!

    #31509

    trish williams
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    you never know what to expect with my Bow script

    #31511

    Annie Tobin
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    LOL! Love them Trish, and you sure do have a couple of funky ones in there! <3

    #31512

    Annie Tobin
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    Wow Mic, a really fun result with this one, love it! <3

    #31516

    Sharon Wilke
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    Trish, I love your funky bows! You’ve got some wild ones there!

    #31518

    Annie Tobin
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    This is my result for the perspective tut offered by Cassel on the blog.  Photos used are of Turkey and were snagged from Unsplash.  Thanks for takin a peek.

    #31520

    Sharon Wilke
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    Nicely done Annie! All the photos look like they should be in a real gallery. I looked through the tutorial but I haven’t tried it yet.

    #31524

    Sharon Wilke
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    I got a little sidetracked playing around with the Zig Zag script that Carole created. It’s so amazing! It even worked on a cutout ribbon and one with a crocheted lace border. My favorite part is just watcing it work all on its own.

    I found a couple of not so great photos of my uncooperative dog. I decided to do a small page just so I could use them. Animals are soooooo difficult to photograph.

    Last, but not least, I learned a new gardening trick! It’s seems I have a poacher in the garden and it’s getting my tomatoes. I’ve encountered it twice now. Both times it came running towards me. I learned really quickly how to outrun him!

    #31526

    Michele aka micfin
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    Thank you, LiberaSharon, and Annie.

    Trish, I love those bows! Some look like flowers; some like the sun.

    Annie, you did a wonderful job on the art gallery. I like how you added the extra light on the top of each canvas.

    I love your sense of whimsy, Sharon. You make me smile.

    Michele

    #31674

    Annie Tobin
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    Thanks Sharon, much appreciated my friend. The tutorial is really easy and helps to give a sound knowledge of the pick tool! <3
    P.S. Love your work with the zig zag script and your escapades with the tomato thief made me laugh!

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