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  • #44434
    Cassel
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    It is a new month and new projects.

    Show off what you are working on in July, be it a scrapbook page, a tutorial, or anything else you want.

    We are curious and want to see, learn and get inspired.

    These threads are quickly becoming a fantastic source of inspiration, support, and friendship. Keep them coming!

    • This topic was modified 2 months ago by Cassel.
    #44457
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    Yes, I am playing pickleball…in a very small group…all of whom are being extremely careful. Two of our players are at very high risk and cannot be around large groups. I keep forgetting that my age makes me high risk also…which means all our members but one is high risk. Sandy is one of our players who is very high risk. On June 30 she was not playing so when we saw her approaching the court, we thought she was coming to play. She didn’t have her paddle but she did have a cooler. She had gone to our favorite ice place and purchased ice cream for each of us. Nice surprise and wonderful treat!

    The mauve page was created using a collage from Better Homes and Gardens. They do not seem to have the collages available now. I searched and searched so I could link them…they are not there. The second page is the latest template from Bourico Casper and is available on her blog: http://lady22.eklablog.com/template-6-2020-a188687044 .

    #44463
    Dorothy Donn
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    I have been working on my picture tubes most of last week and this one. I have quite a tube collection and I am getting very tired of doing this all  day long.

    My question is which version of Corel Paint Shop Pro do I need to get that will just import all of my things that are from Jasic version  7  through the very first Corel version X released in 1990.

    #44466
    Cristina
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    Nice layouts and template, Bonnie. Looking at the happy faces, we can see that this was a really special treat. 🙂

    #44467
    Cassel
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    Dorothy, to answer your question, ANY version of PSP will be able to use your supplies from the previous versions. Even files that are named differently (like .jbr for JASC brushes) would be read and used in more recent versions.

    For additional information, the reason an older version might not always read newer supplies is that the features might have differed. For example, in PSP9, the maximum brush size was 500 pixels. In PSP2020, the maximum size is 3000 pixels. So if you try to load a 3000-pixel brush in PSP9, it won’t be able to handle it. But if you load a 500-pixel brush into PSP2020, it would be no problem.

    #44499
    Karon Dey
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    Will slowly get caught up here.

    Triplets
    Lab 10 Module 5: photo cutout, triangle pattern, uneven arrows.
    Kit used: Memorykeeping – Vintage ©Kimeric Kreations

    Winter in the Mountains
    Experiment 1: Title work: season
    Experiment 5: Fun Font Find: Aquiline Two; EB Garamond
    Kit used: A Winter Wonderland ©Kimeric Kreations; Wintertide ©Kimeric Kreations

    My Superhero
    Experiment 2: Element: superhero logo
    Boy Power ©Boomers Girl Designs

    #44502
    Karon Dey
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    Last two I did in May, then off to see what you all did in June.

     

    Time
    Experiment 3: Color/Pattern/Texture: numbers as decoration
    Kit used: Bounti Fall ©Just So Scrappy

    Gypsy Pete Paul
    Experiment 4: Sketch/Template: happy memories template by Giorgia Rossini
    kit used: As Time Goes By ©Kimeric Kreations

    #44519
    AprilDawn
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    hello everyone, haven’t been here for awhile however I have been looking at all the wonderful projects you all have done  over the past months and would just like to say a big Well Done! to all.

    best wishes,

    Dawn.

    #44529
    Cristina
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    Dear Dawn, I am very happy to see you here! 🙂 I hope everything is ok with you.

    I miss seeing your beautiful cards/work and hope to see you more often here.

    Best wishes <3

    #44530
    Cristina
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    Hi Karon,

    I am glad you found the “What are you working on in…” thread, so more people will see your lovely work.

    You did a wonderful job with the Lab tutorials and experiments!

    #44537
    AprilDawn
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    Hello to you Dear Cristina, Thank you so much for your kind words. Health issues became quite challenging last year and into this year and it is just a couple months ago that I have  enjoyed  card making again. .. though  still not sure when  I will be posting anything here…. popping into the forum and viewing everyone’s creative works  adds a bit of sunshine into each day  during these stressful times we are all experiencing.

    hope you are keeping well ?

    Dawn.

    #44539
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Still playing with masks. This is just to see if I could make something of the cass-maskmaker

    #44540
    AprilDawn
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    hello Lynda you have created a very nice mask for your photo.. cass- maskmaker script is a good one to have. the background and frame suit your photo very much.. very pleasing on the eye….

    best wishes,

    Dawn.

    #44544
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Thanks Dawn, I appreciate your feedback. I agree, the maskmaker is pretty cool and Carole’s RasterToMask is also pretty useful. Have a good one and stay safe.  🙂

    #44545
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Karon, you have done a great job on all of your scrap pages. Love the B&W photos!  keep up the good work.  🙂

    #44550
    Cristina
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    Hello Dawn 🙂

    We are doing well, thanks!  Cases are going down again here, and almost everything is open, but we still take precautions when going out… I think we will be doing this for a while.

    I do hope your health continues to improve, and even if not posting yet, you show up here and there. 🙂

    Best wishes <3

    #44551
    Cristina
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    Lynda, I love masks although I don’t use them much… keep forgetting. I use them more when the challenge asks for it. I remember when I joined the Campus, I had no idea how to create my own mask, always using someone else’s… I was so happy when I learned it from one of Carole’s tutorial.

    I like very much the mask you created and the contrast of the peach color background with the picture. Nice job!

    #44554
    Michele
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    Bonnie, I’m joining your pickleball team so I can have ice cream after the game! Seriously, though, you made a couple of lovely pages.

    You have been very busy, Karon. Way to go.

    Nicely done, Lynda. I love the peachy colors.

    Dawn, it’s so great to see you here even if it’s just to take a peek. When you’re ready to share your cards, we’ll be here and happy to see them.

    #44556
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Now I’m fooling around with Carole’s shoe presets. So much to do, so little time.

    Thanks to all who made such nice comments on my heart mask. I really appreciate it.

    Bonnie, Cristina, April…hope I didn’t miss anyone.

    Dawn, glad things are getting better but I agree, precautions are the name of the game right now. 🙂

    #44558
    Betsy Davis
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    I wasn’t able to stay awake for the eclipse July 4. I did take a photo of the moon just before the eclipse began. I made this page with one of Marissa Lerin’s templates as inspiration, papers from her sci-fi kit and elements from another kit I’ve had for a long time. I’ve been doing digital scrapbooking for some years and will say that PSP 2020 is the best program I have used. I used Carole’s add borders script.

    #44559
    Lynda DiGregor
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    I love this Betsy. Well thought out and very attractive.  <3

    #44563
    Lynda DiGregor
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    More shoes… 🙂

    #44564
    Cassel
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    Hey Betsy, welcome to the Campus forum. I hope we will see more and more projects from you! I do wonder if ANYONE got a good photo of the eclipse, or if it just was nothing to see?

    Lynda, I am glad to see you have fun with those preset shapes. I actually enjoyed creating them! I might make more shapes for future freebies (when the theme is suitable).

    #44570
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Carole,

    Yes, they are fun. Thanks!

    #44576
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    Donna is my neighbor. Dayana is her daughter. Dayana grew up calling me “Aunt Bonnie”. Very special people.
    Just one photo and text. Each letter of their message cut and pasted with a wider border to make it stand out more.

    #44577
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Bonnie, Your chalk message is so sweet. Lucky Aunt Bonnie!

    #44578
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    Oh, my goodness! All of you are rocking the creativity. I see so many unique pages and techniques. I love coming here to see what you are creating. Lynda, love the shoes and masks! Michele, you are always welcome to join us for pickleball and/or ice cream…after Covid, of course.

    Karon, love all of your elements…I don’t use many elements…something I need to do more…I’ll follow your example. Love the chicken wire and the perspective page.

    Betsy, I didn’t see the eclipse either. Wish I had. Your pre-eclipse photo and page are great. I love looking at the moon and would visit if I could…at my age, that’s not happening.

    #44580
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    Thank you, Lynda.

    An unplanned day with friends took me back to childhood activities. We had tons of fun doing “nothing”. Of course, there was ice cream!…no ice cream pictures…too busy eating.

    #44582
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    Another pickleball page…

    Papers from JBaechtold_AmericanMade. I have no idea when I found them or how to get back to them. Wire summer by marisaL americana wire summer at Pixel Scrapper.

    “Days” font: KG When Oceans Rise
    “Sweet font”: Ambiance B

    #44588
    Karon Dey
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    Thank you so much Cristina. I probably would have never looked beyond the lab if it wasn’t for you. And would have missed so many lovely creations.

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