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  • #58889
    Cristina
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    Karon, I am so very sorry to hear about this sudden loss of your daughter-in-law. Unimaginable loss for your son. My deepest sympathies to the family.

    #58891
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Carole,

    Yeah, I just wasn’t sure which way it would be best but you are right it does look better flipped. I did flip it and added some info.

    Looking at the names in my family I find that I am the only Lynda. Both my sisters were named after relatives. Go figure!

    #58898
    Cassel
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    Lynda, with the labels all in place, you can now add shadows to each of them, and add photos (if you have some) and some embellishments (like ribbons, lace, etc. anything that seems “antique”).

    #58905
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Thanks Carole

    #58907
    Sue Thomas
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    It’s been a few day since I was on here, and  what beautiful creative pages have  posted. I’d like to thank those who have  commented on  my pages too, it’s always much appreciated my  psp friends

    A birthday ecard for a family member. This year’s fox cub. The dandelion seeds are a brush. I saw this graphic quote on creative fabrica this morning. Instead of downloading it to use the png file, I created my own using not quite so heavy fonts. The butterflies and hearts are also fonts, taking their colours from the photo. Thin white border. I often lay in wait on the ground for mammals, insects and birds, this time after what seemed like hours, I got my shots, and came back 3 ticks on me. Straight away I got into the shower. lol

     

    #58909
    Sue Thomas
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    Meet one of my new friends, one of this year’s Jack Rabbit youngsters. He/she love the dandelions in the yard, the dandelion disappears in not time. Although they are called rabbits, they are actually hares, like the snowshoe hare they turn white during winter. I have quite a few of them, all ages, and I have called then all Bobtail. Out of the blue this name popped into my head one day. From a watch with mother children’s programme, called Rag, Tag and Bottail. Rag was a mouse, Tag was a hedgehog, and Bobtail was the rabbit. Strange the things we store in our minds. I used to watch ‘Watch with mother when I was a child, the programme ran from 1953-65. Does anyone else remember these programmes? Giving my age away now!   A simple frame

    #58910
    Annie Tobin
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    Both are so sweet Sue. Beautiful little critters and delightful photos my friend, well done. 😉

    #58912
    Annie Tobin
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    This is what I created from Lab 11 Module 6 … it was really fun to do.  I had a bit of a trial getting the double scalloped edge to work out but the use of guides eventually did the trick.  Thanks for takin a peek my friend.  ;D

    #58913
    Sue Thomas
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    Thank you Annie. You did a tremendous job on the lab page. It makes me want to load up my kayak and head for the water. Well done my friend.

    #58920
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    Annie recently said, “Bonnie I see that you are branching from your beloved pickelball .” I told her I was working on a page…here it is. Template from Lab 11 06 as are two of the fonts used. Sure is good to feel the grip of covid loosen. Wonderful to see friends again!

    #58921
    Annie Tobin
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    You are very welcome dear Sue and thank you my friend! ;D

    #58923
    Lynda DiGregor
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    #58925
    Annie Tobin
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    I love it Bonnie, very inspirational my friend … particularly love the layout. Well done my friend. 😉

    #58927
    Annie Tobin
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    A cool piece of wordart Lynda, and I love the idea of the black background, sure makes those lovely colors stand out. Well done my friend. ;D

    #58930
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Thanks Annie..appreciate the kudos , especially from someone who always goes the extra mile with her creativity. Love your surfboards. Puts mine to shame.  🙂

    #58931
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Bonnie , love your fox and your bunny….So cute!

    #58932
    Sue Thomas
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    Lynda, I love the colour scheme you used on your word art, it’s great.

    #58933
    Sue Thomas
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    Bonnie, you always create such incredible energetic pages. Great work!

    #58936
    Ann Seeber
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    Wow, everyone’s work is so inspiring. Annie, that beach belongs here; aren’t you hitting winter now? 😉 All I’ve been fiddling with is a North American map showing where I’ve touched down over the years but it’s not finished yet. Meanwhile…

    I’m scurrying around with a wedding coming up tomorrow, Fri June 11 at 6pm (thank goodness that will be over!) My daughter, Laurey, is the Mother of the Bride.  She has dubbed it The Wedding of the Century! My oldest, Debbie, just flew in from California with her son Will, daughter-in-law, Lucy and baby Magic who turned ONE last Friday! Baby Logan’s parents are in the wedding party.  I’ll be traveling via limo with my youngest, Beth, and her crew tomorrow (but baby Sonya stays home), to the wedding venue up in the woods of North/East Pennsylvania at a resort called Silver Birches. We’ll have the ceremony outdoors and the reception is indoors. The zookeeper bride’s Puggle-dog, Riley, will be the ring-bearer among other assorted hi-jinx!

    Pictures to follow. Meanwhile, here’s the Amazon shot of my dress..  😀

    #58937
    Cristina
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    Ann, this is a very nice, comfortable and elegant dress. Congratulations to the bride and groom for this special day!

    #58938
    Cristina
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    Sue, beautiful photos as usual… I love, love the Fox cub layout!

    Annie, I love this layout, the colors, the alpha… Just lovely!

    Bonnie, again a lovely layout showcasing your pickleball layouts… It is really great to see life “slowly” coming back to normal!… I will feel more comfortable being around people indoors once I have the second vaccine dose.

    Lynda, so true… Nice WordArt!

     

    #58940
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Happy wedding , Ann.. I’m sure it will be a wonderful day

    #58941
    Sue Thomas
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    Thank you so much Cristina. Although the photos of the cub were taken close up, I cropped him/her, to use only the head, I tried out the AI resize, which is new in 2021. I was pleasantly surprised at the result. My photo is 6.5MB. I don’t know if it would increase the size of a much smaller file as well. I do have, but don’t use it very often, Photo Zoom 7, which allows me to increase the size of a file with lots more tools to edit.

    #58947
    Annie Tobin
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    Thanks Lynda … gave me a chuckle because it was your surfboards that inspired me! We each have our own style so never underestimate yours my friend. 😀

    #58948
    Annie Tobin
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    Ann, lovely dress, you will look most refined and elegant at the wedding. May it be a remarkable occasion for all concerned and my best wishes to the bride and groom for their future together. 😀

    #58949
    Annie Tobin
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    Thanks dear Cristina. I mostly stick to a simple page which this one is … tends to keep the eye centered on the main subject! 😀

    #58951
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Thanks Annie, you are a sweetheart

    #58952
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Thanks Cristina….it was a combination of Cassel’s  Alpha maker script and Marisa Lerin’s  pixelscraper papers. Have to say , it wasn’t an easy make! 🙂

    #58955
    Michele
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    I’ve been under the weather of late, but I finally was able to catch up. I love looking at everyone’s projects; all so unique and wonderful.

    Karon, I’m so sorry to hear about your family’s loss. Wishing you strength and healing.

     

    #58957
    Michele
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    Found my inspiration for this one from Sue’s frame template. I created my own as I wanted them all to be in the same proportion (ratio?). I made the first image, then duplicated and reduced the size; duplicated and mirrored the new image. Lather, rinse, and repeat. LOL. The font is called Bubble Man and is free on 1001Fonts. Looking at it now, I think the shadows might have worked better with the light source being centered and the two left pics having a different shadow direction. Oh, well, live and learn. 🙂

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