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  • #59281
    Ann Seeber
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    It’s Father’s Day here and we always celebrated my Dad’s birthday, too, coming on June 23 and always close to Father’s Day. He was born in 1892 and always marveled at the changes he witnessed; going from horse and buggy to cars to rockets to the Moon! He knew Morse Code as he worked on the Erie Railroad for 40 years as Chief Night Dispatcher here on the East Coast. The background is a photo with an added sepia tone, of the post office in Granite, NY, where he was born. The photo on the far left is his mother, my Grandma, Henrietta. The photo second from right he’s with my Mom, Mildred. I’m in the top, round photo with him.

    The page curls were done with PSP/Effects/Image Effects. The headline font is Aviation Cocktail Shadow. Thanks to Sue for the frames template. I used Cassel’s Raster-to-Mask script with it.

    Happy Father’s Day!

    #59282
    Karon Dey
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    Ann: a lovely tribute to your amazing father.

    #59284
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Susanne L,

    Please don’t stop creating. This is truly spectacular.  I imagine this is from “Twilight”?

    As far as your English, I know of English speakers that don’t do anywhere near as well. if you really want some correction, “It takes too much time to  always use the translator.”or “” It takes to much time to use the translator all the time”.  Of course the English language is quirky. Just for fun this is an example of “quirky”.

    https://www.grammarly.com/blog/to-too/

    As far as Cassel, don’t think she would have a problem with using unlimited filters. Ask her..she’s a great teacher.

    • This reply was modified 3 months, 1 week ago by Lynda DiGregor. Reason: add url
    #59286
    Cassel
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    Susanne, Filter Unlimited is a plugin that can be used in PSP, so why not use it? Although PSP can do most things, sometimes, plugins make it easier or faster.

    #59294
    Shirley
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    Trying out a mixture of tool work, like using the background eraser on the bridge, changing layer blend modes. Applying Carole’s script on the feature photo.  I had put a mask through the photo some time ago but hadn’t done anything with it.  These 2 have now gone to fishing heaven, they were great fishing buddies.  I added the white (old look( photo edge from  filtre forge.  This took up a fair part of the day yesterday but it was a good fore runner to stacking the firewood which was a necessary evil. Shortest day yesterday, our winter will be here in full force now then comes the joys of spring.

    #59300
    Karon Dey
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    Shirley: you layout is so beautiful. What a wonderful memory of the fishing buddies.

    #59301
    Annie Tobin
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    Good job on this one Shirley. Terrific use of the PSP tools. The edge of the photo is brilliant … you are really showing some innovative ideas lately Shirl. Good one my friend, a joy to view. ;D

    #59302
    Annie Tobin
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    Ann this is a really lovely page. Your father would have big smiles on the other side. Well done my friend, a wonderful tribute to a loving dad. ;D

    #59304
    Annie Tobin
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    Karon, I love your pages my friend. You always do the experiments in the Lab modules. I must confess that whilst I watch the tutorials and create from there I have never really bothered with the experiments! Perhaps I should go back and do them … never too old to pick up something new. You have inspired me my friend, thank you. ;D

    #59324
    Karon Dey
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    Thanks Annie. You are an inspiration to me as well. 🙂

    #59375
    Karon Dey
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    Lab 6 Module 11
    Lesson 1: rainbow stripe paper
    Experiment 1: filled in letters
    Experiment 5: fun font find – appleberry
    Kit: 13 Rue de Toussaint ©Kimeric Kreations
    Kit: The Everyday Chef ©Creative Victorian

    #59377
    Karon Dey
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    Lab 6 Module 11
    Lesson 2: diamond shape paper
    Lesson 3: spiderweb
    Experiment 2: element – dymo tape
    Experiment 3: color/pattern – arrows
    Experiment 4: sketch template – Alice Boll
    Kit: Hallowtide ©Kimeric Kreations

    #59386
    Annie Tobin
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    Enjoyed perusing your Bloody Marys and Ghost Stories pages my friend … delightful work (as usual), 😉

    #59406
    Karon Dey
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    Thank you, Annie. Your comments mean a lot to me.

    #59425
    Karon Dey
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    Still trying to catch up on the Labs.

    Lab 6 Module 12
    Experiment 2: element – tiny bows
    Experiment 3: color/pattern – red/green
    Experiment 4: sketch template – Alice Boll
    Experiment 5: fun font find – candy cane
    Kit: A Winter Wonderland ©Kimeric Kreations

    #59427
    Karon Dey
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    Lab 6 Module 12
    Lesson 1: spinner template
    Lesson 2: path template
    Lesson 3: token
    Experiment 1: scribbles
    Kit: Family Game Night ©Meagan’s Creations

    #59441
    Michele
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    Sorry I haven’t been very vocal lately. I injured my back and still sorting it out. I haven’t done much more than making the daily pic for my gaming group. And they haven’t been particularly good. LOL But I liked this one.

    I love the Victorian era so I decided to go with that instead of any modern fashion.

    #59444
    Ann Seeber
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    Michele: Gentle hug; quick healing; feel better, hun! Your Fabulous Divas are Fabulous, as usual. Just what does this group do that makes them Fabulous?? 😉 (Hoping the image makes you laugh!)

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    #59446
    Michele
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    LOL, Ann, Love the picture! I’m definitely going to be posting it in my group. The group is for a game called City Girl Life. It’s a simulation game that a bunch of us switched to after they closed down The Sims Social on Facebook. We have apartments that we decorate and the game gives us a different clothing theme every day, hence my daily pic. I probably would have stopped playing a long time ago, but I have made some great friends through the years. I love making my picture every day which is how I ended up using PSP. (I inherited the group so I didn’t name it, but we are Fabulous!)

    Thank you for the hug and good wishes. <3

    #59448
    libera
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    I have been rather “quiet” lately, (too much to do in my job), but I look regularly over the different pages. I’m pleased to see so many “newbies” and still impressed by so much imagination and never ending creativity.
    Thumbs up to everyone! 🙂

    @Michele wish you too “speedy” recovery!

    #59453
    Karon Dey
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    Michele: so sorry to hear about your back. Take care of yourself first and foremost. Love the vintage era gaming pic you did.

    #59471
    Sue Thomas
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    Fuchsia  flowers.  For a change I used the close technique to create the frame, along with effects, textures, blinds, horizontal and vertical.   I will use this in a future project

    #59474
    Sue Thomas
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    I’ve been quiet of late on here and in the campus. As I’ve been in my element, crawling around on the ground shooting insects. Then spending the evenings buried in my books, and my reference cards IDing them. The ground squirrel babies are now out and about, some are no bigger than a mouse, ever so cute, same for the hares, birds and fox cubs that reside in and around the house, yard and fields. In time they will be showcased and posted for you to view. Meanwhile this is a shot I particularly like, the flower is called Snow in Summer ( Cerastium Silver Carpet). Tiny delicate flowers with silvery leaves. Nothing very elaborate. Word frame. I wove the vine around the frame . I used the Kaleidoscope tool for the background paper using a photo of the flowers. Macro Photography,

    #59477
    Annie Tobin
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    Nature is beautiful and you always showcase it perfectly Sue. This page is simple and therefore gorgeous … the photo becomes the drawcard. I always love your work my dear friend and I agree with you regards the vine twined around the frame … lends that special touch! ;D

    #59478
    Annie Tobin
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    Karon you are motoring along with the Lab lessons … about to start L7M1! Love your work my friend … a joy to peruse. ;D

    #59479
    Annie Tobin
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    A delightful page as well Sue. Fuchsias are such pretty flowers and your camera skills do them proud. Well done dear friend. 😉

    #59480
    Annie Tobin
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    My daughter is a Victoria era addict so I am guessing you would get along well with her Michele. I hope your back improves soon cos I know exactly what it is like to suffer from that malady. I had an injection into my spine about 4 weeks ago but it really didn’t make much difference. I think I would like a refund on this body and start again! As always, love your work my friend. ;D
    Ann … I just love your quirky sense of humour! ;D

    #59492
    Sue Thomas
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    What a delightful pleasure it is to browse through the forum, it’s filled with so much talent and diverse pages. Annie, you are always so kind with your comments on my pages, and photography. I thank you from the bottom of my heart. You have an appreciation for nature, you create wonderful nature pages that reside in your beautiful colourful country.

    #59493
    Karon Dey
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    Sue: lovely frame for the fushia flowers. Your bee layout is gorgeous. My sister raises bees so I have an affinity for them.

    Annie: Thank you so much. With everything that has gone on in the last couple of months, I’m trying to use working on the lessons as therapy :).

    #59509
    Annie Tobin
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    I so totally understand that Karon … keep on keeping on lovely lady. <3

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