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  • #77653
    Pirkko
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    #77654
    Pirkko
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    Marie-Claire – Well done and as I said: very addictive endeed  LOL

    #77657
    Michele
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    As usual shares, here is my gaming group’s daily look theme. I used the original picture to create a background using the kaleidoscope effect. Then I erased the background of the original so I was left with just the women. I added some lace overlays from FPTFY (Free Pretty Things For You). And the font is Monsieur La Doulaise.

    Anne, my pics are rarely scrapbook pages. Your Florida Sunset is lovely.

    #77692
    Mary Solaas
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    Pirkko – you are doing some amazing things with a mandala; and Marie-Claire – I love your Mandala Poncho which would make a beautiful crocheted doily!
    Anne – beautiful picture beautifully portrayed.

    #77700
    Anne Lamp
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    I have taken pictures of the frost on my living room window over the years. This is the first time I have cleaned one up enough to use as an overlay. The blue sky background is one I downloaded. The flower behind the frost is mine. I know there is no shadow or anything on the frosty flower layer, but I didn’t like any of the things I tried.

    • This reply was modified 2 months ago by Anne Lamp.
    #77783
    Mary Solaas
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    Lab 8 Mod 10 – God Spilled the Paint. Learned: 1. Cut Out Elements and fill with background paper and possibly picture tube stuff (the capital letters are cut out to the bottom background layer and Cass gold stars picture tube); 2. Crayon Rub on an extracted leaf (the purple leaf in the bottom right); 3. create a paint shape and place it in the folder for shapes (purple paint shape on top of the paint splatter). The capital letters are font Gill Sans Ultra Bold with the outline at 25. The script letters are Edwardian Script. I inner beveled the script on the white paper and the paint splatter and the paint shape. I used the color replacer tool on the stroke outline, the paint splatter, the paint shape, and the lavender paper. The picture was sent to me from a friend in California many years ago.

    #77806
    mireille
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    Hello

    Paper made in 2 versions with the seamless pattern script and brushes but we can use dingbats or, as in the video of the script, tubes. For the texture, I uploaded it to https://www.digitalscrapbook.com/ (pixelscrapper). Have fun!

    #77831
    Sue Thomas
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    I have done several of these, this is the first Summer Subway art I’ve done.

    #77861
    Lynda DiGregor
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    I have been playing with Lab 12-6 and yes it is addicting. I found you can use just about any design to make mandalas.

    This one was made with graphics from Hungry jpeg, Vibrant Orchid watercolors.

    My Grandson and his wife to be.

    #77866
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Here are some of the other mandalas I’ve come up with.

    #77874
    Pirkko
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    wow – great mandalas

    #77882
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Thanks Pirkko-

    Still messing with Lab 12-6 Mandalas

    I thought it might be interesting to start with another shape so this was made with the star shape. I think it kind of looks like a sun.

    #77884
    Ann Seeber
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    Lynda: Yo! Those mandalas are great! I’ve made them before, especially for my great-grands.

    #77916
    Lynda DiGregor
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    This is a combination of Lab 12-6 and 10-1 (clock Face)

    #77917
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Very nice Ann…beautiful babies. Are these recent photos or are they older now?

    #77928
    mireille
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    Wow, beautiful mandalas and beautiful ideas from each other. I have to get started.

    #77930
    mireille
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    Lace created according to the Tulle Lace tutorial of the site.

    #77931
    Corrie Kinkel
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    Wow, beautiful mandalas and lace!!!

    #77937
    Anne Lamp
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    I finally made a Mandala using images I had downloaded and all kinds of other stuff. ( have never been able to draw worth a hoot and am even worse trying to draw with a mouse)  I left it black and put it on top of a multi colored circle I made from this months color pallet.

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    Sue Thomas
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    Wonderfully creative mandalas. Fantastic work by you all.  Each one unique.   I used font monograms to create this Xmassy layout. I extracted parts from the monograms, after changing them to rasters.

    #77944
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Looks like everyone is having a great time with the mandalas. It’s amazing that just about anything can be used to make them.

    Mireille, I love your lace. It looks like you have roses and ribbons in there or am I mistaken?

    Lynda

    #77950
    Ann Seeber
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    Lynda: Thank you! That mandala layout is dated 5/22/21. Here’s more …

    #77952
    Susan Ewart
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    Stunning Mandala’s from everyone.  Pirkko, yours looks like lace, it’s so 3 dimensional.  So interesting to see the variations on them.  they look great in many colors or a solid and on black background. What a great card that would make at Christmas Sue.

    #77955
    Michele
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    Looks like everyone has caught Mandala fever! They look great.

    #77981
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Lab 12-6 and the layout from Judy 2408 that was offered in the Lab.

    The photos are mine, all from my yard. Our fox came by for another visit only this time he stayed in our yard sleeping and languishing. He doesn’t seem to be afraid at all.

    #77984
    Pirkko
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    now Lab 12-Module 6 is ready

    Combined Challenges ›Alphabet Album – J as text in this image

    font Dulcelin

    • This reply was modified 1 month, 3 weeks ago by Pirkko.
    #78015
    Colin Hooson
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    Hi,

    have restarted the Labs, Element one of Lab 5 11. Yes I know i’m so far behind everyone else and my efforts aren’t the best but I think I see an improvement.

    #78016
    Pirkko
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    Colin – your work is so calm and clear – I like it very much 🙂

    #78018
    Susan Ewart
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    I agree with Pirkko, Colin.  It’s nice and clean, just the way I like it too.

     

    #78023
    Ann Seeber
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    This is a photo of my great-grand, Magic, at her birthday on June 4. She’s playing with the veggie puzzle I sent her. I hear it was a hit!

    I combined a few things here. The June Palette was used with the cass-GradientMaker script for the background. I actually created two separate papers, one for each word, using the kaleidoscope effect and the cass-AlphaMaker script. The one for the top title was also used for the large circle design. The vines are picture tubes. I added a frame on the inside edge of the photo that is from the PSP Image/Picture Frames and I changed the color from blue to golden.

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