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  • #78553
    AprilDawn
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    Thank you Corrie,   i have started to make cards again so maybe i will post some in the days ahead…  if my memory is correct .. i am thinking  you also make cards  for printing out .. if so do you still do that.

    best wishes,

    Dawn.

    #78560
    Michele
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    Thanks, Brian. I would be happy to share the backgrounds I used. Let me know if you want me to send them to you.

    #78562
    Michele
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    With so many using the Block Shape technique, I thought I would give it a shot. The font is Jumpbox and I used the 2nd method in the tutorial. I think I’ll be using this more often. Fireworks are one of Corel’s picture tubes included in PSP.

    To all my neighbors up north, have a Happy Canada Day!

    #78564
    Ann Seeber
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    Finishing up a project from May, here’s the Sketch Challenge. I used my photos from Sonya’s birthday party Sun 6/26 at the local firehouse. Sonya is now two. The font is Baby Olivia. I actually took the sketch, enlarged it to 3600 and created layers of all the areas, turning it into a template. Then I used the Raster-to-Mask script to place the photos and papers.

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    #78570
    Corrie Kinkel
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    Dawn your memory is correct! I still make cards for family and friends and I’m always on the look out for new ideas. If by chance I do not have an appropriate card they all tend to be disappointed.

    Have a nice weekend,

    Corrie

    #78571
    Corrie Kinkel
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    Michele I agree with you on the Block Shape and I think I’ll use it more often too because it is so versatile qua colors, patterns, gradients.Lovely Canada Day, so simple but effective!

     

    Wishing all my Canadian friends a Happy Canada Day!!!

    #78572
    Brian Dowling
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    Michele,

    I am new to the Campus and still getting used to where things are and how things get done.

    I would definitely appreciate the background.  I make images when I want manic eye-catching and others where I want more simplicity to focus a message and I like the balance of your arrangement.

    Brian

    #78597
    Michele
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    Brian. I’ve been enjoying your projects very much and I love your web page.

    I think these are the two backgrounds I used for the Silver Elegance project; I had them in my Patterns folder. I wish I could give you the source, but I’ve had them for years and my record-keeping was not as good back then as it is now. I rarely purchase backgrounds so I’m sure they were free. If you do end up using them, I would love to see the results.

     

    #78598
    AprilDawn
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    Corrie that’s wonderful you are still making cards … your Family and Friends would enjoy receiving them. Hope you have a nice weekend too.

    Dawn.

    #77802
    mireille
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    seamless pattern

     

    simple version

    Hello everyone

    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!

     

    textured paper

     

     

     

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