Tagged: What are you working on in March
March 20, 2019 at 7:50 pm #27174
hello everyone …. here are my next 2 cards from the 12 card templates i have set myself to do.
Card 7 …. used Cass Alpha Button freebie. Cass Decorative Stitch font for the stitching but with no shadows and also used the same stitch with Cass Embossed script to create effect on the dark squares. Rose tube from program and the ribbon and bow a script from Joannes Digital Design… Floral Pattern paper was created with PS pattern by sofi01.
Card 8 ….. Floral Pattern paper by same person above. … Floral image is from a Digital Parchment kit i purchased quite a while ago but the site is now closed… Ribbon created with Cass Crochet Lace 1 script… Pearls with Cass Chain Bead tube also used Cassel Glitter script and the embossed overlay was made with a brush and Cass Embossed script. sentiment is from a purchased digital stamp set from Beccys Place.
Dawn.March 20, 2019 at 7:55 pm #27176
Hi, Scrapbook Campers. Just played around with Cassel’s lesson “Creating Gold Elements with PSP” and this is my result. Thanks for takin a peek.March 20, 2019 at 7:59 pm #27178
Gorgeous results my dear Dawn. Although autumn colours are my favourite I was particularly taken with your purple card, simply delightful. You Go Girl! <3March 20, 2019 at 9:14 pm #27180
Annie.. Thank you for your very much appreciated comments on the cards I am doing… card making is my main activity with PSP whether for emails or for printing out as an extra option for my traditional card making… doing this challenge to myself has been helping me to get my creativity going … and I am enjoying it once again. I also love warm colours but quite often try the cooler tones just to be a bit different.
Annie a lovely result achieved with the gold effect above and will make a great element to add to one of your wonderful pages.
all the best,
Dawn.March 21, 2019 at 12:59 am #27185
Thank you, sweet Dawn, always appreciated. xoxoxoMarch 21, 2019 at 2:03 am #27188
Hi all! Here is my lesson 3. Actually Strider did not really care for his hat. Once the hat was on his head, the picture was taken very quickly, as the hat did not stay there!
All the new things that are posted are wonderful. I really enjoy looking at each and every one!
DarleneMarch 21, 2019 at 4:34 am #27189
Hi Darlene, great result with this one my friend. I can only imagine how quickly you had to work for the photo. Strider has that slightly hooded look to his eyes which means he is not really happy about something, lol! Love it. <3March 21, 2019 at 4:40 am #27191
Played today with Cassel’s – Classes – Intermediate – Master Classes – Many Shades of Grey. Wow! What a fantastic class. I feel I have much more to learn with this one … I think I will put it up as a suggestion for the next Webinar. Anyway, enough yabbering. Result below. Thanks for takin a peek.March 21, 2019 at 6:19 am #27192
Dawn, your cards are both lovely, as usual. I happen to love purple so I do have a preference. 🙂
Darlene, Strider looks very distinguished with his hate on.
Annie, I love your flowers. I took a stab at the gold lesson, too, as I’ll show you below. There are so many classes I’ve yet to “attend,” but Many Shades of Grey looks like it should be on the top of my list.
March 21, 2019 at 6:29 am #27197
- This reply was modified 1 year, 4 months ago by Michele.
I read the latest Campus newsletter last night. One of the links showed us how to turn elements into gold, as Annie already displayed for us. It came in handy for my gaming group’s theme today as I wanted to turn one of the game’s characters into a charm. I applied the method to the text, too. I didn’t have a lot of time, but I thought it came out okay. I also used Cassel’s gold chain picture tubes to make the bracelet and the frame.
~ MicheleMarch 21, 2019 at 7:18 am #27199
Darlene, love your page.. it is nice to have photos of our pets … you did a great job of taking the photo with his hat on… so cute!
Annie, I also love the result you achieved with your flower… I have that masterclass on Many Shades of Grey… you have reminded me of it … must have another look.
Michele.. well done ! … love the gold effect and your creative idea to make a charm for the bracelet.. fantastic result!.. I appreciated your comment on my cards… thank you.
Dawn.March 21, 2019 at 1:07 pm #27203
I appreciate all your comments.
Annie Love your flower, great job!
Micfin Love the gold, it looks great!
April, thank you.March 21, 2019 at 6:02 pm #27204
Michele, your gold lucky charm turned out fabulously, it was a good lesson especially for showing us how to soften or increase the setting to achieve the result we want. Cassel’s catchphrase seems to be “it’s up to you” and in that she is perfectly correct. Now I have much more of a tendency to play with the settings instead of balking for fear of the result, LOL! Cassel is an amazing teacher. Thanks a lot, Hon, for your lovely comments on my work. <3March 21, 2019 at 7:03 pm #27208Teri CleavelandParticipant
Dawn, Annie, Michele, AprilDawn and Marlene great job ladies!!
Annie, I was especially taken by how great the string art worked with your owl.
As you can see here, our great grandson arrived! I got the theme for the layout from Tucker’s bedroom.March 21, 2019 at 7:12 pm #27209
Dear Dawn, thank you very much, I am pleased you liked my flower. I think the Master Class lesson “Many Shades of Grey” is one of the best and I am going to put it forward for Cassel to consider for a webinar or some such. All the best SweetCheeks. <3March 21, 2019 at 7:18 pm #27210
A terrific result for Tucker’s page Teri, I love it and I especially love his name from the buttons. And……I just love his name, what a beautiful baby, well done Hon. <3March 21, 2019 at 7:19 pm #27211
Thanks Darlene, I really appreciate it my friend. <3March 21, 2019 at 7:38 pm #27212
Teri …. a beautiful baby boy and a lovely page created.
Dawn.March 21, 2019 at 7:52 pm #27214
hello everyone….. I have finished Card 9 of the 2017 templates….. I used a rose brush and Mura Meister plugin copies to create the circle of roses then added an inner bevel to it and played with the layer blend modes and opacity. also used Cass Bottle Cap script and Psp Rose tube in program. the pattern for the paper was free with a tutorial from Everything PSP…. the sentiment is a purchased digi stamp set from Power Poppy……. 3 more to go.
best wishes to all,
Dawn.March 22, 2019 at 7:46 am #27224
I’m thrilled for you, Teri! Now that I’ve come here, I see where you got the inspiration for your layout as I saw it on FB first. It’s absolutely perfect. Give the little man kisses from his campus grandparents <3
Dawn, beautiful as always. The frame actually looks like enamel. Is that the pattern you made with Mura Meister?
~ MicheleMarch 22, 2019 at 9:49 am #27225Ann SiegertParticipant
I have a goal this year of getting all of my old photos finally digitally scrapped. The background here is that I had paper scrapped about 1000 pages through the years. They covered time starting a little before my husband was born through about 2003. I was still working on paper scrapping when my daughter turned to digital scrapping. So, my first digital scrapbook covered most of 2011. Since then I have tried to keep current and go back and digitally scrap the gap between the end of 2003 and the end of 2010. It has been a huge goal but I am closing in on it with only about 4 years left to get done. My current workflow is to open pages, “drop” pictures on them, write in a text date, and save in a psp form rather than jpeg. When I have close to 111 pages to print as a Shutterfly book, I then actually finish them. So I only have things to show as I am finishing a book but I do steadily peck away at this goal. I love digital scrapping and Cassel’s Campus. She is so kind to assist whenever I get stumped and my pages have more variation since I joined the Campus.March 22, 2019 at 5:51 pm #27232
Michele, yes the rose pattern on the green paper is what i made with brush and plugin …… i am glad you liked the card… thank you.
i have finished Card 10 of those templates from Cassel back in 2017 challenge…. used Cassels Polka Dot tutorial …. floral pattern again a free one created by sofi01. Cass chain bead tube used on the template element and on the flowers… the flowers i made back in 2017 from one petal from Cassels Petal tube set… create one circle layer and then duplicated….. sentiment from a purchased digi stamp set from PowerPoppy . added a swirl brush under the template placeholder added Cass corner punch and merged layers together….. ribbon is one of Cassels scripts..
best wishes everyone,
DawnMarch 22, 2019 at 8:55 pm #27237
My Lesson 5 in the Basic Course. This is my niece at her Uncle’s Wedding (my Brother) 46 years ago!!
Hope you all have a great weekend.
DarleneMarch 22, 2019 at 9:54 pm #27240
Darlene, a very sweet page… love everything about it.
hope you have a great weekend also
Dawn.March 22, 2019 at 10:02 pm #27243
hello everyone ….. here is my Card 11…. have used Cass Plaid script for paper and Quick scallop script. leaf brush on paper is from my collection…. the wren image is from a purchased digital stamp set at Beccys Place here in Australia. the alpha i used for the sentiment is from Cassels 2016 calendar challenge…. for this card i wanted something that i could send to the men folk in the family ….
Dawn.March 22, 2019 at 11:27 pm #27247
Dear Dawn this is another beautiful card, you sure have a gift for it my friend. <3March 22, 2019 at 11:30 pm #27248
100 bonus points for this one my sweet Dawn, it is just gorgeous. Hugs and Love……Annie TMarch 22, 2019 at 11:33 pm #27249
So very sweetly done Darlene, a beautiful blend of colours plus the black and white photo with the subject as the stand out colour is a sheer delight. <3March 22, 2019 at 11:36 pm #27250
Thumbs Up for this one as well Dawn, I am sure the men in your family will really appreciate it. <3March 23, 2019 at 1:50 am #27252
hello Annie…. Thank You so very much for all the kind comments above about my cards …. you are very kind and your messages are uplifting and an encouragement…. Thank you!
best wishes to you
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