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  • #42645
    libera
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    We wait Annie :-)!

    @Lynda and Trish and everyone interested: a quick hello, just found this a few minutes ago, will look over it a bit later .

    https://forum.corel.com/viewtopic.php?t=64218&p=364302

    #42661
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Trish,

    Love your oriental scrap..beautiful!

    #42693
    cindy harris
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    Hi Carole I tried again and again I cant get it right I dont know how. 🙁 Templates elude me I cant fill them right but got this but I have no font thats fat the U always is a problem to cover my picture I got my picture finally 🙁 but templates are so hard.

    #42703
    Michele
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    Here’s a birthday card I made with AnnieC Digital’s Nature’s Beauty freebies. This might be one of my favorite kits. The font is Unika.

    #42767
    Colleen
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    I’ve been absent for awhile—I just haven’t felt good lately, so the last thing I wanted to do was work on anything.

    So, I don’t have anything to show at the moment, but wanted to pop in and say Hi and get caught up.  Hope everyone is doing ok!  🙂

    #42777
    Cristina
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    Hi Colleen,

    It is so nice you came here to say Hi. We all have phases when we slow down or don’t feel very creative. Take your time, and when you feel better, we will be very happy to see you here on the Campus sharing your work. Stay safe and healthy! 🙂

    #42787
    trish williams
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    Thank you Lyn.

    Michele pretty dainty card,very nice
    Cindy well done
    Still playing around with P2P

    #42796
    Dorothy Donn
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    Random Challenge Generator #2

    I really bit off a bit more than I could chew. This took me longer than any other project BUT it was good I made myself stick with it  because I learned a lot of new things I had never known about and I hope I got it all done correctly.

    Your challenge:
    Number of photos: 1
    Title & Text: Kidnap Alpha-
    Paper Use: Folded Edge
    Embellishment 1: Bar Code
    Featured Shape: Hexagon
    Embellishment 2: Stain
    Color Combination: Brown
    Embellishment 3: Admission Ticket

    #42799
    Michele
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    I just had to share this. I didn’t realize that Cass’s summer punches included edge punches! I love, love, love the edge punches. They made it so easy to create frames and embellishments. (Best viewed full size. Pinks and reds seem to blur easily.)

    #42807
    Cristina
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    Michele, very nice work! I have the Summer Punches brushes and never thought of using the edge punches as a frame like you did. There are so many options on how one can use those brushes, and besides you, I remember Dawn and Sue showcasing different ways.

    #42810
    Michele
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    Thanks, Cristina. I didn’t even realize (or remember) that they came with the edge punches. I’m going to be using them a lot this summer!

    #42812
    trish williams
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    one last go at P2P

    #42814
    trish williams
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    dance challenge

    #42843
    Dorothy Donn
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    Back Door in the mountains in oval ran thru PTP

    #42872
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Messing around with another tutorial- Digital Marquetry

    A lot of cutouts

    #42891
    Michele
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    Those are a lot of fun, Lynda. I’ve used this technique a few times for birthday cards. I have a friend who did a nautical scrimshaw table so I ran with that for him. It can take a while, but the result is worth it.

    #42900
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Michele,

    The scrimshaw table is gorgeous. I always loved that art form. Great idea for a birthday wish for him.

    #42907
    Corrie Kinkel
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    Hi Carole, You asked in an email if I already did something with the Quick Pages. I made this one, just to practise, but I requested this page because I want to use it later in the year for a family event (corona permiting). Two of the other ones I already used but they are to privat to share here with very privat photo’s and I’m not allowed to post those here. My daughter will be very angry with me if she finds out.

    #42952
    Royanne Hewko
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    Really enjoy looking at the projects done with PTP.  I have PSP 2018 and I do not see it there.    Worked on my husband’s birthday from 2018.   He normally is very blaaaaa but he was a bit jolly after a few birthday drinks ……. I laughed when I saw the pictures and his expressions.

    #42967
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Royanne,

    I got a chuckle out of your birthday celebration for you husband. So cute!

    Lynda

    #42973
    Royanne Hewko
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    Thanks Lynda, I was wondering where are there tuts for Digital Marquetry.   I looked on the campus and could not see any.   It looks really cool.  Also, you mentioned you go to Arizona for the winter, which part.

    #42974
    Cristina
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    I am loving what Everyone is posting here. Great and very creative work!

    #42996
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Royanne,

    We have been spending the winter in a campground on the Colorado River near Hoover Dam. It’s called Willow Beach. We probably won’t be going back as it was bought out and it is no longer as nice as it has been in the past. No internet or cell unless you want to pay through the nose on top of the cost of staying there. It was a favorite because it is a really nice set up as far as RV’s are concerned and it is very close to Las Vegas but the cost has gone through the roof with all the extras that were not extras for the first 3 years we were there. We are looking for someplace else now. We also visit my sister in law in Tucson. The Biosphere is there and worth a visit. Are you from that area…I also lived in Tempe and Mesa a lifetime ago. They are suburbs of Phoenix.

    The tutorial is from another learning site,Beginners Workshop. It’s free but nothing like Carole. They teach a lot of technical stuff but really are not very user friendly.  Picky, picky ,picky! If you don’t mind being treated like a two year old then you can learn a lot of technical stuff about PSP. If not they’ll just piss you off. But again it is free and all the mentors are volunteers so you have to have a bit of patience.

    Carole is very knowledgeable, friendly and easy to get along with. If you ask her she will probably help you out with the marquetry or anything else that you have a question about. I can’t guarantee that as I’m sure she is pretty busy but give it a go. She is pretty special.

    Lynda

     

    #43005
    Annie Tobin
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    Lovely work done by all and it has been a joy to peruse. I haven’t really been missing in action as I have been creating templates with PSP for kimmidolls! Face shapes, body styles, eyes, hair, lips … you name it and I have attempted it. I remember from years ago when we had paper dolls we could dress up or down as we wanted and they were such fun. Of course they were made of paper and didn’t last very long but they were cheap … a book of cut outs cost next to nothing, so easily thrown away and onto the next one. This is one I put together today. Everything was created in Paint Shop Pro and most of it using the pen tool … I just love that tool. Thanks for takin a peek.

    #43007
    Michele
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    Adorable, Annie.

    Nice use of the QP, Corrie.

    Royanne, I love your layout. Gave me a good laugh. How did your husband like it?

    #43008
    trish williams
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    Thank you Libera.  I hope Lyn has hers figured out by now, mine is working fine, touch wood x
    Annie , Lyn thank you for your comments.
    Been playing around with  a new layout inspired bythis picture of  this beach baby, so cute.

    #43009
    trish williams
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    Lyn , Michele, love those wood work effect, My father in law used to do them, was always a pleasure seeing them as it is looking at these, well done xx
    Annie love that little chinese cutty , so sweet x  I am glad you anaged to bring this page up, been trying to for days, is there a trick to find it.
    Dorothy like your try at the P2P, very pretty xx

    Hope you are all well and keeping safe  xxx

    #43010
    Cristina
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    Annie, as Michele has said, this doll is adorable. Wonderful work!

    Lovely layout, Trish!

     

    #43039
    Annie Tobin
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    Beautiful page Trish and it sure compliments the little cutie, well done Hon.

    #43042
    Annie Tobin
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    Corrie and Royanne, lovely pages ladies … different styles and a joy to peruse.

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