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  • #57487
    Cassel
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    It is a new month and new projects.

    Show off what you are working on in May, be it a scrapbook page, a collage, a tutorial, or anything else you want.

    We are curious and want to see, learn, and get inspired.

    These threads are quickly becoming a fantastic source of inspiration, support, and friendship. Keep them coming!

    #57531
    Annie Tobin
    Participant
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    • Superfan

    Still playing around with Cassel’s scripts and created this using the notebook script.  I’ll be playing with this script lots more … it is terrific.  Thanks for takin a peek!  😀

    #57533
    Annie Tobin
    Participant
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    This time I have used Cassel’s Open Book script … fantabulous, love it.  Thanks for takin a peek.  😀

    #57544
    Corrie Kinkel
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    • 290
    • Enthusiast

    Annie, nice……. I’m going to see how I can use all the scripts etc that I bought on Caroles birthday sale. With the work on the double take challenge I didn’t had much time left to play around with them. There are other duties in my life too.

    Bonnie alerted me to a template with the outline of my country when I commented on one she did of Florida and I immediately bought it. This is the result. I used some photos of bulbs, because we are famous for our bulbs and also made a little bunch of tulips with a soft bow in the colors of our flag. The orange frame is made with the mitered cornerscript; orange is our national color. The word Holland also in red, white and blue and some color punches. Enjoy my tribute to my country!

    #57558
    Annie Tobin
    Participant
    • 2510
    • Superfan

    Beautiful work on this one Corrie. The colours are gorgeous as are the flowers and the bow is lovely in the red, white and blue, as is the title. I don’t tend to use the corner punches but here you have inspired me … I must give them a go. Well done dear Corrie … a beautiful tribute to your beloved Holland. 😀

    #57560
    Bonnie Ballentine
    Participant
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    • Superfan

    Annie and Corrie…beautiful work!

    More pickleball peeps. Template, a freebie by Miss Fish.

    #57562
    Bonnie Ballentine
    Participant
    • 922
    • Superfan

    One photo only. Template…Diamonds are Forever by Miss Fish. Pickleball…of course.

    #57564
    Bonnie Ballentine
    Participant
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    • Superfan

    Florida template by Annie C Digitals. I have used this template for pickleball, basketball and flowers.

    #57566
    Bonnie Ballentine
    Participant
    • 922
    • Superfan

    I love the templates by Annie C; however, she has not created a template for the state of Virginia…so I created my own. All of these wildflowers grew in my yard…

    #57567
    Annie Tobin
    Participant
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    • Superfan

    Job well done on the template Bonnie and the end result is perfect … delightful wildflowers. Nature is quite amazing really and you have showcased it beautifully. By the by … love that proverb! 😀

    #57570
    Mary Solaas
    Participant
    • 123
    • Junior

    Oh, my – wonderful layouts.

    I’m counting this as finishing up with Lab 5 Mod 12.  Started out with one of the layouts from that module, but was never satisfied with it so changed it up to have the 3 small pics hanging from a rope.  Sorry, my hand is not that steady tonight and so the rope is not “tight” but “flapping in the breeze”.  Originally had a dark brown background with a green paper strip under the large picture and a blue paper strip on the right top to bottom.  I wanted to change the blue strip to have some depth and played with the metallic blue gradient and when I put it on the layer over all the other papers – Wow – I knew that that was all I needed.  I did do the arrow and cogwheels from that Module, but I haven’t used them yet.  This is it and I will now move on in “kindergarten” to Lab 6.

    #57573
    Annie Tobin
    Participant
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    • Superfan

    Another of Cassel’s scripts – Grab Bag …… love it!  Thanks for takin a peek.  😀

    #57574
    Michele
    Participant
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    • Superfan

    Great stuff, guys!

    #57575
    Cristina
    Participant
    • 1239
    • Superfan

    Annie, those scripts are really amazing, and your creations are a great advertisement for them.

    Corrie and Bonnie, lovely layouts, bright and vibrant colors, showcasing some of the important sides of life: having a good time with friends and enjoying the beauty of nature.

    Mary, lovely layout, and I like the blue background very much. A nice memory for this cute little man.

    Great work, ladies!

    #57580
    Sue Thomas
    Participant
    • 788
    • Superfan

    Two projects I did this evening. For the owl page, I created a polaroid frame, used paper templates, circle text, and slipped in photo technique, which I haven’t done for ages. For the ground squirrel, I created a stripes and dots paper, and a dotted paper. Framed my handsome little boy, added word art. Instead of copy and paste into selection the whole photo into the borders, I selected a small part of the squirrels light fur, on his shoulder. The beads in the frame, is one of Carole’s tubes which I colourized to match the colour of the sliced carrots. I bought Carole’s bead maker yesterday. Of course I had to try it out.

    #57583
    Sue Thomas
    Participant
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    • Superfan

    Wonderful work everyone!

    Annie you work is  incredible.  The grab bag page is sensational! I’m going to have to add it to my  favourites in readiness for the next sale.  Like you I’m having fun with my purchases.

    #57585
    Cristina
    Participant
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    Sue, my friend, love, love both projects. For me is truly a joy to “discover” every technique, even the tiniest, you used in the layouts… And there are always so many! : )  Outstanding work!

    #57588
    Anne Lamp
    • 84
    • Junior

    After seeing the theme for this month yesterday, I got to playing around.  The original frame is cass-DirtTexture-Frame-01  I did a bunch of playing with it in PSP and came up with this.  It shows some of what can be done with a bit play time and some luck. (in the larger version you can see a lot more detail from some of the changes.)

    #57589
    Sue Thomas
    Participant
    • 788
    • Superfan

    Cristina, apologies, I have just read your comment in April, about my page. Thank you so much, I always appreciate your comments, as in many respects we have the same style. Take care my dear friend.

    #57590
    Sue Thomas
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    • Superfan

    Cristina, as always thank you, thank you ever so much for your kind comments on last night’s pages.

    #57592
    Lynda DiGregor
    Participant
    • 665
    • Enthusiast

    Looks like everyone is having a great time with Carole’s scripts…great gift for all of us. Hope she made a few bucks. 🙂

    Mary, Annie, Sue , some really nice work. Sue, I love your little animals, Annie, your book, all I can say is WOW, Bonnie, very nice and of course all the states..

    Since there seems to be a number of layouts of states and their flowers etc., thought I’d get on the bandwagon and do one for the Great State of Illinois. I made the state outline myself, turned it into a mask , used Carole’s BannerShape font for the banner, the photos are mine except the cardinal. Can’t seem to get a good shot of the cardinals outside my window but I’ll keep trying. Hope you like it

    #57595
    Annie Tobin
    Participant
    • 2510
    • Superfan

    Mary this is a delightful page. A lovely style for this very typical little man. Love it my friend. 😀

    #57596
    Annie Tobin
    Participant
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    • Superfan

    Thanks very much Cristina … always appreciate your comments. Looking forward to seeing more of your lovely work dear friend. 😀

    #57597
    Annie Tobin
    Participant
    • 2510
    • Superfan

    Dear Sue, thanks for the compliment my friend. I must say I love both your pages however Breakfast is Served really grabbed me. The four papers blend excellently together and none overtake. Once again your photography excels. I love the beads and I have purchased that script as well. Corrie has inspired me to use corner punches and you have inspired me to create and use the beads. I had better get cracking … playtime! 😀

    #57599
    Annie Tobin
    Participant
    • 2510
    • Superfan

    Good job Anne. The blue one reminds me of coral rock, you would be able to use it for a beach/ocean theme. Well done my friend. 😀

    #57600
    Annie Tobin
    Participant
    • 2510
    • Superfan

    Thanks Lynda, always appreciated my friend. As always I am so envious of your photography and the page you have created is not only beautiful but informative. Love it! 😀

    #57602
    Annie Tobin
    Participant
    • 2510
    • Superfan

    Another play with the GrabBag script … which I just love … can ya tell?  Thanks for takin a peek friends.  ;D

    #57604
    Sue Thomas
    Participant
    • 788
    • Superfan

    Thank you Annie, your kind words alway mean a great deal to me. The bead maker is great, you’ll have a lot of fun with it, as I am. Changing them into a tube takes time.

    #57605
    Cristina
    Participant
    • 1239
    • Superfan

    Anne, you achieved a very nice effect playing with Cassel’s frame.

    Lynda, lovely and vibrant layout. I love your photos.

    Sue, no apologies necessary. <3 Many times I get lost with so many comments myself and most probably have missed comments.

    Annie, another great advertisement for Cassel’s bag script. ; )  I have to say this is my favorite, beautiful!

    #57608
    Ann Seeber
    Participant
    • 401
    • Enthusiast

    Playing with Art Media, using the palette knife with 3 colors and adding a Gaussian blur. Now I need to find a  photo that works with these colors.

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