What are you working on (in May 2022)?

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  • #76370
    Julie Magerka
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    After watching Fantasy World 2 on the weekend, a poem I learned as a child kept running through my head. I just wanted to see if I could make it “real” with images and graphics from the ‘net. I didn’t do much to the elements, but I’m pleased that it worked at all. It didn’t resize very well.

    #76372
    Ann Seeber
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    I used the cass-photo-circle-template to showcase my latest bird photos. All taken with my iPhone looking out my kitchen window or front patio door. I used the curved text frame script with the Impact font and Copperplate Gothic Bold for the rest of the text. The curly inside frame is from Marisa Lerin, used twice. The fills are patterns from the mulch and the pavement.

    #76376
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Julie, Your wee elf is very cute.

    Ann, As usual your birds are beautiful and the photo wheel is a good way to exhibit them.

    I was playing around with an extraction idea that I learned from, who else, Carole. Seems the auto selection tool will do most of the work for you. Who knew? 😉

    I extracted the tulips with the auto selection and finished it with the edit selection. Put the extracted tulips in a vase that I made a while ago, can’t remember how I made it, then I used one of the PSP2022 backgrounds. I also used the stray pixel catcher script.

    The tulips are in bloom now. Here is the original photo and the extracted. I still need a lot of practice but here it is.

    #76384
    Ann Seeber
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    Lynda: Good job with the extractions! I love tulips, even though their time is short.

    #76417
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Thanks Ann, The extraction techniques peek my interest. Tulips are beautiful and short lived but then the Iris appear. 🙂

    #76443
    Sue Thomas
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    Everyone has been busy creating wonderful pages.  The weather has bucked up no end, yesterday it was 29c, with everything greening up nicely.  Yesterday was a  great day to be out and about with the camera.  Recently,  I’ve been  in a tag/label creating mood.  The only outside source, is  Carole’s gimp tube.

    #76449
    Susan Ewart
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    Sue, I love this layout! And your tags are wonderful.  I love the curl in them.  Dumb question…what is “gimp”.

     

    #76451
    Sue Thomas
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    Thank you Susan. Gimp is a braid trim ribbon. Carol has a selection of different colours in the store. They are tubes. The details of the braid doesn’t show up in this page, due to the page resized down to 600 pixels. I threaded the gimp through 2 of the tags.

    #76452
    Susan Ewart
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    Thanks Sue, I’ll have a look in the store.

    #76545
    Lynda DiGregor
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    I posted this at the Creation Cassel Facebook but I wanted to share it here.

    I bought the Vines tubes and used it with the Photo Circle Script. I used some of my granddaughters graduation photos to create a wreath. The font is Samantha Upright and I used some of the glyphs.

    #76570
    Sue Thomas
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    It was coming up to my bed time when I  noticed this week’s blog post, and had to  create something really quick to post. I’m familiar with the knife tool, and I do use it, usually with the vector spiral. The pen tool has so many useful tools to use with vectors.

    #76574
    Sue Thomas
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    Again, using a vector shape  (a tag I created), and the knife tool in the pen toolbar. I used the spruce tube which comes with PSP, and one of Carole’s Garland tubes. There is room to write to and from, or it can be written on the back. I could add a  short Xmas verse.  The possibilities are endless. Carole has several Xmas tubes in the store, all of which I have.  Come Xmas time, I just might make this one available for you to download.  It’s almost 2000 pixels.

    #76615
    Mary Solaas
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    Wonderful stuff has been posted in all the forums!  I’ve been recovering from bronchitis and so I have just finished Lab 8 Mod 5.  Really scratched my head as to how to feature a bookkeeping spreadsheet, a crossword puzzle and a strange stitch length.  I finally decided that bookkeeping is one of the chores in family life and decided to go with that theme.  All the photos and elements are mine.  The font for the title is AR HERMAN which I inner beveled so that it looks like I used a think paint to write it and then of course had to shadow it also.

    #76622
    Sue Thomas
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    Fantastic page Mary, you  are really enjoying the lab projects.  I never tire of creating elements, papers, and everything  else that is the creative scrap.  It’s a treasure trove of techniques, ideas, and inspiration.  It has taught me  so much over the years.

    Well!  I have to say, I saw, I loved and had to buy,  Carole’s Layered font. I had to try it out.  I should have used a more colourful photo. I call it sellotape, but you’ll find the tutorial in the creative scrap under Scotch tape.

    #76623
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Mary,

    Your Lab 8 Family Life is very nice work. Love your family photos and all your elements.

    #76630
    Ann Seeber
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    I used the template from Lab 12-05 to showcase Logan’s encounter with a dandelion. He’s 15 months old.

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