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    Sue Thomas
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    Thank you ladies for  your very kind words, I always,  very much appreciate them , especially when those comments are directed to my photography.

    When I came for a bite to eat at lunchtime today, it occurred me, that I can use brushes, or tubes to create these frame. So while eating I came up with this.  I used one of Carole’s bead tubes.  This evening I will do another one using  her new Two tone font.   Time now to go back outside.

    #77362
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Thanks Cristina and Susan.. Your upvotes are much appreciated and I’m sure Sue is thrilled too.

    Again, everyone is doing great work. Pirkko, Love your ducks and Mary, your remembrance of you mother is very, very nice. I need to do something like that for my Mom. She was the best as I see you were lucky to have that also.

    Lynda

    #77366
    Mary Solaas
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    Thanks, Lynda.

    Back to the labs.  Lab 8 Mod 7 deals in rust.  Well, I did make a rust pattern and was able to copy the rust pattern Carole showed in the pdf for the lab.  A swirly kind of cogwheel was to be made and I put the rust on it as well as leaving one plain so that I could have different colors/patterns.  A repeat pattern was devised to put on paper and color differently so that many colors showed up in the pattern.  All done.  The title font is Bodoni MT Black which I filled with the rust pattern also.  This is a park in Ironwood, Michigan (the UP).  We visited it on our trip to a family reunion. Oh, yes, I also made a pattern of opposing arrows because a paper with that was shown on the layout from which the elements were taken.  That was fun!!! But, now I have the pattern.

    • This reply was modified 2 months, 1 week ago by Mary Solaas.
    #77384
    Ann Seeber
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    Trying out Word Frame 5, I decided to go with a series of birds that the app Merlin has identified for me by their birdsong while I’m out in my yard. This has enlarged my list of local birds. I saw a pair of these swooping around in my front yard yesterday and Merlin ID’d them as Chimney Swifts. New for me! The photo is from Merlin. They said it’s called the “flying cigar!” I extracted the bird and gave it a Negative image and the resulting white birds are at the top. I used the script but was unhappy with being unable to control the text, so I added my own. The font is Foglihten No 7. I have several new birds now to practice with!

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    Lynda DiGregor
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    Pirkko,

    Looking through the forum, I again, came upon your 5+5+5 using the mallard ducks. If I didn’t already tell you, it is such a nice layout. Makes me feel very serene.

    Lynda

    #77503
    Pirkko
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    Thank you Lynda. I agree with you. Watching nature soothes. It also tells me a lot about the great Creator and his attributes and care ..

    • This reply was modified 2 months ago by Pirkko.
    #77508
    Corrie Kinkel
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    When I was busy making my photo album everybody has made such very different and lovely pages!!! That word frame 5 goes definitivly on my wishlist. My trip was rather expensive, so it has to wait a little bit, just as the two tone font.

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    rjay segura
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    That is pretty cool. very nice

    rjay

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