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  • #29346
    Sharon Wilke
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    Annie, I love your musical creation! You did some amazing work with the tubes. I had missed them so I downloaded them after I saw your post. I fear I’ll have to practice more with them. I don’t draw too well with a mouse. I applaud you on drawing them so nicely.

    Cristina, your Cuddling Cousins are adorable! Those lab tutorials really challenge you don’t they? I’m still trying to get through them. Excellent work on your page!

    I finally got around to creating a Crocheted Lace Edge from the intermediate tutorials. I spent way too much time on it but I learned something new. I made a frame out of the results. I added 2 elements from Pixelscrapper’s and they really brought it together.

    #29349
    Annie Tobin
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    Thanks so much, Michele. I very much appreciate your comments. Also, most happy that Cassel has pointed you in the right direction for the picture tubes, they are really great to work with. <3

    #29350
    Annie Tobin
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    Thanks, dear Sharon, for your lovely comments on my work, very much appreciated my friend. Your lace frame is delightful and the Cherokee expression is really beautiful, you have done a beautiful job on this creation. <3

    #29355
    Annie Tobin
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    This is the result of following the tutorial – Classes, Intermediate, Creative Scrap, Edges, Crochet Lace Edge.  It was a great lesson and loads of fun.  Again the possibilities are endless.  Thanks for takin a peek!

    #29366
    Michele aka micfin
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    Thanks, Carole. I totally missed the music tubes. I searched in the store instead of the blog. One day I’m going to have to really look through the blog for what else I’ve missed. I was playing around with the staff tube. It’s going to take a lot of practice for me to make it look like a musical staff, but I had fun playing with it to make designs. 🙂

    Cristina, that’s a lovely page. Those cousins will treasure it when they grow up. I also love watching the bow scripts run; they’re mesmerizing.

    ~ Michele

    #29367
    Cristina
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    Sharon, Annie, and Michele, great work with the crochet lace edge and the staff tube. I have to try these someday! There are so many techniques I want to try and not enough time. 🙂

    Sharon and Michele, thank you so much for your kind words… They are very much appreciated! <3

    #29442
    trish williams
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    Tried the woven 3 today, got muddled at the end with which layer was what beads, so didn’t manage to merge the star beads, so putting the neon on missed the last point. made all items except frame and sample.
    tried the string art tut but the download failed .
    Trish

    #29444
    trish williams
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    playing around

    #29447
    trish williams
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    where can I find the muic tube please Carole, is there a tut to go with it xx thank you

    #29448
    trish williams
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    Love that cherrekee expression Sharon, so simple but a lot of work and such an effective finish x

     

    #29449
    Cassel
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    The music tubes are available in the Music Theme blog post, here.

    And yes, there is also a tutorial here.

    #29453
    AprilDawn
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    Hello to everyone… you have all created wonderful projects and i have enjoyed viewing them.

    best wishes,

    Dawn.

    #29459
    Sue Thomas
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    I read the latest post on the blog.  10 minute scrap. Group it.  I had already  chosen the photos for my next project, and decided to follow Carole’s  instructions.  It took me  7 minutes.  Mind you I didn’t make the  background papers, or the clip art.

    #29461
    trish williams
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    Crochet frames

    #29463
    Cassel
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    Sue, the first 10 minutes is only for prep. I never expected anyone to make a page in that time!! 🙂

    #29465
    trish williams
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    we took you at your word 10 minute picture x

    #29466
    Sue Thomas
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    Cassel, I know that the  first 10 mins is only the prep.   All I did  was choose papers, and elements to use.   I selected  4 photos, but will probably choose to use two of them, perhaps three.

    #29472
    Annie Tobin
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    Sue, this is just too cute, I love it, well done. <3

    #29473
    Annie Tobin
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    A beautiful result Trish, well done. <3

    #29474
    Michele aka micfin
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    Trish, 1- I love your stars project. 2- And can I get an invitation to Tina’s party? It looks like fun! 🙂 3- Your crochet frames are very pretty. 4-Interesting use of Cass’s slats template. I like how you offset the picture slightly.

    Sue, see how good gathering your elements worked out? Cass thought it was a finished project!

    Dawn, it’s good to see you popping in for a visit. <3

    ~ Michele

    #29477
    Sue Thomas
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    Michele, I know!  🙂  I thought my standard of  work was much higher than  that!    Only joking!!! x

    #29483
    trish williams
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    Thank you Ann and Micfin, surprising what you can do in 10 mins  when this scavenger one has taken me all day more or less. thought it would be simple, most were already in my library, this one tested me .  Sorry Carole don’t look at the boo boo, at the last minute I caught it with the eraser and didn’t realise till too late, so had to do a patch, not good but better than the mistake xx

    I made or extracted most of the, the paper was on images, I big wheel I love, done that by a masking and it came out great. the stone were from the purple site on fb. Picture is my Granddaughter. Love that filigan script. I cant master these vector though.

    #29489
    Sharon Wilke
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    I finally got around to colorizing the Vintage Lace that Carole made. They’re just beautiful! Of course I had to scrapbook it as soon as I got it colored. My granddaughter is such a Girly Girl, I thought she’d go perfect with lace.

    #29491
    trish williams
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    Its Shirley tomorrow, I’m sure you are all invited

    #29492
    trish williams
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    That a lovely job on that lace, Sharon and what a prettygirl she is x

     

    #29494
    Sharon Wilke
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    I finally got around to completing my 10 minute organization project. I had set it up yesterday in just a few minutes. I finally got around to watching the Over The Top video and I wanted to try my hand at overlays. I used the overlay for all three photos. Thank you Carole for ALL these fantastic tutorials.

    #29497
    Annie Tobin
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    Wow, Trish, this is a really lovely result with a delightful use of colour, well done Hon. <3

    #29498
    Annie Tobin
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    Sharon, I love your use of a gradient for coloring some lace and Bella is a real cutie, well done Hon.

    #29500
    Sue Thomas
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    I now have a new folder, pending group projects.  After taking photos of the Robins feeding their young, and of the Swallows, I created psp files for each of them, adding quotes, dates,  photos, papers and elements.  I will be able to go back  to the files to complete  the projects at a later date.

    #29502
    AprilDawn
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    Sue , Trish and Sharon   great projects ! …. well done to each of you.

    best wishes,

    Dawn.

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