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  • #18556
    Cassel
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    Show off what you are working on in May, be it a scrapbook page, a tutorial, or anything else you want

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

    #18598
    Michele
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    Here goes nothing. I jumped off the fence and signed up for a membership. This is what I did with Lab 5-9. It’s my first “real” scrapbooking page. I used a couple of flowers from Pixelscrapper and changed the hue on them. I made the background paper using a brush from a free set by gvl on DeviantArt. The main font is Baratta and the small font is Arista 2.0 Light. I took the picture about 10 years ago when I was on a walk. You never know when something will catch your eye.

    Hope everyone in the northern hemisphere is finally enjoying Spring.

    ~ Michele

    #18648
    AprilDawn
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    Michele.. a very nice Spring page  and your colour choice is really cheerful ….. well done!

    Dawn.

    #18649
    Michele
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    Thanks, Dawn. I pulled the colors, more or less, from the pic. I followed Cassel’s lesson on using the brush variance palette to vary the color of the flowers on my background paper.

    #18650
    Sheila Hogg
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    Very spring like colours, nice and bright like spring should be. Gladdens the heart. Love it.

     

    Sheila x

    #18651
    Cristina
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    Hi Michele, your first scrapbook is very nice!  I love the fonts and the colors you chose. The paper background is lovely.

    #18665
    Michele
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    Ladies, you are too sweet. <3

    #18689
    Jan Wilson
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    I have been working on making Wombat things for my Son for his upcoming website and new business.

    His nickname has been Wombat since, oh, forever.  He calls his home WombatManor, even his car tag is Wombat.  Now, a Wombat is an Australian Marsupial, has a live young which lives in her back facing pouch.  They are great diggers and live in a burrow they dig with their long strong claws.

    I have an ornament of a Wombat which I took a photo of, took it into PSP2018 and worked on it, cutting it out and made many adjustments till I got something I liked.  I made a tube of it and when I used it this frame is what I got.  I had no setting on it for I wanted to see what came out.   I used the vector paint script around a heart shape.  I liked what I saw.  It had one Wombat  on the frame with the script so I added some more.

    Cheers…Jan

     

     

     

     

     

     

    #18691
    Jan Wilson
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    This is another image I have done for.   Cass’s Neon Script in this with a cut out Wombat.   These are still works in progress deciding on wording and Fonts.  I will take this into ParticleShop and use a Fur Brush to bring out the edge fur.  Cheers..Jan

     

    #18692
    Michele
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    Those are wonderful, Jan.

    #18716
    Cristina
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    Jan, very nice images!

    #18719
    Michele
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    For all the moms in the campus.

    #18748
    Michele
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    I am in LOVE with Cassel’s Custom Slats script.

    ~ Michele

    #18750
    AprilDawn
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    hello Michele, your Classy Classical page above is absolutely beautiful !… I love the effect of that script.. I don’t have that one yet but your creation has inspired me to get it some time soon…. the colours are stunning…… your Mother’s Day greeting was also a lovely thought to give to all the mum’s in the campus who had their special day on Sunday.

    Dawn.

    #18751
    AprilDawn
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    Jan…. very cute projects… I love the little wombats you added to you frame.

    Dawn.

    #18859
    Mara Kincade
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    My cousin sent a photo she had found to me on facebook messenger.  I used some of the techniques from the lesson on photo restoration.  This is the before & after:

    #18861
    Michele
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    Great job, Mara!

    #19173
    Sheila Hogg
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    I have been playing tonight and did a vectored drawing of a petal and decided to make a flower. I then decided to make it into a spray with leaves. The leaves were made with a brush shape. I used Cassels technique of shading and used the lighten darken tool to give depth. TFL.

     

    Sheila x

    #19174
    Cassel
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    Wow @Sheila, that is GREAT!


    @Mara
    , I am impressed how you turned that old wrinkled photo into a great one; just like new!


    @micfin
    , slats can give such a great effect to a picture. It is a super simple technique but has such an impact.

    #19176
    Sheila Hogg
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    Thank you Cassel. xxx

    #19180
    AprilDawn
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    Sheila, what a fantastic floral spray creation.. I love it!

    Mara you did a terrific job on your photos

    best wishes to you both,
    Dawn.

    #19191
    Michele
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    Beautiful flowers, Sheila.

    #19192
    Sheila Hogg
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    Thank you Dawn and Michelle. I do like to do a bit of vectoring.

     

     

    Sheila x

    #19212
    Annie Tobin
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    Hi Scrapbook Campus Members.  I have just finished one of the Master Classes – Alpha Making 2 and it was terrific.  Threw this one together last night but I don’t feel it does the alpha justice … the alpha could have been larger to feature more.  Anyway … a learning curve.

    #19213
    AprilDawn
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    Hi Annie, I like the way you did the alpha and the coloured stitching on it gives a lovely effect … your whole layout turned out very nice….

    Dawn.

    #19214
    Sheila Hogg
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    Love the stitching Annie, great effect.

     

    Sheila

    #19215
    Cristina
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    Hi Annie, I love the alpha and love your layout. Beautiful work!

    Also, Mara, Michele, and Sheila, great work too!

    #19216
    Michele
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    Annie, I think your layout is wonderful. After all, the real star are those two muddy children. 🙂

    ~Michele

    #19226
    Annie Tobin
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    Thanks very much Dawn, Sheila, Cristina and Michele for the lovely comments. And you are perfectly right Michele, the real stars are the two muddly little grubs, 🙂

    #19255
    Annie Tobin
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    Hello SBC members.  I had fun playing with this tut by Cassel.  Again I learned a great deal.  Thanks Cassel.

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