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  • #36051
    Annie Tobin
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    Hi Campus Friends.  I had a play with Cassel’s Laser Cut Doilies script and this is my result.  Definitely room for improvement but it is such fun to play with … and, it is a bit of a brain teaser!  Thanks for takin a peek!

    #36065
    Michele aka micfin
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    It’s wonderful, Annie. I love the butterflies and the little hearts.

    #36072
    Annie Tobin
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    Thanks Michele!  I learnt how to make half a butterfly and half a heart, LOL!

    #36078
    Cristina
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    Annie, room for improvement? 🙂 This is lovely, with the butterflies, hearts… Great job!

    #36089
    Annie Tobin
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    Aww, thanks Cristina, your comments are always so lovely and uplifting. <3

    #36118
    Helen
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    Hello everyone, this is what I worked on today for November.  And I did try my hand at the drop shadow.

    Made the tree with tubes.

    #36128
    Sue Thomas
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    What a delightful card you  made Helen.   May I suggest that you use a small inner bevel on the tree trunk, to  round it  slightly.    I was out the other day taking photos, seeing as the weather was  pleasantly mild.  Here is a  macro shot of a tiny wild native Prairie  Aster.  Most of its seeds have  been blown away by the wind.  I framed it last night, and gave it a title.  I added a pattern, and a texture in this frame.  Which  was easy to do.    Flood fill the border with the  colour of your choice, on a new layer flood fill with  the pattern, reduce the opacity of the pattern to about 45-50.  A greyish pattern works best.  1920’s pattern comes with  PSP 2018 and 19.   Merge  the two layers visible.  Inner bevel.   To use a  texture in a frame, add borders, flood fill with  the chosen background colour,  magic wand select border,  select  the foreground colour, which should be lighter in colour and TEXURE selected from the material palette and flood fill.  Inner bevel.

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    #36145
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    Beautiful photography, beautiful creations. Great work, Everyone!

    Once a year Sudley UMC has a turkey/oyster dinner, their only fundraiser. This year was the 97th. The church is located next to the Manassas Battlefields and was used as a hospital during the American Civil War. Friends and I go to the dinner almost every year. We always leave stuffed…delicious food!

    #36147
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    Two of my bucks practicing for the rut…

    #36151
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    In 2011 the National Senior Games were held in Houston, Texas. My team won the silver medal in basketball. These 3 pages and the 2 above are some of my PHD (projects half done) pages.

    First time I have done a “Bonnie” page.

     

    #36152
    Sheila Hogg
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    I wish there was a love button so that I could send some for all the beautiful work being done. Might get going again soon but such a busy time of year other things take precedence. Love all the pieces of artwork done by everybody.

     

    Sheila x

    #36163
    Michele aka micfin
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    SueBonnie, I already told you how much I like your projects on the FB page.

    Helen, you did a really good job. Are you a “Rookie” here in the Campus as your title implies or also to PSP in general.

    #36164
    Helen
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    Thank you all for the kind comments. I have been here for a while but just lurking in the background.

     

    #36165
    Michele aka micfin
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    No more “lurking,” Helen. We all started somewhere. Everyone here in the Campus is very supportive and helpful.

    #36189
    Cristina
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    Helen, your card is lovely, and this is a fantastic technique that Carole taught in the last masterclass.

    Sue, I love the macro photo and the frame –what’s is new? 😀 — But what I liked very much is how you did the frame, using color and pattern layers to create it, something I never thought about it.

    Bonnie, your layouts are amazing, I love them, and you did create lovely memories for everybody that was part of the games.

    I am so, so behind in my projects… there are so many tutorials, techniques I want to practice, but I am having issues with time and creativity. But I am trying! 🙂

    #36247
    Helen
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    Hi everyone, this one I did cutout the Angel and the girl, used the eraser background, zoomed in and out to get the erasing done. Also used the Halftone for the background, using the Line in halftone.

    #36251
    Annie Tobin
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    Helen, Sue, and Bonnie … I love the work you have put into your projects, definitely shows where your hearts are, well done my friends.

    #36253
    Annie Tobin
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    Hi Campus Friends.  I am working on putting clusters together … I have a real thing for them, 🙂  This is one I created today.  I followed Cassel’s tutorials for the arrow, wordart, and the edges on both papers.  I used Cassel’s scripts for the buttons and the paper butterflies.  The flowers I created from a script by Pinks Poetic Scraps.  The inspiration came from a cluster by Marisa Lerin.  Thanks for takin a peek!

    #36257
    AprilDawn
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    Annie, love your doily and cluster…. well done!  look forward to seeing more of the clusters you create. they will  make lovely additions to your projects.

    another month is nearly done and I have been looking back over all the wonderful projects that have been posted for   November and would just like to say to everyone … great work and well done to you all.

    best wishes,

    Dawn.

    #36258
    Annie Tobin
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    Dearest Dawn, thank you so much for your lovely comments. I will be playing around with my “cluster discovery” again today … a little obsessive … of course, LOL!

    #36259
    Cristina
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    Hi Helen, it is nice to see you posting your work more often. Good job!

    Hi Annie, I love the choice of colors, and all the techniques you used. Great work!

    I was working on a page to practice the Lab9-M11 but stopped to do a 2020 Calendar using the templates from Cassel’s “2017 Up-to-Date-Challenge“.

    I am also doing place cards for Christmas dinner… Not that there will be lots of guests, but just for the fun of it. 🙂

    #36260
    Michele aka micfin
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    Lovely work, Helen. Keep it up. 🙂

    Annie, that cluster is so good, you could sell it!

    See you all in December <3

    #36270
    Annie Tobin
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    Thank you dear Cristina. Wishing you the very best for your Christmas plans … it is always so lovely to celebrate Christmas especially with family. Now that I think about it I don’t think I have ever celebrated Christmas with friends, except at work! New Year’s Eve was reserved for friends but Christmas was a family only affair! Go figure … I wonder what the rest of the world does during the festive season?
    This Christmas will be a little subdued for us Tobins as our mum passed last Sunday, aged 91. Mum’s funeral is Tuesday and this event has kind of dampened our Christmas spirit as it will be our first Christmas without her … such is life. <3

    #36271
    Annie Tobin
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    Thanks dear Michele … your comments are always soooo uplifting, 🙂 <3

    #36272
    AprilDawn
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    Dear Annie, I am so sorry to hear  your Mum  has passed away. Treasure  and remember all the wonderful memories you have shared together over the years as they can bring such comfort to your heart during this sad time. I found remembering those shared moments comforting when  my mum passed away last year at 98.

    sending you love and  a hug and will be thinking of you on Tuesday.

    Dawn.

    #36273
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    Oh, Annie, I am so sorry to hear of your Mum’s passing. Like April, I have found fond memories of shared times to be comforting. Hugs and prayers for you and your family.

    #36274
    Cristina
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    Dear Annie, I am so sorry to hear your Mom has passed away. :'(

    It is never easy, and I hope you and your family find comfort and peace, remembering all the good times, laughter, and memories you all shared with her. I am sending you love and warm hugs. <3

    #36277
    Michele aka micfin
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    Oh, Annie, what a loss. I’m sending you and your family my love and sincere condolences. Take the time to grieve as there is no timetable. If you need us, we are here for you, my dear friend.

    #36281
    Annie Tobin
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    Dearest Bonnie, Cristina, Dawn, and Michele, thank you so much for your heartfelt condolences. Very much appreciated my friends. I’m already feeling the weight of tomorrow on my shoulders but it will be here and gone before I have time to blink I should imagine. In the meantime I completely forgot about the webinar this morning but I don’t think my head is in the right place to take anything in at the moment. Again, a sincere thank you my dear friends. <3

    #36286
    Helen
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    My deepest heartfelt condolences to you and your family.  No words can express the feelings that you are going through. She will always be near you in your heart forever. I am sending out virtual HUGS to you and your family.

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