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  • #35203
    AprilDawn
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    hi Michele, very nice effect and Cassel’s edge and lace edge fonts are great to play with.

    Hello Bonnie, you have created lovely memory pages for the family album.

    best wishes,

    Dawn.

     

    #35212
    Annie Tobin
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    Hello Campus Friends.  I had a play around with Cassel’s first Spooky tut in the Master Classes and this is the result.  The photo is from Unsplash and was taken by Gregory Culmer.  It is of house ruins in Jackson, Mississippi.  I added the moonlight with the Effects – Illumination Effects – Sunburst and the lady in white is a wallpaper from Wide Wallpapers.  The elements and background paper are out of a kit called dgfall from Digimoon Design.  Thanks for takin a peek!

    #35213
    Annie Tobin
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    Wow! There has been a lot of work going on here so I am just going to say congratulations to ALL, well done my friends. It is a joy to visit here and take note of the beautiful work. 🙂

    #35246
    Cristina
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    Michele, Bonnie and Annie, you all have created beautiful and lovely layouts. As Annie has said, it is a joy to come here and see all this great work!

    #35248
    Sue Thomas
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    Thank you Cristina for the lovely comment on my bingo challenge papers.  I have to endorse your comment on   the fabulous work being created on this site.

    #35256
    Cristina
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    Last year I purchased the Recipes Templates by Scrapping with Liz, and started to work on making a Christmas/New Year cookbook with my recipes but didn’t go far. I will try to finish a few layouts before the end of this year. So far, I managed to do four…  Let’s see how far I’ll go 🙂

    I made the Photo Corners and Slipped-in-Photo based on Cassel’s tutorials (Creative Scrap>Fasteners)

    Photos are from the internet and font AltasGreeting Standard.

    Papers: DedeSmith, DiHiller, and Eyeinspire

    #35267
    Sue Thomas
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    Beautiful work  on the  recipe cards Cristina.  Each time you bake something  create a card, that will give you incentive to complete the set.  I watched  the replay of the Corel webinar on Scrapbooking by Carole.  If you are a newbie to PSP its well worth a watch.  My interpretation of some of techniques used.  Layered flower from the lab , flair button from the creative scrap.  Rain drops are picture tubes which come with PSP.  Background paper with a little  grunge, texture and I used the screen blend mode after I used a mask on the  main photo, duplicated it, mirror horizontal. Preset shape.  Lace by Cassel  (mitred corner script), Cassel corner punch.

    #35269
    Cristina
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    Sue, thank you so much for your words of encouragement. <3 … I will probably finish the cards this year as I don’t have that many recipes. But there are recipes that I make to give as a present, and some of them change every year.

    Your layout is lovely and has so many details. I love the wavy title.

    Carole’s webinar yesterday was great, and I learned new techniques: enhancing the photo with blend mode, and the wavy title like you did. I also loved the layouts she created; the idea of using the chain tube was really interesting. She has so many aces up her sleeve!

    #35274
    Annie Tobin
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    Cristina, I do love your recipe cards and because of the papers you used they have a real Christmas look to them … and, they look scrumptious. Well done dear friend. <3

    Sue, your raindrops page is gorgeous my friend, a true work of art. <3

    #35275
    AprilDawn
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    hello Cristina, your recipe cards look great and by the photos very tasty!.. a great idea for gift giving.

    hello Sue… love everything  about your raindrop project!… beautifully done!

    best wishes,

    Dawn.

    #35277
    AprilDawn
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    hello Annie…..   I would like to say once again I am always amazed at your wonderful creativity! .. you can come up with great ideas for any topic and it is always a pleasure to view your projects !…

    best of wishes,

    Dawn.

    #35278
    Michele aka micfin
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    I finally started getting email notifications again.

    Great work, everyone.

    #35280
    Cristina
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    Annie, Dawn, and Michele thank you so much. <3

    Annie, I totally agree with Dawn; it is a joy to see your work and creativity. No matter what the challenge is about, you always surprise us with fantastic layouts.

    #35284
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Everyone is doing such a great job. I am working on Carole’s YouTube “Creating a digital scrapbook in PaintShop Pro”. I haven’t finished the whole thing yet but this is the first part. The pictures are of my mother with me and my son, Dominic.

    #35288
    Annie Tobin
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    Hello dear Dawn, thank you very much for your comments which are always delightfully uplifting, you are a star! <3

    #35289
    Annie Tobin
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    Beautiful work on this one Lynda. The family likeness between you and your mum is striking. Well done Hon! <3

    #35297
    Michele aka micfin
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    Lynda, I love seeing the different generations. I agree with Annie. You look just like your mom.

    #35299
    Michele aka micfin
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    I downloaded the dancing couple from Pann’s Place a couple of years ago. Finally had a theme from my game to use it for my group. I made everything else in PSP. I was going for an invitation look.

    Hope you like it.

    #35300
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Annie and Micfin, I do look a lot like my mother but both of these photos are of her. I am the baby in the B&W (around 1950) and my son, Dominic is the child in the color photo (around 1988)

    Micfin, Your Charity Ball definitely looks like an invitation. Very nice, love your choice of font. Prefect!

    Annie, Your Lady in White is very nice. Next up for me is the spooky tut. Hope I can do as well as you.

    Thanks for looking and your kind words.

    #35301
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Cristina, I agree with Annie, your recipe cards or pages are really great…of course I can’t steal your recipes because I can’t read them…I really have to learn another language!  😀

    #35304
    Annie Tobin
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    Michele, this Charity Ball page is a true delight. The use of two complimentary colors has shown how simplicity can be effective, I love it. Well done Hon! <3

    #35305
    Annie Tobin
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    Dear Lynda, thanks so much my friend, appreciate your comments. It is your profile pic and the black and white pic of Loretta in 1950 that look so similar. Except for the age difference you could almost pass as twins. You and your mum remind me of an actress whose name I just cannot put tongue to as yet. She was an actress back in the 30s, 40s and 50s. When it comes to me I will let you know! 🙂

    #35310
    AprilDawn
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    Michele your charity ball page is beautifully created.. well done! …. I also have that image and you found a great way of using it.

    Lynda your family memory page is lovely  and will make a wonderful album.

    best wishes,

    Dawn.

    #35317
    Michele aka micfin
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    Thanks so much for the encouragement, ladies.

    Annie, I love that the materials palette helps with finding complementary colors and more. I don’t know what I would do otherwise.

     

    #35319
    trish williams
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    this picture was so cute, couldn’t resist x

    #35326
    trish williams
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    good evening x

    #35328
    Annie Tobin
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    I agree Trish, it is a cute photo and your page does it full justice. I love your skeleton ball page, it really is such fun. <3

    #35329
    Annie Tobin
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    Dear Cristina, your comments are always valued my friend and you always manage to put a smile in my day. <3

    #35339
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    Absolutely amazing the talent this group possesses. Beautiful work ladies. Another pickleball page…

    #35341
    Sharon Wilke
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    It is always the high light of my day when I finally get to sit down and look around the Campus. You guys are all so talented and I just adore seeing all the fantastic work you all are sharing. I still struggle a lot with some of the things in PSP but it gets easier each time I try something new. Right now I’m trying to go back and complete several creations that I had only half finished. I’m going to finally upload the Spooky 1 image that I had forgotten about. I was saving it for Halloween but I started it about 2 months ago. Better late than never I guess!

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