October 27, 2019 at 7:25 am #35502
Oh, Annie, you found the cutest pics and I just LOVE what you did with them both.October 27, 2019 at 10:33 am #35505Bonnie BallentineParticipant
Love them both, Annie!October 27, 2019 at 8:50 pm #35517
Thanks so much Bonnie and Michele for your lovely comments on my pages, much appreciated my friends. 😀October 28, 2019 at 12:11 am #35521
I think by now you have guessed that I love Halloween … such fun … even though it is not fully embraced here in Australia … but, it is gaining in popularity! This photo is from Unsplash and was taken by Nicole Edelbrock. Layout is my own style, elements used are from Elif Sahin’s kit “Cast a Spell”. The papers were again created by myself using templates from Pixel Scrapper. Thanks for takin a peek!October 28, 2019 at 5:47 am #35523
Very cool, Annie. Is there any Trick or Treating there?October 28, 2019 at 5:48 am #35525
Another for Halloween. Photo from Unsplash by Paige Cody. Layout my own idea and papers, elements, and alpha are from Pixel Scrappers Janet Scott’s scrap kit titled “Chills & Thrills”. Thanks for takin a peek!October 28, 2019 at 7:01 am #35526
Hi Sharon, Bonnie, and Annie, what creative and great layouts: birdcages, magazines style, and lots of lovely, and sometimes spooky 🙂 Halloween pages. Great work, ladies.October 28, 2019 at 7:26 am #35528
I am trying to create a layout to practice the tutorials from the Lab9-M10, but so far, no success. I will keep trying 🙂
Meanwhile, I made another recipe card, and I am working on the turkey stuffing recipe.
Hi Sharon, I don’t know if you like this type of recipe, but I made it last year for the first time to give as a present and also to use in the homemade Baileys truffles.
Template: Scrapping with Liz “Recipe Template1-2”; Papers by DedeSmith “Christmas Convoy”; Element by Crazy Cat Designs; Font: AltastGreeting and photo from the internet-All our Way.October 28, 2019 at 6:25 pm #35531
Cristina, I just love your recipe cards, well done. And, for anyone who is interested, I have made this recipe for many years and it is really lovely … a true Christmas drink and gift, and, dare I say it … a trifle intoxicating! ;DOctober 28, 2019 at 6:30 pm #35532
LOL! Michele, judging by the look on this pumpkin’s face it would be all spooky tricks and definitely no treats! As for trick or treating here is Australia maybe only in some suburbs of the major cities but as far as I am aware it has never really taken off. I have never had children knock on my door asking for a trick or a treat. A shame really as I do think it is a lot of fun.October 28, 2019 at 6:31 pm #35533
Thanks dear Cristina, as always, much appreciated my friend.October 28, 2019 at 9:31 pm #35535
Annie you are a delight! I love your Halloween pages. You have really gone all out with spookiness. I certainly wouldn’t want to meet up with your Jack O lantern after dark.
Thank you for the recipe Cristina! I think your recipe template is wonderful. It’s such a good idea!October 29, 2019 at 12:54 am #35543
Thanks so much Sharon. You know I really do love Halloween but it is not celebrated much here in Australia at all. Just never seemed to take off … go figure! Anyways, at least I get to indulge here, ;DOctober 29, 2019 at 3:08 am #35545
Hello Scrapbook Campus. I had a lot of fun with this one. No photos used but I have had these tubes for a long time and decided to use them and practice some psp techniques … easy ones, of course! The spooky village and flying bats is an old tube as was the tree branch and the sleeping bat girl. The huge moon I created with concentric circles, merged and then blurred. I did add an illumination effect to the left centre of the moon but the rays are barely visible. I used a dusk sky hue for the background with a star overlay. Cassel’s neon cat and ghost were very handy and I followed her ghost text tutorial for the title effect. Thanks for takin a peek!October 29, 2019 at 7:06 am #35550Bonnie BallentineParticipant
Love it, Annie! Sounds like a lot of work but produced a great result!October 29, 2019 at 7:07 am #35551
Thank you so much, Annie and Sharon for your kind comments. <3
Annie, you are on a roll! No need for a photo; you created a very creative and fun layout.October 29, 2019 at 9:50 am #35552
Annie, I LOVE your spooky place project. Everything is just perfect. You need to come here at least once in your life for Halloween. LOLOctober 29, 2019 at 4:06 pm #35554Lynda DiGregorParticipant
Nice job, Annie…both are great!October 29, 2019 at 4:07 pm #35555Lynda DiGregorParticipant
Really cuteOctober 30, 2019 at 5:21 pm #35560
Annie I just love your Halloween pages! They really show how much fun you’re having. I’m going to a Fall Festival at my church this evening and I promised to bake a cake for a cake walk game that they’re having. I decided to scrapbook the recipe so I could print it out to go with the cake. I’m going to post it here as a kind of recipe swap to Cristina or anyone else that wants the recipe. BEWARE! It is loaded with sugar! Eat at your own risk. The oatmeal makes it heart healthy so I guess a small piece won’t do too much damage. The acorns and leaves are from Brusheezy.October 31, 2019 at 6:02 am #35561
Hi Sharon, the layout is very nice, and the recipe looks delicious! Thanks for sharing. 🙂October 31, 2019 at 8:59 am #35562
Sharon, what a lovely idea to include your recipe with the cake. It’s as lovely as your l/o.October 31, 2019 at 4:28 pm #35566Larry HicksParticipant
Hi, this is the PSP project was based upon what i learned during Spooky I and Spooky II.
The house, moon, trees, plus several of the ghosts and skeletons are photo images.
Many thanks for the Great Webinars.October 31, 2019 at 7:10 pm #35570trish williamsParticipant
have you all been driving into sweets today, you might be to full to enjoy this one then .
Whoops its done it again , and gone out of shape, can anyone explain why it does that . thank you xxOctober 31, 2019 at 8:03 pm #35571
Thanks for your compliment Sharon, always appreciated my friend. I love your recipe page and the cake intrigues me. It sounds like something from out of the CWA cookbook which is a trusted recipe source here in Australia. I am going to give it a go because it reads like it would be deliciously moist. Thank you Hon. <3October 31, 2019 at 8:10 pm #35572
Bonnie, Michele and Lynda, thank you very much my friends for your compliments, much appreciated.
Trish, as usual your cake page is a delight and stirs up the sweet tooth in me, lol!
Larry, your Happy Halloween page is wonderful but … I don’t think I would like to visit there, especially at night! ;DOctober 31, 2019 at 10:11 pm #35573
Larry I would definitely be afraid to ask for candy at your extremely haunted house! Wonderful work!
Trish I think I’m going to stick with your cakes from now on. Mine was way too sweet for me.
Annie I just have to tell you, that is a very moist cake. I was surprised. If you do make it, be sure to watch it under the broiler. It will burn quickly!October 31, 2019 at 11:13 pm #35584
Well Scrapbook Campus, this is the last one for October and for Halloween. I decided to give the Pocket Scrapbooking a digital workout as suggested in Cassel’s Campus Update. It was fun and I really like the idea. I used some of my favourite Halloween tubes for this one instead of photos. All background papers were created by myself. Thanks for takin a peek!November 1, 2019 at 9:44 am #35595
Great job, Larry.
Nice pocket scrapbooking, Annie. Quick question for you. I haven’t been in the s/b world as long as you and some of the others. When you say, “tube,” I know you aren’t referring to a picture tube, but I don’t know what it is.November 1, 2019 at 3:31 pm #35600CasselKeymaster
Michele, the term “tube” has been used in different ways, and mean something different.
“Picture tubes” is what PSP is using. Those images that you can apply like stickers (click, click, click), or draw with, like ropes, chains, and all those you can see in my store for example.
“Tubes” is a term that describes “images without a background”. This is NOT typical of PSP as you can create those in Photoshop, or any other program. They are most often in png format (with transparent background). Those “tubes” can be just anything, like objects, animals or people. They are extracted from a jpg image using whatever tool is needed and then saved in png format. PSP users often THINK they need to convert them into .psptube format to use inside PSP with the Picture tube tool, but it is not the case. I have an article here that explains a bit more.
Hope it helps clarify that terminology.
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