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  • #35601
    Annie Tobin
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    Thanks Michele. Cassel has covered the “tube” issue beautifully. With digital scrapbooking most of the elements in a scrap kit are what I would refer to as tubes because they are an image without a background. There are a few artists who specialize in tubes (extractions) such as Betsie, Guismo, Gerry, Graph-Sabine, Insanytee, Jen Vrouw, JHanna, Kikirou and, Mou … just to name a few, lol! I have a certificate in extraction, doing it the old fashioned way, which I still consider to be more polished than the techniques offered by Paint Shop Pro and Photoshop etcetera. Rather a time consuming task though … much quicker to use the software options which are being improved all the time! <3

    #35603
    Michele aka micfin
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    Thanks, Carole and Annie. That clears it up for me. To be perfectly honest, I use Clipping Magic for more complicated images I want to “tube.” (Did I say that correctly?) Now I just have to remember the terms. LOL

    #35610
    Sue Thomas
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    I made two completely different pages last night, one for my baby granddaughter, who has a virus, which is doing the rounds, and the other one using quite a few tools. The background paper took the longest to do, using the masked photo of the chipmunk, seamless tiling, motion blur, radial blur and gaussian blur, texture. Again Carol’s corner punches came in handy again.

    #35624
    Larry Hicks
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    Hi, many thanks for the comments and words of encouragement. I really enjoyed using the techniques from Carole’s (aka Cassel’s) webinars.  Now my cousin wants me to re-make her into a witch and put her into next years picture.

    For the our house on Halloween, just add flashing lights, jack-o-lanterns, tombstones, and two types of “monster” music and you have the reason why the kids called it “the scary man’s house”. I did explain to the little ones that the sounds were just a recording.

    #35643
    Michele aka micfin
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    Lovely work as always, Sue. I hope your grand feels better sooner than later. I always feel so helpless when babies are sick.

    #35660
    Annie Tobin
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    Two cuties Sue, well done Hon. Wishing your baby granddaughter well soon! <3

    #35673
    AprilDawn
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    well done to everyone for all your creative projects for the month of October.

    best wishes,

    Dawn

    #35679
    trish williams
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    Bon Fire Night is here again, although the fireworks havent stopped since halloween.

    #35681
    trish williams
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    Using pic to paint

    #35698
    Annie Tobin
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    Great job on both Trish and your pic to painting is stunning! 😉

    #35712
    Cristina
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    Hi Larry, Trish, Annie, and Sue, great job!

    #35760
    Lynda DiGregor
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    I’ve been having so much fun playing with Carole’s cubic pattern in Lab 9-1 module and then a couple of deer showed  up in my backyard  so I decided to put them in back of the cubic pattern. Also encased one of our neighborhood  cardinals. Kind of silly but fun nonetheless.  🙂

    #35784
    Annie Tobin
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    Silly can be fun Lynda and you have turned the cubic pattern into fun with a difference, well done Hon.

    #35825
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Thanks Annie….always sweet and positive  🙂

     

    #35830
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Thought I’d share this. My 16 year old granddaughter went to Homecoming recently and she sent me these photo. Of course I couldn’t let it go so here is a photo collage of the night.

    #35831
    Annie Tobin
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    Lynda, the simplicity of this is divine. Beautiful photos of a beautiful young couple and your color scheme is perfectly complimentary. I love it my friend. <3

    #35833
    Cristina
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    Linda, you used the cubic pattern in a very creative way, and the result is great.

    Beautiful photos of your granddaughter/couple, and the layout is lovely. I am sure she will be happy to see it.

    #35834
    Michele aka micfin
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    You did a great job, Lynda. I’ll bet your granddaughter loved it.

    There’s a new thread for November. You might want to share it there so more people can enjoy it.

    #35837
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Micfin, she did like it but her mother liked it more….no accounting for mothers!  🙂

    #35858
    Sue Thomas
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    I’m cracking on with  Christmas cards, in between I’ve started some of next year’s birthday cards, seeing as the weather is snowy and cold.  Having fun with  some of Carole’s  text tutorials.

    #35892
    Annie Tobin
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    Beautiful use of text for this page Sue, very cute end result which a 2yr old will love to bits! <3

    #35905
    Sue Thomas
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    Thank you Annie, as always you give  positive, encouraging comments, which  are always appreciated.

    #35952
    Cristina
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    Sue, seeing your post, I realize how many options of text tutorials Carole has. Your card is so cute! Happy Birthday, Megan! <3

    #35956
    Sue Thomas
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    Thank you Cristina!  There are over a dozen text  tutorials, that not counting  the  tile text,  cutout text to mention  a few. I haven’t counted them all, but there must be over 20 tutorials relating to Text.

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    #35995
    trish williams
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    Is there not a working in November?

    Finally got round to doing a on the road post and I cant find that either, I am really getting behind, and seeing all your beautiful work is amazing xx

    So here is my Road trip.  thank for peeping xx

    #36001
    Annie Tobin
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    Nice job Trish! Simple and effective, my kinda style, well done Hon. <3

    #36004
    trish williams
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    Thought I would share this birthday tribute. xx

    #36007
    trish williams
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    Thank you Annie,  seem to have trouble finding time lately and catching up xx

     

    #36009
    Annie Tobin
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    Simply beautiful Trish, You Go Girl! <3

    #36013
    trish williams
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    my day wouldnt pass without another , you got it Cake.

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