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  • #48030
    Lynda DiGregor
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    HAPPY HALLOWEEN

    From Carole’s Master Class -Ding ding dingbats

    #48036
    Lynda DiGregor
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    This is a template from Pixel Scrappers, Gina Jones. I also used her papers and elements. Again , I don’t have any kids around so I used a goofy photo of my dog, Lucy and a photo of a pumpkin that I carved.

    #48038
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Thank you Karon

    #48039
    Lynda DiGregor
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    Sue, I love your Sandhill Cranes and your split frames. Well done!

    #48044
    Michele
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    I finally have my new laptop, but I am lost on setting it up. At least I was able to come here and look at everyone’s great work. I don’t even have PSP set up yet, but I’ll get there!

    #48065
    Ann Seeber
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    It’s the 5 year anniversary of Eve’s adoption, aka Gotcha Day! I did a pretty little layout showing her then and now. Nothing really fancy, just showcasing her photos. The photo on the right where she’s on my shoulder was more or less a kittie selfie! My iPhone XS has a Portrait mode and you can choose the light level so this is Stage Light.

    #48073
    Ann Seeber
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    I did a complete revision of my EVE layout and am now happy.. swapped the photos so they face inward, added a paper strip behind the journaling but had trouble with the jagged border. Added a brad to tie down the photos and a white border that I buttonized.

    Carole Cassel? I seem to recall using the eraser tool set to 45 degrees to create the jagged border. Clicking on one corner and holding down the shift key when touching the opposite corner. It didn’t work for me in PSP2021! In fact, it erased the entire edge of the paper without any cutouts. I ended up clicking for each diamond all along the edge of the paper. What did I do wrong?

    #48074
    Cassel
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    Ann, maybe it is the Step value that is too small? It should be set to 100 or so to give that effect.

    #48075
    Sue Thomas
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    Carole,    I can see your song,   talent show,  where I saw the people in  the question marks.

    #48082
    Ann Seeber
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    I decided to look up Jellicle Cats. Here’s the definition: The name “Jellicle” comes from an unpublished poem by Eliot entitled “Pollicle Dogs and Jellicle Cats”, where “Pollicle dogs” is a corruption of “poor little dogs” and “Jellicle cats” of “dear little cats”.

    =^..^=

    #48085
    sandra jones
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    Lynda Nice work on the dingbats and I love your layout!

    Michele Nice to have you back.  To me there is nothing worse than having to start over with a laptop and reload every thing,  Wishing you luck with that.

    Ann I really like your layout! You have a beautiful cat she looks absolutely precious.

    #48089
    Sue Thomas
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    So many of you have given nothing but wonderful compliments  on my  pages.  I’d like to say thank you very  much, it means a great deal to me.  Again Thank you!

    #48092
    Corrie Kinkel
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    Halloween in the Netherlands is not such a big event as in America, but it is becoming more and more popular these days. So I have no photos about it, but I have on of my granddaughter dressed up as a witch and used that one to try to make a LO about halloween. I had to search for all the elements I wanted to use, luckily there are several picture tubes! I made the frame from a paper with a radial blur and gave the moon a spooky glow (thanks to the lights challenge I know how). The font is Brush King. Perhaps it is a bit early but the Up-To-Date Challenge is coming up and I’m a rather slow scrapper, so here it is.

    #48093
    Sue Thomas
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    I had visitors yesterday,  one  was passing through the yard, while others were flying over.  I heard the song by the Moody Blues on the radio, which  prompted me to  create this page. I framed the  handsome  buck, extracted the cranes, duplicated the 2 middle ones.  I thought the  lyrics of this song  was appropriate for my  mood, and  the season that we  are in.  Winters are long and brutally cold, so flying south  with  the migratory birds is something  I often wish I could do.

    #48094
    James DURRANT
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    Corrie  This weeks Discovery Center newsletter has a tutorial for Halloween with a link for Clip Art.

    Search Corel Discovery Center and in the web sites search box enter Haunted House Collage  this will link to the tutorial and here you can download the sample images (that include the Clip Art) for the tutorial

    Each week the newsletter (also covering other Corel products) has tutorials and usually a free-be. If you want to receive it each week there is a link at the bottom of the page to request it.

    #48107
    Ann Seeber
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    Here is Adam, the companion piece to Eve. He’s her big brother and we adopted him first. He had languished in a shelter for two years from early kittenhood. Black cats are  usually the last to be adopted. 🙁

     

    #48108
    Corrie Kinkel
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    James, thank you. I know and I already get the newsletter and follow some of the tutorials and download the freebees if I like them. There is also some stuff on YouTube! But nevertheless I had to search for other elements in my LO. Pixelscrappers is a good place to visit too.

    #48122
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    Ann, your cats are beautiful! I also have a tuxie…and a tabbyco…tabby and calico mix. They certainly brighten my days…and nights.

    #48124
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    I have a lot going on right now and my mojo is dead. I finally finished a layout tonight. I have begun many but have been able to complete only one.

    In 2014 I visited South Carolina, my home. While there some of my pickleball friends came to play in a tournament and I took them to dinner at my favorite place, Maurice’s Piggie Park Bar-b-que. The sauce is mustard based and marketed as Carolina Gold. My friends enjoyed their dinner and headed up the road back to Virginia.

    I used a template by Connie Prince at Gingerscraps.

    #48136
    Karon Dey
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    OMG Lynda… I love, love what you did with the dingbats. So very cool. Your layout is so very Halloweeny. Who says you need kids to enjoy the holiday, right?
    Ann… Enthralled with your little Eve. Our tuxedo passed away at the start of the pandemic. He and I had a love/hate relationship; but I still miss him so much. I think both of the layouts look great. Interesting info on Jellicle cats. Always enjoy learning new things. And fantastic picture. Adam is so very handsome. It’s a shame that black cats are the last to be adopted. That would be my first pick.
    Corrie… Awesome layout. Your granddaughter is adorable. You did a great job on the glow on the moon. It really sets the mode.
    Sue… Great extraction on the cranes and really liked how you framed the pronghorn.
    Bonnie… Judging from your layout I would never have guessed you lost your mojo. It is wonderful. If not to personal can I ask where in SC? I have a son in Hartsville and an uncle in Seneca.

    #48138
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    Hey, Karon…I was born and raised in Columbia. I haven’t been there in some time and feel the need to visit…of course, I can’t at this time. My high school reunion was cancelled because of Covid or I would have visited Piggie Park then. Their bar-b-que sauce is mustard based and I love it. When I make my own, I make ketchup based and I love that too. I think I just love bar-b-que!…and SC…and Columbia…and the Gamecocks.

    #48169
    Karon Dey
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    Bonnie…. I use both when making my own; but I’ve gotten lazy and know just buy the bottled. 😉

    #48171
    Karon Dey
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    Lab 6 Module 1
    Lesson 3: wood frame
    Experiment 5: fun font find – tape font
    Kit: The Neutral Zone ©Kimeric Kreations
    Shepherd Studio template

    #48173
    Karon Dey
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    Lab 6 Module 1
    Lesson 1: puffy paint (the hearts scatter; 3 in 1 LOL)
    Lesson 2: cathedral windows
    Experiment 1: title work – song lyrics/title
    Experiment 2: element – sprays
    Experiment 3: color/pattern – hearts
    Experiment 4: sketch template – Sillyscrapper
    Kit: A Girl’s World ©Kimeric Kreations

    #48180
    Sue Thomas
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    I like the cutout photo effects, it’s easy to  create using as mask, which means I can edit it for each photo.

    #48182
    Sue Thomas
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    This was a quick, fun, easy page.  I enjoy creating word art, and  the split frame  is always a fun effect.  I  slipped a ribbon in between the  split frame, in order to do that I had to use the selection tool, another tool I have fun using.

    #48183
    Sue Thomas
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    So many inspirational pages posted, each and every one  beautifully executed.  It’s always a pleasure to sit with a cup of  tea and  scroll through the posts  on this site.  Thank you Lynda, and Karon for your very kind comments on my pages, it’s very much appreciated, and means a great deal to me.

    #48185
    Karon Dey
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    Sue… Nice cutout effects. Love the idea. And the split frame with the circle word is awesome.

    #48189
    Sue Thomas
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    Thank you so much Karon.   You are always  so kind with your comments.  I hope some of  my pages inspire you.

    #48262
    Karon Dey
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    Lab 10 Module 10

    Lesson 3: grosgrain ribbon
    Experiment 1: title work – two tone painted
    Experiment 3: color/pattern/texture – scribble shapes
    Experiment 5: fun font find – serendipity & existence light

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