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  • #65831
    Minka
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    I purchased Carole’s Piped Frosting PT yesterday … went back and redid my cup cake.  Looks a little more yummy with the piping around it, but I’ll bet that vibrant red would turn your teeth red for quite a while!  LOL

    #65836
    Corrie Kinkel
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    A totally different layout, no halloween or cakes!

    This is a card I made for my dear friend who is celebrating her 50th wedding anniversary coming week. Strangely enough I don’t have good pictures of both of them so I only used their initials. The card is one of 4 that I acquired some time ago. Because I made many cards with flowers  for her during her chemo treatment, I didn’t want to do something similar. She is feeling fine at the moment but it will be a celebrating with mixed feelings because it is clear that she won’t have many years left, probably 2 or 3 at the most according to her docters. I used the font Monogram Handdrawn Rose and colored it  with a red rose and green leaves. All text has an inner bevel to simulate those thicker golden elements you see sometimes on cards. The shadow is really tiny because the card itself has no shadows, it is a watercolored card. I tried a bigger shadow, but that was overpowereing. Now I just have to print it.

    #65838
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    Wow, everyone has been busy. I have been procrastinating about posting…not sure why.

    I am amazed with all the work shown here. Ann, I am not sure I have seen a tree so vibrant. Michelle, love the pink! Helen, I would love to watch as you work the loom…would love to take pictures too! Helen, love the cake and you have created a great Halloween cake. Susan, great triangle pattern paper. Anne, great job on the palette challenge. I need to try that. Mary, I do enjoy zoo LOs. Pirrko, love your LO and the photo effect! Sue, as usual, amazing nature LO. I love everyone you create! Corrie, you know I love the soccer LO and your card will be a wonderful surprise for your friends!

    #65839
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    Minka! I am on the way up for some cake!

    #65841
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    I have done a couple of pages featuring this hawk before. This time he came to my back yard and stayed 15 or 20 minutes. It didn’t seem to bother him when I came outdoors to photograph his visit. I was pretty close…20 feet + or -. I enjoyed every moment spent near him!

    #65843
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    Template 3 by Lady 22.

    #65848
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    #65850
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    #65852
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    This is a wild hibiscus. Grows in wet marshy areas. These were growing beside a small lake. Template 4 by Lady 22.

    #65854
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    Recently I competed in the Georgia Senior Games. I competed in singles, doubles and mixed doubles. This is a layout for the singles competition. Doubles and mixed doubles to be created later.

    #65859
    Susan Ewart
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    Minka, YUMMY, I love that layout…wish I could eat it.  And <b> Bonnie,</b> you get the best visitors to your yard. Beautiful photo’s

    my contribution isnt so yummy or as awesome as a raptor.  I’m still playing with making papers.  Here’s my favorites from a hour of playing with the Kaleidoscope Paper tutorial from the Creative Scrap. You could really go to town making papers this way.  Thank you Carole for your tutorials, you make it easier to learn.

    #65862
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    Susan, great papers. I need to spend some time in Creative Scrap. The lessons there are awesome!

    #65863
    Michele
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    Wow, everyone is posting such wonderful and diverse projects. Good on us!

    #65893
    Ann Seeber
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    Had to show off my Palette Challenge entry. I took the palette and created a gradient from it and this is the result!

    #65900
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    Wow! Ann…love it!

    #65906
    Corrie Kinkel
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    Ann very clever and it looks great!

    #65935
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    Georgia Senior Games, Doubles.

    Scrapchat Designs: Quiet ##94

    #65937
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    Georgia Senior Games, Mixed Doubles

    Template: MissFish, “You Did It” #1

    #65944
    Colin Hooson
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    I’ve been having a go at the Jack of Lanterns, it’s not as easy as you may think; there are a lot of different tools and filters used on this. My first two attempts were worse than this one.

    #65949
    Susan Ewart
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    Bonnie, it’s really fun playing with the Kaleidoscope papers. If you only have a short time to play you like I did, you can create something (a lot of somethings!) in a very short period of time.  Congrats on your pickle ball victories.  I dont know what pickle ball really is but it’s looks fun.

    Colin, that’s a great pumpkin.

    Ann!  that is really beautiful.  You have such good design sense.

    #65951
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    Susan, pickleball is similar to tennis….but there are many differences also. Just Google it…more info available than you would ever want…

    #65963
    Susan Ewart
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    Bonnie, I will do that. Picklball is an interesting name, I presume no “pickles” are harmed (maybe eaten) during this game.  haha.

    Here is a very basic page.  I am still figuring out how to do stuff in PSP and thought I should do something with the tutorial on triangles.  here’s a apt page for this time of year.  I think the paint part isn’t right, as it wouldn’t sit on top of a paper (that’s the one I made) like that in real life.  It should be like it’s sinking into crevices of the triangle paper.

    The font is called Midnight Minutes from Creative Fabrica; overlay, border and papers from DigitalScrapbook.  I think I will go back and add some more elements,  I ran out of time. I used the centering trick (for the orange and black papers around the picture) from the “Tips and Tricks for Paintshop Pro” book.

    #65964
    Cassel
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    You are correct, Susan about the paint. One “issue” is also that you added some bevel to it (or a shadow?) but if you look at the top left part, the lower opacity there would be something that would work all over the paint, so give this a try: lower the opacity as a simple tweak.

    #65965
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    Susan, the history of pickleball is interesting and somewhat uncertain. There are two stories of how it was named. The one I like best and really think is what happened is: pickleball was named after a dog, Pickles. The story is he kept stealing the ball during the game.

    While pickles are not harmed during the game, they are often used for trophies…and you can imagine what happens once they become part of someone’s food pantry. I especially enjoy dill pickles and bread & butter pickles.

    #65969
    Brenda Crumley
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    Well this is me working at my turtle pace, I think that I just finished my bootcamp project 4. I just wanted to make this one super special for my big sister, she has always been there for me and I just want her to know how much I love and appreciate her! She got me interested in scrapbooking.

    • This reply was modified 3 days, 21 hours ago by Brenda Crumley. Reason: I posted the wrong size. :{
    #65970
    laurie solaas
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    Awwww…. Thanks, and nice job Sis! Keep up the good work!

    #65974
    Susan Ewart
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    Thank you Carole, I will try that (lowering the opacity on the paint splotch).  Yes, I used a bevel and I shadow I think, was just trying it to see what it would look like.  I did lower the opacity on the black border.  Not sure why I didnt on the paint.  it’s still a work in progress, looking at it more, the title is too high, as is the picture.

    Brenda, that’s a nice tribute.  I am a snail as well, pages take me a loooong time.  I think only practice will help me to get better and faster.

    Bonnie, I love that story.  And I never met a pickle I didnt like.

    #65977
    Michele
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    I managed to tie fashion and horror together thanks to an amazing illustrator, Guillermo Meraz who did a serial killer collection. I tried to make it look like they were on shelves. Don’t know if I was successful at that, but I do like the results. As always I had a deadline and now I see some things I would have done differently, but don’t we always feel that way?  The font is Zombies from Font Bundles.

    #65978
    Michele
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    There are far too many projects posted for me to comment individually, but I love and am inspired by everyone’s creativity. <3

    #65980
    Sue Thomas
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    I created the word art some time ago. I’ll find a use for it one of these days. I don’t like jet black text on a white background, I find it a bit stark. I prefer a softer look. I put it on a white background, and framed it to post it, for you to see. I have the psp file saved, to edit it for a future project.

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