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  • #66408
    Sue Thomas
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    I saw an advert on the telly with text written like the Merry Christmas. I simply had to have a go. I quite literally ended up creating a page for the inside of a Xmas card.

    #66420
    MoniqueN.
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    Nice Sue ! 🙂

     

     

    #66426
    Helen
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    Great job, love the font

     

    #66428
    Sue Thomas
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    Thank you Monique and  Helen.  It wasn’t difficult to create, I used the  straighten tool, to  find out the exact angle of the  word Christmas, to make sure I had the same angle for Merry.  To distort the text I used the sheer tool. It was my first attempt, a practise run!

    #66431
    Michele
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    Just thought I’d have some fun with this one. The original sketch is by Hayden Williams, my favorite illustrator. <3

    #66434
    Ann Seeber
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    Michele: I love your Fab Divas! They always brighten my day!!

    #66450
    Sue Thomas
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    I took another look at what I did last night, at the time I thought it was a tad off by a fraction, which to me made all the difference. But then I had been looking at it for awhile. I created this one early this morning, using a different font. The letters Y and C are exactly the same size, and the angle is precise. Amazing what 1 digit difference can make to the keen eye. This is only 25kb, 400 pixels. Should any of you like to use it in a festive project, let me know and I will post in the files the original 2,000 x 1,000 pixel PSP file or PNG.  I’ve now got the hang of creating this  style of  wordart.

    #66451
    Corrie Kinkel
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    Sue, thank you for the explanation on bugs and insects, because in english I sometimes don’t really know the difference! And by the way nice ork, I especially like the word art for the holidays!

    Michele as always a wonderful fabdiva page, love them.

    Annie so glad to see you here and that you are still loving the scripting course. I hope we get to see something that you learned and are now able to make! Good luck with the maths

    #66485
    Annie Tobin
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    I’ve missed you too Ann. I try to sneak in here on the odd occassion but the scripting course has totally captured me. I have kind of put myself back in school … getting on here around 8am and closing down about 5pm. I need lots of revision to get the lessons to sink in and that is what takes up most of my time. Maybe one day I will actually write my own script to share with you all. Carole’s scripts are just amazing though and now that I am getting a bit of an idea of the work that actually goes into a script I am amazed that Carole sells them so cheaply … she is a sweetie. 😉

    #66505
    Ann Seeber
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    Corel’s got a new freebie today; a Halloween frame that I find kind of fun. The photo is by my friend Ed Frampton and is called Moonrise in NY. I used PSPs amazing Magic Fill tool to remove mailboxes and road signs. It works a treat!

    #66506
    Michele
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    Anne & Corrie, thank you, ladies. <3

    I think I’ve commented or “liked/loved” most everything else that’s posted here in the FB group.

    #66509
    Michele
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    I had fun with today’s theme, too! I’ve had the original b&w pic for years; used Topaz Restyle plugin to colorize it. The frame, Window card 04, is included with PSP and I adjusted it a bit. The font is Kogttline, free from Fontspace.

    Sometimes you gotta just go for the laughs!

     

     

    #66510
    Ann Seeber
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    Michele: Oh, that is really amusing! 😀 And well done, of course. Your work is always terrific!!

    #66537
    Sue Thomas
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    Michele, a fun vintage work out page. You don’t half create stellar pages,  all of which  amuse us.

    Great work everyone!

    #66554
    Shirley
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    I finally found a cake to show, The work  is a bit messy, but the cake wasn’t I won an award for it  when I was in my cake decorating prime. I was trying out things and overpowered the cake I think.

    #66558
    trish williams
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    November nearly here, this year has gone so fast  so catching  up  as I seem to run out of time , all images from bing  and from  some I cut from a photo

    font black chancery.

    #66583
    Helen
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    Hi Trish, beautiful work as always.

    #66585
    Michele
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    Thanks so much, AnnSue.

    Shirley, that cake is incredible!

    Your page is beautiful, Trish.

    #66649
    Shirley
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    Michele, thanks

    #66657
    trish williams
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    thank you Helen and Michele xx

     

    #66768
    Shirley
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    I was very excited to win the tatting tube this month and they are very true to the actual stitch patterns. The tube I have chosen on the scrapbook page is the same pattern I trimmed my daughters veil with.  This is the  only photo I could find  showing some of the trim not much to see,  but I can assure it was a very long piece of work.

    #66769
    Michele
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    How absolutely beautiful, Shirley. That was a lot of work to trim her veil.

    #66777
    Helen
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    WOW!!! Beautiful job.

     

    #66795
    Shirley
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    Helen and Michele thank you, It was a long job.  The 5 piece cake was quite a mission too, One carrot cake, one chocolate, 2 fruit cakes and two dummy cakes.

    #66811
    Ann Seeber
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    I thought I’d share my Scraplift here, also. Introducing my new tropical fish-Blue Demon. The background is a gradient called White Sand, the greenery is from my two beach kits, the photo is mine, the snail is from a search on Google and the fishbowl is from Pixabay. The headline is a font called Horror Story and the font on the journal strips is Hello Butterfly Sans. The photo is of a Nerite “Zebra” Snail, similar to Roomba who has light stripes on a dark background. They actually measure about the size of a US dime.

    #66812
    Helen
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    Beautiful work everyone, WOW!!!

    #66815
    Michele
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    Decided to have a little fun again; it’s the perfect time of year for that. The background and some of the elements are by Mariel Designs. Some of the elements I’ve just had forever. The witch is a character from the game and the font is Zombie Holocaust, free from SinisterFonts. Don’t be scared!

    #66820
    Pirkko
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    I took parts of the same photo and made them into background paper as well as elements

    here is the result

    #66823
    Ann Seeber
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    Pirkko: That is quite a beautiful visual and poem. Well done!

    #66826
    Helen
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    Wow!!, awesome jobs. You are all do amazing creations.

     

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