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  • #34571
    Annie Tobin
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    A couple more edges … the more I do the easier the math gets, lol!  Thanks for takin a peek!

    #34573
    Michele aka micfin
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    Love your layout, Bonnie. Those pictures are lovely and you let them speak for the page.

    Trish, your Paris grunge page came out great. Still busy making papers, I see.

    Thank you for your generosity, Annie, but what I downloaded was too “fuzzy.” The details got lost in the translation. You might just inspire me try try making my own once I’m out of my funk!

    Dawn, it’s wonderful to see you here. I agree with Annie; you are a treasure.

    ~ Michele

    #34585
    Cristina
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    Trish, Sharon, Bonnie, and Annie, I am amazed by your work! Papers, zipper, layout, templates… Amazing job, everyone!

    #34630
    Annie Tobin
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    Michele, if you download the mask from the pop up view page you will then be able to use it as a pattern. I have been sizing my edge canvas image to 3600 x 300 (or whatever height the mask is) and then flood filling it with the mask pattern.
    Add a new layer and in the layers palette drag it below the black and white layer then flood fill this layer with whatever pretty pattern you want the finished product to be.
    Remaining on that layer I then go to layers – new mask layer – show all. Then activate the top black and white layer – ctrl A to select all – ctrl F to float and then drag the floating layer to just below the top layer of the group (not below the entire group).
    Ctrl D to deselect.
    Again activate the top black and white layer and delete this layer … voila! you have your edge.
    I then merge the group, do something to the top edge for a slight contrast (such as adding noise) and then add a sticker bevel to the entire edge to lift it just a litte. A shadow to suit yourself.
    This was definitely one of my favourite lessons by Cassel as it opens up all sorts of possibilities for creative work.
    I hope this helps your creative spirit Michele! <3 ;D

    #34639
    Shirley
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    A close friend recently  lost everything in a house fire. She was pleased I had photos to print off for her from when the house was shifted to the site.   I decided to put them together in a frame for her birthday next month.  I had so much trouble with this tutorial in the double page project that I decided to use it again for  revision , and pleased to say I sailed through much better.  My daughter up cycles wooden items to a  shabby chic look, so she is on the job with a soft green frame

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    #34643
    trish williams
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    dont know if my hand shook or beverley  was enjoying herself so much

    #34648
    trish williams
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    Nice post Shirley, nice thoughtful present for your friend x

    Love those borders, you made a nice job of those Annie x

    #34650
    trish williams
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    Been busy with cakes, as per usual

    #34652
    trish williams
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    and another today

     

    #34653
    AprilDawn
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    hello Annie, what fun edges.. they would be great to use on a themed page or card for anyone who enjoys fishing… well done!

    best wishes,

    Dawn.

     

    #34654
    AprilDawn
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    Shirley you created a nice page and I’m sure your friend will appreciate your birthday gift.

    Trish, your cards are lovely … they are sure to bring joy to their day.

    best wishes to you both,

    Dawn.

    #34657
    Annie Tobin
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    LOL! Shaking hand or not the photo is one of happiness and the page turned out wonderfully … well done Trish. <3

    #34658
    Annie Tobin
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    Nicely done Shirley … I am sure your friend will be very appreciative. <3

    #34659
    Annie Tobin
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    Thanks my lovely Dawn, very much appreciated. <3

    #34660
    Annie Tobin
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    I enjoy viewing your birthday cards Trish … they always speak of lovely celebrations! <3

    #34661
    Annie Tobin
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    Thanks Trish, very pleased you liked them my friend. <3

    #34675
    Cristina
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    Wow, I am amazed by all the projects posted! Tons of creativity going on here; congrats to Sharon, Bonnie, Trish, and Annie. You all have created unique and lovely layouts, elements, and papers.

    I am at a snail’s pace at the moment. I am not even going to try to catch up with all of you… Lost battle! 😀

    #34676
    Michele aka micfin
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    Annie, you are such a sweetie. Thank you for explaining how to use your mask. Unfortunately, as I said, when I download (the pop-up view), the resulting file is very blurry.

    Shirley, what a special gift for your friend. I’m so sorry to hear about her loss; she will treasure what you made for her.

    Trish, I am gaining weight just looking at the goodies in your birthday pics!

    (I hope I didn’t miss anyone.)

    ~ Michele

    #34678
    Michele aka micfin
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    The papers and the bee are freebies from AnnieC Digitals. I’m sure you recognize Cass’s Floral Corner Brush used with the Eraser tool. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again…I LOVE THE CORNER BRUSHES!

    The text (Stray Bullet Smooth font) ended up being a very happy accident. I tried several different methods including 1) Cass-GlitterSticker script, 2) creating text as a selection, and 3) the Word Sticker portion of Cass’s Lab 09 Mod 05. I don’t remember how many layers I ended up with (including drop shadows) and I kept turning them on and off to see which I liked best. At one point I got an unexpected result and Eureka! I ended up using a combination of all. Happy accidents are the best.

    As Annie says, “thanks for peekin’.”

    ~ Michele

     

    #34689
    Annie Tobin
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    Aw, so sorry Michele but I am comforted by the fact you will most likely have loads of fun creating your own … and frustrations of course … as you do! <3

    #34690
    Annie Tobin
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    Oh Michele, I do love this result and I am sure Ronda will have a happy moment when she receives it … You Go Girl! <3

    #34691
    Annie Tobin
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    Dear Cristina … don’t you remember that the snail can sometimes win the race! ;D Thanks dear friend, I always appreciate your comments. <3

    #34692
    AprilDawn
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    Michele..love your card and I am sure it will give Ronda joy on her special day.

    best wishes as always,

    Dawn

    #34713
    Bonnie Ballentine
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    My basketball team at the National Senior Games.

    #34718
    Sharon Wilke
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    Bonnie, your tribute to basketball team is fantastic! Congratulations to all of you!!! I love how you placed the photo inside the state of Florida.

    Dear Annie! You are such a delight! I absolutely love the edges you have created. I’m so happy to see that your computer was rescued.

    I haven’t had much time this past week for graphics. Real world interferes like that sometimes. I did manage to create a manila folder and I’m happy about that. So here’s my tribute to the Manila folder!

    #34719
    Annie Tobin
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    Bonnie … clever work with this page my friend, effective placement of the photos and great use of the basketball!
    Sharon, thank you very much my friend and I love your manila folders … smooth work, 🙂

    #34721
    Annie Tobin
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    This is my latest project.  I found this delightful photo on Unsplash.  It was taken by Vidar Nordli Mathisen and is of a window in Drobak, Norway.  The background paper is my own creation, the title alpha is Cassel’s Old Book Alphabet, the flower element is one of a set I have had for a long time and the dandelion brush I made myself.  Thanks for takin a peek!

    #34725
    Michele aka micfin
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    Bonnie, I love how you used the state to place your pics. Congrats on the championship!

    Sharon, those folders are so cool; very clever.

    Annie, you cracked me up with this one. Unsplash is such a great place to find photos. I love what you did with this one.

    ~ Michele

    #34741
    Cristina
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    Michele, the card is just lovely. Like you, I love the corner punch brushes, and I don’t have this one yet!

    Bonnie, very nice layout. I also love how you placed the photos. Great work.

    Sharon, the manila folders look so real. Great job.

    Annie, this snail here is not going to win any race any time soon! LOL  But I love to see everybody’s projects with different techniques and styles… Your latest layout is another nice one; you have great talent to find amazing photos!

     

    #34746
    Annie Tobin
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    Dear Michele, so pleased that you liked this one … it is a treasure of a photo which is why I had to make use of it, LOL! <3

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