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  • #80129
    Cassel
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    If you try to vote a second time, it will remove your vote. It just toggles it on and off.

    #80130
    Sue Thomas
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    • Superfan

    Bonnie, thank you  for voting, I appreciate you taking the time to  vote.  You can vote for as many entries as you want, but  only once per entry, as Carole explained.

    #80131
    Susan Ewart
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    Got my votes in.  My favorites are winter (I love snowflakes and hexagons so it’s a hands down winner!) and I love the damselfly.  they are all beautiful though and you have opened my squeamish eyes up to the insect world.

    #80132
    Susan Ewart
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    Thank you Ann, I checked out her website.  She has really beautiful kits.  And some good sales on the bundled ones.  Always nice to find a new resource.

    #80134
    Jannette Nieuwboer-Dons
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    Somewhere I saw an item HOT.

    It’s a difficult one so I had to open my inside creativity draw and this one came out.

     

    #80135
    Sue Thomas
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    • Superfan

    Susan, thank you, I appreciate your vote. I’m even more pleased to read that my passion for the wonderful world of insects is rubbing off on you. Lol

    #80139
    Pirkko
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    I meant to put this in July WORD Challenge (2022) – but it was closed …

    so..

    • This reply was modified 1 month, 3 weeks ago by Pirkko.
    #80140
    Jannette Nieuwboer-Dons
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    • 129
    • Junior

    Nice Pirkko. Good advice you gave on your submission.

    Sorry, I’m not that good at English, so I’m a bit scared to reply.

    I, put a translator on it. Hopefully, it’s enough.

    #80141
    Pirkko
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    Jannette – Thanks – and … my english… well. luckily there is a google translator 🙂

    #80150
    Jannette Nieuwboer-Dons
    Participant
    • 129
    • Junior

    I’m using now ‘Grammarly’ Pirkko. That’s a quite handy one.

    Greetz.

     

    #80152
    Ann Seeber
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    • 1183
    • Superfan

    Basic Scrap Course – Module 7. I still struggle to find the right tools in the gradient materials palette. The kit I used had a large collection of Alphas, so I used the gradient part of the lesson to create a surrounding frame for the whole page. The scallops were new for me. I’m also enthusiastic about selecting an area and promoting it to a layer. This is saving me a lot of measuring headaches! This gal is my granddaughter, the zookeeper. The zoo has a flock of Lorikeets so the children can enjoy a hands-on experience.

    #80155
    Sue Thomas
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    • 1491
    • Superfan

    Carole, I see that the July WORD challenge  HOT page, has a message saying ‘ this page is closed to new replies’.  I’m unable to post in it.

    My HOT page.  I used one of Carole’s border punches for the frame.  Created punched  confetti to scatter from the photo.

    Sand writing text,  word art.

     

     

    #80157
    Sue Thomas
    Participant
    • 1491
    • Superfan

    Unable to post  in the  Word challenge.

    #80158
    Cassel
    Keymaster
    • 2395
    • Superfan

    Try again,n Sue. The thread should be open now.

    #80182
    Anne Lamp
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    • 283
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    I created this for the July word challenge. We have all heard about being in the “Hot Seat” ( a highly uncomfortable or embarrassing situation) The photo with the burning chair is one of mine and is what started me on this project. The font is “hot like hell” The lady and the sign was adapted from other saved files.

    #80204
    Susan Ewart
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    • 586
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    Anne, your hot seat is funny.  I’m sure I’ve sat there many times.

    Here is my layout for Module 6 Basic Scrap Course.  Ann, is correct “promoting selection to new layer” makes for a much faster work flow.  I loved doing the title.  The warp brush has a mind of its own or maybe that’s just my hand.  It’s hard to see on this size layout.  It was fun to create, thanks to your really thorough instruction Carole.  The photo is mine. the title is Hobo that I found at fontgeek I think.  I used it for the journaling too.  The papers and elements are from Digital Scrapbook – Jessica D Copperspice kit – plus elements from other artists.  The little green sticker (I put a frame on it so it would show against the background) says, ” into nature we go”.  I quite enjoyed this module and learning some new shortcuts for a faster workflow.

    #80473
    kasany
    Participant
    • 34
    • Rookie

    Chess-sport-theme.

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