July 19, 2017 at 3:17 am #14055
Sheila, very nice page! I like the textured papers, the glitter sprinkles, and the rose you extracted really calls attention. The photo of Precious in the basket is very good, make us wonder too how she did it. 😀 … Great work!July 19, 2017 at 3:22 am #14056
Thank you so much everybody for such lovely comments.
Cassel, shadows are still scary but with your tuts they are getting easier to understand and used right they really make something 3d and I love that.
Solent, I have Cassels glitter and Sparkle scripts and made these scatters some time ago but i can’t remember exactly how as I was playing. I know i used the brush variance (love that) to make the variations of the scatter. I will play some more and let you know.
Dawn, I always use my own stuff apart from what Cassel gives us so that I don’t infringe on CR which is a minefield and tangled up with legal jargon. My mantra to myself is, if I don’t make it I don’t use it to stay out of trouble. With a bit of know how, Cassels scripts and tuts you are only limited by your imagination.
Sheila xxJuly 20, 2017 at 10:54 am #14068
Sheila, I like very much your papers and the way you combined the string, flower, and beads. Very nice page!July 20, 2017 at 10:57 am #14069
This last comment was for number 2… there are so many comments that I was lost in page 1 😀July 22, 2017 at 4:37 am #14085
Here is number 4 of 5 of the Basic Scrap course. All my own work apart from the Alpha which was a freebie from Cassel. The font is called Troutkings BTN. The beads were made with the Bubbles and Balls filter and the doily was made with Cassels Laser Cut Doily script.
I changed the coloured paper shapes from square to hexagon because I can. Artistic license….
Sheila xJuly 22, 2017 at 9:58 am #14089
Sheila, very nice! Snowdog …. what a lovely story. I like very much the hexagons. Good work!July 22, 2017 at 6:21 pm #14090AprilDawnParticipant
Hi Sheila! another great page. I like the effect on the beads , I must play a bit more with that filter to see what can be achieved. the whole layout blends very nice together. and the story is great with the photo. well done!…….Best wishes to you…
Dawn.July 23, 2017 at 6:02 am #14103
Thank you Christina and Dawn. That photo was taken well over 35yrs and I still think of him as one of my babies. He was the most loveliest of dogs, fabulous temperament and obedient. He did think he was human though and would interfere in football games and jump on sledges for a ride down the hilly bank. Ah, lovely memories…
Sheila xJuly 25, 2017 at 6:57 pm #14171
Here is my last lesson, number 5 of the Basic Scrap course of which I have thoroughly enjoyed doing. For this one I used my own image of a Peacock because he was pretty. I used all my own backers and tubes which I made sometime ago. I cant remember the name of either the font for the text or title and its too late in the day for my old brain to deal with and is urging me to go to bed big time. The title I used a fat font and added a white border to make it look like stickers (I hope). I used Cassels rope directional tube to draw out a loopy thing (a bit like my head at the min) and did some shadowing to try and make it look like it isn’t completely flat on the papers. i did the rings as shown, nice new technique. The stitching was made with a brush mark and then Cassels Repeat it script and rough edging script around mat and photo. I used the Halftone filter on it to give it stripy twists and a bit of noise and a tiny shadow.
Think that’s it. Thank you Cassel, great lessons.
July 25, 2017 at 8:43 pm #14176AprilDawnParticipant
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Sheila you have created lovely pages for the whole course… Well done! I love the way you did the rings on this page… stands out really nice. and your colours for the whole page blend well together. Thanks for showing us your projects!… hope you got a good nights rest.
Dawn.July 26, 2017 at 2:09 am #14178
Sheila, very nice page! I love the colors and the rings… I like to use them too since I’ve learned with this tutorial. The title came out pretty good. Great journaling! 😀July 26, 2017 at 4:35 am #14182
Thank you Christina and Dawn. I have learned a lot and really enjoyed the journey.
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