What did you do (in November)?

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This topic contains 65 replies, has 8 voices, and was last updated by  Cristina 1 year, 10 months ago.

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    Michele aka micfin
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    Sue Thomas, you have created a framing monster!

    Cassel, your lessons in Word Art 2 came in handy, too.

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    DeLoris Musick
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    I made trees with Carole’s newest script Paper Trees and put them as a freebie on my blog.  You can download them here:

    Dels Scrapbooking Emporium

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    Sue Thomas
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    Micfin, you really have got the border bug.  Very nice work indeed.  Perhaps Cassel will do an  advanced border master class, as I’m sure there are other techniques which can be used to create borders.

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    Sue Thomas
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    It’s the 1st December already.  Which means we are one month closer to Spring. After I had completed the project, I noticed that  the dates weren’t quite right, as traditionally  the week starts on a Sunday and not a Saturday, so  I  hid  the month, and copied and paste the month of June into December. Selected the date 31 from December, promoted it to a new layer, and copy and paste it to it’s new place.  These calendar templates are marvelous!

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    Michele aka micfin
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    DeLoris, I already downloaded them yesterday. The trees came out really cute.

    Sue, an advanced border master class would be great, but Diamond membership isn’t within my budget. 🙁 I’ll have to absorb as much as I can for the month it’s available. Very pretty calendar page, btw.

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    Cristina
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    Sue, Dawn and micfin, really beautiful layouts. Great work, love them all!

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