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  • #9588

    Cassel
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    You can show off what you have done using any tutorial or freebie or tip you gathered from the Campus. Show off what you did, inspire others.

    #9644

    Nokuthula Mpofu
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    I used techniques I learnt from the Made With Ribbons class to create this folded ribbon. I have always wanted to learn how to do this. Thank you so much Cassel.

    #9645

    Cassel
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    You did a really good job with it too! Thanks for sharing!

    #9647

    Dianne
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    Very pretty. Well done.¬† ūüôā

    #9735

    Scott
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    3D picture with a bit of music-

    #9736

    Cassel
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    Pretty!!! nice combo of techniques!

    #9748

    Sheila Hogg
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    Here’s what I did with the musical tubes. The images are from Pixelbay free to use category.

     

    Sheila xx

    #9749

    Cassel
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    I see such creative uses for this set of tubes. It is fantastic!

     

    #9763

    Dianne
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    Scott and Sheila….how creative you both are.¬† I love what you did. The touch of musical notes really suited your respective themes.¬† Well done!!

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 2 months ago by  Dianne.
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    Sheila Hogg
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    Thank you Cassel and Diane.

     

    Sheila x

    #9952

    Dianne
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    I posted several test runs with the Brick Wall script that is available in the Creation Cassel store (my graphics are posted on the PSP Scrapbook Showcase at Pinterest if you are interested).¬† As I was playing around, I realized one could run the script on selections.¬† Attached is one I did with a word.¬† One caveat:¬† the script does fill in the background with whatever you choose as a “grout” color, but that can easily be removed (if you want) or kept, depending on what you want to achieve. I used a gradient as my “grout” which is why I have the variations in background color.

    #10004

    Dianne
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    I was playing with the ribbon in the Campus Lab for August, and thought about using a pattern instead of inserting my own colors, so I made a selection from a pattern that is already in PSP X8 (which is probably in the pattern selection of previous versions) and then made the ribbon from that selection.  The top is the ribbon and the bottom is the pattern.

    #10005

    Cassel
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    That is a nice way to get a perfectly matching ribbon since you are using the same colors! Great idea Dianne! (as usual)

    #10007

    Dianne
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    I added some shadows….I think that makes it look a little more realistic.¬† BTW, you can get something a little funky if you use some of the gradients (I do love my gradients).

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 1 month ago by  Dianne.
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    Scott
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    Dianne,

    Very nice!

     

    #10010

    Dianne
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    Thank you, Scott and Cassel.

    #10279

    Sue Thomas
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    Downloaded the  freebie Template, it  worked a treat to show off my Hummingbird photos, and  some of the flowers that they feed on.  Larkspur and Delphiniums.  Thank you .

     

    #10285

    Scott
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    Pretty layout of amazing birds!

    #10401

    Sue Thomas
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    Watched your presentation last weekend, used 2 of the templates, and  2 scripts, lifted photo, and  ghost date to create two very different pages. Thank you.

     

    #10402

    Dianne
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    Sue, I love what you are doing.  I think the hummingbirds are my favorite, but the other two are very charming in their own right.  Such lovely results!

    #10405

    Sue Thomas
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    Thank you Dianne for you lovely comments. They are very much appreciated. I’m ¬†an amateur nature photographer. ¬†I’m not new to PSP, but I am new to the world of Scrap booking, found Cassell purely ¬†by chance. So have been incorporating scrap booking into my cards, and other projects.

    #10419

    Dianne
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    I could easily spend time looking at a book of your nature related scrap pages.  My mother was a lover of nature and gardener, and your pages remind me of her.  Thank you for posting.

    #10444

    Sue Thomas
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    Using all my own photos,   Cassel scripts, a Cassel freebe, and several tools in PSP  this is what I came up with. To adorn winged predators  large and small.

    #10447

    Dianne
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    The hawk is great.¬† My brother has a hawk that visits him regularly.¬† He calls the hawk “Max” (I don’t know why) and the hawk especially likes to take his morning dip in the bird bath.¬† This spring, Max showed off his bride and his son (?) by flying them over my brother’s house.¬† When I was looking at retirement communities, one my brother liked had its own hawk watching over the property.¬† So I said to my brother, “How do you know that’s not Max?”¬† Because, well, hawks fly…made sense to me.¬† Dave looked at the hawk and shook his head.¬† “No, not Max.”¬† I guess I have to take his word for it.

    Needless to say, my brother would love your hawk themed page.

    #10449

    Judy at Dogs
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    A layout template I used to show off some puppy dog images. ¬†I was unable to acquire the templates that were shared during Cassel’s webinar classes on 08.07.16 and 08.14.16, so I used one I already had. ¬†I¬†hope to be able to get the layout template bundle from Christy at a later time and, if I succeed, I shall make another tag using one of them since those were the ones used by Cassel during her class demonstrations.

    #10451

    Judy at Dogs
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    This is a tag I made using the wonderful tutorial written and shared by Cassel wherein she explained how to change the color of the alpha characters on the freebie “Baby Beads” alpha that she gave to all of us a couple of weeks ago. ¬†The tutorial was well-written and easy to follow. ¬†The original colors of the letters in my name were red, blue, and green, but following her instructions in the tutorial, I was able to change all of them to purple and turquoise. ¬†Thanks to Cassel for the great information on how to do this simple little trick.

    #10454

    Dianne
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    So glad you posted here…these are the two that Pinterst has been playing hide-and-go-seek with, aren’t they?¬† Very nicely done.¬† I have a special place in my heart for dog related scrapbooks.

    #10456

    Judy at Dogs
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    Hi Dianne ……………. Thanks for your nice note. ¬†Yes, apparently Pinterest is acting up (so what else is new?) because Cassel and some others cannot see the postings. ¬†Personally, I can see my own as well as all others, but that’s no guarantee that tomorrow (or the next day) will be as agreeable. ¬†Considering the MEGA popularity of PINTEREST, you would think they would have a more reliable website, and better service when there is a problem. ¬†Oh well, I don’t suppose they really care what I think. ¬†LOL. ¬†Thanks again for your comment.

     

     

    #10460

    Sue Thomas
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    Hi Judy, I ¬†love your choice of colours in both ¬†pages you posted. ¬†Very bold, makes a statement. Very nice indeed. Watched ¬†the presentation over a cup of tea this evening, and thought I’d implement some of the ¬†techniques used to make this page. Using all my own photos again. ¬† (I think I’m getting the hang of this scrapbooking lark! hahaha.) ¬†Used one of the 12 templates Cassel gave the link too. ¬†Used the folded edge script from Cassel, and a free kit I found online.

    • This reply was modified 3 years ago by  Sue Thomas.
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    Judy at Dogs
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    Hi Sue ………………… What a lovely note from you, and thank you so much for your nice comments about my work. ¬†Your work is lovely too! ¬†I love flowers and these are all very pretty. ¬†Your layout is different, which I like very much, something that is unique. ¬†I hope you enjoy working with scrapbooking as much as I do. ¬†There are endless possibilities to explore.

     

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