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  • #10673
    Judy at Dogs
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    A little something for Labor Day.  I made this using Cassel’s script “Word Frame Round”.  This is a super script with lots of possibilities for variations.  The best thing I liked about it was that it automatically knows whether you’re working on a square canvas or a rectangular one.  And if it is “rectangular, it also knows whether it is “vertical” or “horizontal”.  I’ve had a lot of fun with this script just playing with all the different things it will do.  Here is my Labor Day tag.

    P.S.  I didn’t bother to put this on the Pinterest Board, as it seems to be more trouble than it’s worth.  Sorry.

     

    #10675
    Dianne
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    That’s really cute.  Those look like pretty happy workers.

    I haven’t tried posting anything on Pinterest lately…sounds as if it may still be acting up.  I hope they are working on resolving the issues.

    #10683
    Judy at Dogs
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    Hi Dianne …………….. Thanks for your nice comment.  I didn’t even try to put it on Pinterest.  They irritate me that they can’t — or won’t — fix the problem, whatever it is.  I have no use for sloppy webmasters that don’t take care of their sloppy websites … !!!  I am of the understanding that they do “fix” it periodically, but apparently just half-a$$ because in a day or two, it is messed up again.  Grrrrr!

     

     

     

     

    #10689
    Sue Thomas
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    I know the presentation was all about perspective, but Cassel did use the mask tool. These are two which I did quite some time ago, merging two photos together using the mask tool. In the fledged Robins photo, unless you look closely you can’t see where the two photos were merged together.

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    #10694
    Dianne
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    Ah, Sue, so nice done.  Like the idea of the transition in one photo. You’re right about the fledglings…I would have thought that was one photo if you hadn’t written anything about the blending.  Lovely.

    #10708
    Cassel
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    Very well done on both of those photos, Sue! Good application of a technique!

    #10736
    Judy at Dogs
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    Oh dear, this is probably the best example of LACK of ingenuity on my part in any PSP tag I’ve ever made.  I don’t “garden” at all so, while I think Cassel’s little fruits are great, I just couldn’t wrap my head around any clever ideas for what to do with them.

     

    #10738
    Sue Thomas
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    Judy, your gardening post is absolutely delightful! I downloaded the free flash cards, and after a little thought, I used the photo of the Mountain Blue bird I took a few days ago to use as an example of a word which I have used quite often. Along with it’s meaning. Very apt I thought for the Mountain Bluebird. Cerulean.

    #10741
    Sue Thomas
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    I used a selection of flowers from my garden, using many techniques, like out of bounds, which I’m addicted to. Used Cassel lifted script, and freebies. To adorn my flowers.

    #10742
    Sue Thomas
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    Thank you Dianne and Cassel for your kind comments on my merged photos.

    #10743
    Judy at Dogs
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    Hi Sue …………. Thanks for your compliment.  Your creations are lovely too.  The blue bird is very pretty.  Cerulean has always been one of my very favorite colors.  Love what you did with all the nice flowers.  Great work by you!

     

    #10836
    Judy at Dogs
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    Using Cassel’s wonderful freebie “Flash Cards” as a base model, I tweaked them a bit and made these “plant/garden” themed cards.  Big THANKS to Cassel for her nice gift of the flash card set.  (Sorry about the messy spacing of the images.  I didn’t do it.  The system did it and I don’t know how to fix it.  Never before have I posted more than one image at a time and, obviously, I don’t know the proper procedure.  Again, sorry!)

     

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    #10838
    Sue Thomas
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    Fantastic Judy! I particularly like the out of bounds flower one. I’m currently working on making a of set bird flash cards, like the one I posted. Categorizing bird of prey, finches, and warblers.

    #10839
    Judy at Dogs
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    Many thanks to you, Sue!

     

    #10852
    Dianne
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    I combined Cassel’s script for making a triangles background with the flashcard.  What I love about Cassel’s scripts is that they are so flexible…I can happily combine patterns and gradients as well as using plain colors.  Makes it so versatile.

    Here’s an odd thing.  I cannot seem to load a graphic directly to Pinterest but if I upload it elsewhere, including this thread, then I can pin it to the boards.  Rather a crazy thing, isn’t it?  Seems to defeat the point of Pinterest if anyone else is having the same problem.

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    #10908
    Cristina
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    So many creative and nice images above! As I am totally new to scrapping, is very inspiring to see somebody’s else work.

    Cassel, this image below I did based on your post from September 5th about Alphas. I used the free Flubber Font and a pattern from PSP.

    I learn a lot with all your posts and tutorials. Thanks!

     

    #10910
    Dianne
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    Cristina…that’s a delightful use of Cassel’s tutorials. Good job!

    #10911
    Cristina
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    Hi Dianne 🙂 Thank you so much for your nice words!

    #10938
    Judy at Dogs
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    Oh Cassel, what lovely “Laser Cut Doilies” you gifted us with in a recent newsletter.  Thank you so much for your generosity!

    I love them all, but chose #04 to work with.

     

     

    #10943
    Cassel
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    Can i ask you a “favor”?

    On Friday, Sept 30th, Alex will be showcasing some submission to their #FanFriday event, and since it will be DSD this Saturday, would you mind posting some scrapbook project on their FB page?

    Go to https://www.facebook.com/corelpaintshop/ and upload one scrapbook project. Then in the text, just tag #FanFriday, so he would be able to see them. Let’s show others that PSP can also be used effectively for scrapbooking (and not JUST for photo editing).

    Can you do that??

    I submitted one. Now it is your turn!

    #10969
    Sue Thomas
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    I submitted a scrapbook page as requested, chuffed to bits that it was selected for the gallery.

    #10970
    Cassel
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    And Sue, your layout was picked up by Corel!

    Check this thread: http://scrapbookcampus.com/Community/topic/congratulations-sue/

    #10974
    Dianne
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    Congratulations, Sue!  Well deserved recognition.

    #11015
    Sheila Hogg
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    Still playing with the lace script I bought from Cassel on saturday’s sale bargains and made this by using mainly preset shapes with a few brush dot shapes. Hope you like it.

    Sheila x

    #11017
    Dianne
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    Sheila, that is so dainty….love it!  Appreciate you sharing it.  Dianne

    #11018
    Sheila Hogg
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    Thank you Diane, its quite an addictive script and I haven’t played with any of the others I bought at the same time yet. Lots to keep me happy, just need to do a project with it now.

    Sheila x

    #11019
    Cristina
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    This is really beautiful, Sheila! Love it too!

    #11020
    Sheila Hogg
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    Thank you for the nice comment too, Christina. x

    #11068
    Sheila Hogg
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    I bought the square doily script to go with the round one, well it would have been rude not to, my excuse and I’m sticking to it should my husband ask why. Anyway, I have been playing and got this idea and thought i would give it a try and I am pleased to say I liked the result. My daughter loves to craft , as do I when not doing things with PSP and she made me a lovely tree of life from wire and beads which hangs in a window to catch the light. i thought i would do a version with Cassels brilliant script and this is how it turned out. Hope you like it and TFL.

    Sheila xx

    #11071
    Sheila Hogg
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    Didn’t load for some reason so here is another go.

     

    Sheila xx

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