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Tic Tac Toe – or what in the world do you mean a third

I’m still playing with this whole camera challenge thingie.  Tink convinced me to try the Gotta Pixel Project 52 Challenge.  This time was the ‘Rule of Third’.   She told me it is to make it more visually appealing.  I must say… she was right.  Here is my entry to the challenge. This is a picture … Continue reading »

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Do it over?

As you progress in scrapbooking, be it digitally or with paper, you may find a time when you realize that some of your earlier projects just do not meet up with your expectations. Here I was trying to use a definition word art to complete a challenge. I was given the word art and 2 … Continue reading »

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365 Challenge

Have you seen it yet?  The 365 Challenge?  Every where I go, I see it.  I like the idea.  Take pictures all week long and then make a page of the week with one picture from each day and some journal text.  What a great way to remember the year.  Well it is day six … Continue reading »

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I tried another Challenge to help my July Vacation Project!

What I decided was that since I have all these projects going on in my head… I’m going to divide up my directory with the project names (and it may get the word ‘projects’ put in front of it before long): c:\home\paintshoppro\JulyVacation2010c:\home\paintshoppro\Karatec:\home\paintshoppro\WashDCVacation Now the DC vacation was part of the July Vacation, but I’m going … Continue reading »

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From Alpha to Zeta

You’ve seen those cute alphas out there and now you’ve been introduced to the joys of fonts. But did you know that you can use fonts to make your own alphas or titles? You sure can and it is pretty easy. I would suggest you use wide fonts such as: Yard Sale by Harold’s Fonts, … Continue reading »

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The big reveal

The ad-spiration challenge is just that… a real challenge. Each month the hostess provides the participants with an ad and using that as inspiration you are to build a page. You don’t have to go with the placement of photos, type or elements; but it could be the color that inspires you or something within … Continue reading »

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Taking a moment

So how has it all been going? Getting any scrapping done? I’m still waiting to see what you have been doing… The challenge I took part in here was the Show Me the Mini hosted by Trixie Scraps at Gotta Pixel. This time we were given a mini-kit to use and we had to use … Continue reading »

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Eerie-sistable fonts

One of my favorite challenges is a Font Challenge. Here I get to pick up unique fonts and use them in layouts in ways I would not have thought of before. And most forums have one of some type. Another challenge you will face when you start downloading fonts is what to do with them. … Continue reading »

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A Pirate’s Life for Her?

Jennifer of Wordart World has the most gorgeous pieces of wordart I have ever seen. And now she has a challenge at Gotta Pixel. Combine that with Bella Gypsy’s “Talk Like a Pirate” kit and Katharyn Brine’s template and I came out with a layout I truly love. The wordart Jennifer provided this month was … Continue reading »

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What a cluster

The Cluster Your Heart Out challenge at Gotta Pixel and hosted by Mye De Leon was an interesting one and one which had me thinking outside my box. I have never been very good coming up with creative ways to cluster elements and papers, but with her help, I did okay, I think :). I … Continue reading »

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