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Thread: Nov 28 Speed Scrap starts right HERE.....

  1. 1. Pick one paper OR use two papers, but blend them together
    2. Use 2-4 photos (if using less than 4, duplicate one or two, so that you have 4 pictures on your page), three very close up, and one moderately close up. Arrange the photos horizontally across your page, tilted at different angles and slightly overlapping.
    3. Pick ONE frame, and use it on your "moderate close up" photo. Position this photo so that it's "on top" in your "slightly overlapped" arrangement.

  2. #22
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    I'm here, but not real with it, lol.


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    I'm cashing in my "artistic interpretation" ticket with the whole moderately close up thing :)




  4. Hi Cathy! Love your new avi!

  5. Quote Originally Posted by mosser77 View Post
    I'm cashing in my "artistic interpretation" ticket with the whole moderately close up thing :)
    LOL feel free! That's what it's for!

  6. #26
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    Woo Hoo Im caught up so far.


    Dancing puts a smile in your feet.

  7. Quote Originally Posted by techie girl View Post
    Woo Hoo Im caught up so far.
    Now THAT is speedy!

  8. #28
    I have my 4 photos, but still thinking what paper to use - it depends on the next steps.....LOL
    Ah and a frame!!! Moderately close???? HUH??

    Carola



  9. 1. Pick one paper OR use two papers, but blend them together
    2. Use 2-4 photos (if using less than 4, duplicate one or two, so that you have 4 pictures on your page), three very close up, and one moderately close up. Arrange the photos horizontally across your page, tilted at different angles and slightly overlapping.
    3. Pick ONE frame, and use it on your "moderate close up" photo. Position this photo so that it's "on top" in your "slightly overlapped" arrangement.
    4. Use 1-3 seasonal elements and layer underneath your photos (for example, if your photo is a fall photo, use leaves or pumpkins, etc)

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    Quote Originally Posted by j_camargo6 View Post
    Hi Cathy! Love your new avi!
    Hi Jenn- Thanks.


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