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Thread: December Progressive Challenge

  1. #21
    Here is my step 2.



    Used cookie cutter shapes for cutting the curved pieces. Some of the shapes were added to the PSE program - so not sure where they came from.
    Enlarged them a bit then made a paper in a darker color of the background paper and did a clipping mask for each shape. Set the opacity down to 50% and slide them under the shapes to make the shadows.

    I kept the shape on the left side with a straight side as I love the white swirls on the paper edge.
    Last edited by Bright Eyes; 12-09-2012 at 10:08 AM.

  2. #22
    I have never done one of these before so not sure if I did this step right lol

    Here is mine:

    Step 2


  3. I am not sure if I did this correctly! Still yet...I am having fun!! :)

    Mine is here:


  4. #24
    My second stage is here.

    My background paper was quite dark so my dark paper ended up somewhat lighter than it in most places. Did a 'rough' cut look by selecting the area freehand, going for a hacked it with scissors look I think!

    Time strapped mum of two.

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  5. #25
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    Smile December Progressive Step 1

    Sorry to be late; I've been having Internet connection problems. My computer guru, my son-in-law will be here for Christmas week and I hope he will be able to fix a lot of stuff for me.

    Anyway here's the link for step 1:
    http://www.godigitalscrapbooking.com...sive-s&cat=708

    And if I followed Kay's (Bright Eyes) directions correctly, Here's the image:


    I can hardly believe it worked; thank you Kay!!!
    Last edited by diharper; 12-09-2012 at 02:41 PM.

  6. #26
    Hoping I did this right:

    ~Suzette~

  7. #27
    Quote Originally Posted by diharper View Post
    .....

    And if I followed Kay's (Bright Eyes) directions correctly, Here's the image:


    I can hardly believe it worked; thank you Kay!!!
    So Happy it worked for you Di.

  8. #28
    These are looking great!! It's wonderful to see so many different ideas! :)

  9. #29
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    Oh Lone....thought you had me there on this one, but was able to work around my paper to make the curves fit!

    Step 2:



  10. #30
    yeah I did wonder how you were going to work that out! LOL :) ..

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