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Thread: July PROGRESSIVE Scrap Challenge

  1. #101
    In Prompt 3, do you mean that we can duplicate 2 elements 4 times each or is it 4 time in total?

  2. #102
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    I read it as 2 elements can be duplicated up to 4 times each, but we will wait for Darlene to clarify!

    Swimmermom.....your layout shows 600x600 which should be sized right for uploading.....we will see if Darlene can get you fixed!


  3. #103
    Quote Originally Posted by bestpebble View Post
    In Prompt 3, do you mean that we can duplicate 2 elements 4 times each or is it 4 time in total?
    You can duplicate 2 elements 4 times (so that would be a total of 8). I hope that clarifies it for you!


  4. #104
    Awesome! It does, thank you!

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  6. #106
    Quote Originally Posted by swimmermom View Post
    oops... sorry thought I did! let's try again..

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/1974929...in/photostream
    Okay - I downloaded your image from your flickr page. I opened it in Photoshop and it was 600 x 600 pixels, but your dpi was 100. It should be 72. Now I'm not sure if that should make a difference or not, but I was able to upload your image. You can see it here http://www.godigitalscrapbooking.com...0b2883&cat=708

    It's under my name right now, and I didn't add any information. But if you want to go to the page, right click on it (if you're on a PC, which I assume you are) and save the image to your computer. Then try and re-upload to your gallery. Let me know how that works and I will delete it under my name.

    Crossing fingers this works!


  7. #107
    That's great Cathy - it shows you can still put elements under previously laid elements by erasing parts of it.

    Can't wait to see what others do, it does get a bit trickier!


  8. #108
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darlene Currie View Post
    That's great Cathy - it shows you can still put elements under previously laid elements by erasing parts of it.

    Can't wait to see what others do, it does get a bit trickier!
    Oh boy....sounds like you have a card trick up your sleeve! LOL


  9. #109
    Here is mine for Prompt 3



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