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  1. #41
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    I'm a little slow 2nite. I am still learning PSE 3 and had to get my cheat sheets out to see how to layer the template, but I got it!


  2. #42
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    the template made that so easy! thanks holly



  3. #43
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    Quote Originally Posted by tweederbug View Post
    OMG..I missed this today and I have to miss it now because I have family in from out of town. Can't stay because my family will make fun of me since I am on here. They think that I am an addict to scrapbooking!
    Let 'em laugh!! I have my hubby's oldest daughter and her two kiddo's in from texas. But she encourages my scrapbooking because she eventually reeps the benefits of the scrapped pages.

    I had to miss the early one, we were exploring the garden of the gods. We got a late start on our touristy things today because my 6 year old got stung by two wasps and one sting was making his eye swell shut, so we had to take him in this morning.

    I've chosen a photo, am still narrowing down the papers (have it down to 5 right now), and am waiting to decide on the border until I get more info.

  4. #44
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    You're being very mysterious with this one Holly, it's definitely adding a whole new aspect of hair pulling.
    Suzette



  5. #45
    Step 5:

    1. 1 photo - maybe just eyes or a child playing peek-a-boo. Don't worry if you don't have a photo like this because the overall layout will be a PEEK-A-BOO type when all is said and done
    2. 3 papers (2 solid and 1 patterned)
    3. Page border of your choice. Here is a layered one that I made for you to snag and use if you wish... (provided border template to download on page 2, post #16 if you would like to use)
    4. If you are using the border template I provided, counting the background layer and the two layers I gave you, layer the papers on those 3. Otherwise, arrange the 3 papers as you wish.
    5. Frame picture and tuck under border so it's "peeking" out.
    Last edited by HollyS; 07-29-2008 at 05:48 PM.
    I try to take one day at a time, but sometimes several days attack me at once.


  6. #46
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    Quote Originally Posted by britnkaysmemaw2 View Post
    I'm a little slow 2nite. I am still learning PSE 3 and had to get my cheat sheets out to see how to layer the template, but I got it!
    Hi Cathy!
    I am slow all the time. I like this 'cause I can actually get a layout done in an hour. It usually takes me hours to pick through things and change them over and over.



  7. #47
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    Yes, she is!!!!


  8. #48
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    Quote Originally Posted by elenasworld View Post
    Hi Cathy!
    I am slow all the time. I like this 'cause I can actually get a layout done in an hour. It usually takes me hours to pick through things and change them over and over.
    I can relate to that. I normally second guess myself and change it several times b4 feeling like it is finished!


  9. I have a really bad headache right now, so hopefully this doesn't get too stressful.

  10. #50
    Oh, I'm so late, but I'm going to try to catch up. I've been trying not to overthink things recently, so this should be a good challenge!

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