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Fri CSC 24feb12 - filters

I am laughing cos FloridaGranny credits me in one of her layouts today as inspiring her and I am about to do the same back! I loved Diane's layout of her DGD using the stamp filter - she was kind enough to explain how she did it and I tried it with a few variations here... this will be a great tool for old building photos - it makes them look like those arty postcards drawn by clever artists :-) So thank you Diane, once again I have learnt something from you!

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ABR_JustBU_Emb-button_black

CVW_SupplyTracker

fdd_ffTTITC_tp1

gmiller-ribbonremnants-16

sahlinstudio_astoryfriend_scallop

sahlinstudio_worn_kit


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HeeHee - I am SOOOooo glad you are back and scrapping, Jode! Missed your gorgeous layouts while you were gone and now we get to tour Sydney, too! :)

Love your large blended photo and what you did with the smaller ones - how cool! I really like how you framed them side-by-side and used the buttons to anchor and hold your title. Really beautiful and that bridge is awesome, too. Wonderful page. :)

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Wow that bridge is incredable. I love what you have done with the photos and the background. Lovely layout.

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That is one amazing bridge! I bet I'd be white-knuckled driving across it, LOL. I like the different variations and the decorative way you framed them. I really like how you did the title. Great layout!

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What a wonderful layout! I don't know how I missed it. It's a fantastic photo with great variations. Thanks for taking part in the challenge!

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I just saw this layout -- a few days late, :lol: . That's an amazing bridge and I love the way you've featured it then show us the variations using filters. The film strip is a great idea, and your ribbon is wonderful, as always. I'm thrilled that I was able to inspire you and have to laugh right along with you because you inspired my layout. The problem (I find) with learning new stuff, is I want to spend even MORE time scrapping -- so BEWARE. And thank you!

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