suzanner

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  1. How precious! He almost looks afraid of the camera. I too like your pops of green. Nice page.
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    I had a lot of fun with the first layout so I did another one. This time I pulled from a bunch of other kits from several stores - Captivated Visions, Sugarplum Paperie, Mixed Media Monthly May 2017 (The Lilypad), Created by Jill, brushes from Kristen Cronin Barrow, NBK Designs, and Just Jaimee. For the fish I went to the Internet Archive Book Images collection on Flickr.
  3. We just upgraded our iPads, and now I have a 10.5 in. Pro. I just made a discovery that may work with phones although I have not yet tried it. This is an Adobe "trick" so it probably will work with Android. I was doodling a possible title for a page in the Adobe Sketch app (which is logged into my Adobe Cloud account.) There was an option I found to send the sketch to Photoshop. When I sat back down at my computer (Photoshop was still open) my sketch was open in Photoshop. WAY COOL! Sketch lets you bring in photos and you can add sketch layers on top of them. I want to try hand-drawn frames on my photos and doodled comments. Can't wait to play!
  4. Love this!
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    June Challenge Page - I finally had time to watch Just Jaimee's Tablet Master class and thought this challenge would be a perfect opportunity to play with her brushes. The paper is from the class's kit - I just added a color adjustment layer to match the lightest color in the swatch. I also played with some filters from Topaz Labs Simplicity for the effect on the photo of Max. I haven't taken many photos of him lately, and he was willing to stand relatively still for me while I snapped a few. :-)
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    LOVE this month! I have been wanting to scrap and share some of my Uncle Larry's stories, and this style and kit seemed to be a perfect fit.
  7. I loved it when Ali Edwards said that journaling is words on pages. I have been SO busy lately so I decided a page conveying the craziness would be perfect for this challenge. Seems like a theme with me lately. How many more years until I can retire?
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    I used a lot of brushes, mostly from Scrapaneers classes, but a few others here and there. The calendars are from Rosey Posey Studios, and the blended background paper and camera sketch are from MyDesignDeals & DesignCuts.
  9. I have an iPhone. I took the first Art of the Apps class, and was completely surprised at how much I can do with my phone. It inspired me to scrapbook the story of my library. I'm a high school library media specialist, and this year I have scrapped a page with my phone over what happened in the library for nearly every week. I post these to social media for students and parents. I don't have much of a following for them, but I love knowing that I'll have a great record of the year beyond the usual statistics. It also gives me a great excuse to scrapbook at work. ;-) LetterGlow is AMAZING, and I have started dabbling a little in design because let's face it, NO ONE designs white, black, gray, and red elks. https://www.facebook.com/ElkLibrary/
  10. Here's what I chose . . . And here's mine . . .
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    Kit used is Libby Pritchett's One Time At Band Camp.
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    Kit used is Created By Jill's Perfectly Imperfect. I was going to make the photos black & white like in the videos, but I think the title would have been too strong. It still might be, but I felt the colors in the photos helped break it up and scatter the focus. Hmmm. I enjoyed this month - it was challenging. I especially liked the strategies for "breaking the rules." As two-time Scrap Focus student, I got the rules down (for the most part) so it was fun learning why pages still work without following the rules.
  13. Here's mine . . .