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  1. Scandi Fest

    I loved the font for this month's Champions class! And I learned a few things about font settings in Photoshop. CREDITS: Traci Sims All Tied Up (gingham ribbon); Kay Miller Cool as a Cucumber (daisy paper); Baers Garten Designs Winter White (background) Baers Garten Designs Toy Box Christmas (clouds); Font: Vim, Courier, FG Script Elegant; photo from Junction City Scandinavian Festival (flags); Studio Manu Secret Garden Add-on (lace frame); Anna Benjamin QC (tulips)
  2. To me, this is a perfect Day Dreamer style page! Kudos!
  3. Wow! This really stands out with those gorgeous hexagons! Everything is very geometric! My kind of page! I really love that little pennant you used in the cluster, too...so cute!
  4. Fun use of shapes! Even with the background "bricks!"
  5. How cute! Clever use of the tree background!
  6. Super fun use of the triangles!
  7. You rocked it! Beautiful clustering and I love the die cut heart and film strip frame! Kudos!
  8. So pretty! Definitely says hot summer night with those gorgeous colors! Frames your photo beautifully!
  9. I am super impressed with your turtle! It is beautiful! And I love your corner cluster! Kudos on a fabulous page!
  10. Adorable baby page with cute journaling!
  11. Tuba Christmas

    This was fun! I love blending and using fonts as design elements. Learned a lot about gradient overlays and maps. CREDITS: Traci Reed I'm with the Band (tuba, word art); Scrapaneers Champions Retro Poster Art tutorial; Sue Cummings School ABC's Word Art (Christmas word art); Studio Girls Impressions of Festivities (Flergs' glitter alpha); Wendyzine's Shadows & Borders; Fonts: Courier, Blackout 2AM; Kathy Moore Alpha Stamps (2016)
  12. Proving that minimal does not necessarily mean simplistic! This is complex and appealing and delightful! Way to go!
  13. Can't even imagine! The dark areas with the pops of yellow show there was hope and delight, too, in the midst of the shock.
  14. What a great photo treatment...the blending is perfect. I especially love the map paper and the placement of the word strips.
  15. Love the pathway you created with the arrows and paint strokes out of the darkness, and the ransom note style alpha for the title and the way it is subtley framed.