Saturday, February 26, 2011

Perfectly Pink Practice Makes Perfect

As with any learning, it is practice that reinforces the learning and enables "fluency" (quelque chose que, malheuresement, je n'ai pas faire avec mon francais.
Mais, c'est un peu plus facile avec Photoshop, parce que tous que on a besoin sont les photos! Beaucoup des photos!
Alors, aujourd'hui j'ai fait pas un, pas deux, mais cinq pages des scrapbook, trois en rose.

OK, back to english for the more technical details. Practicing my freestyle, graphic and grungy lessons in several layouts, and for some reason I am a bit stuck on pink at the moment.

This first was done as a speed scrap at Scrap Matters, using some of my P365 photos of my primroses covered in raindrops.

SS 309 Primroses
Papers and elements from Scrap Matters Design Stars 42 and 71, Alphas - Christina Renee Plain Ole Epoxy, Digitreats Silly Alpha, Mask - Hipster Plum by Anna Aspnes,
Leaves - Nanly Freebie, Flowers - Thalaris A Colorful Life

This next one was also done at a speed scrap at Scrap Matters (I LOVE speed scraps!).  This time, creating a text path and alternating the font colors was a piece of cake!
SS 310 Pink
Most papers and elements are from Karen Funk Paradise Punch, the alpha from Karen Funk Remember When (recolored), Anna Aspnes Hipster Plumes, Green Eyed Lady FunFoto Masks, ribbons from cajoline (freeby) and Shabby Princess (freebie).

And finally, to really play with freestyle, I went all out kitschy and pink for a Tuesday Template challenge at Jessica Sprague.  Note the cross-processed photo, the polar stripe, the text path!
TT2 Hair Queen
Tuesday Template #1 from Jessica Sprague, Wilma Squared Shabby Chic papers, elements and alpha, Jen Allyson Paris Papers, Cajoline Love Paris elements, Kitschy Digitals Grandma's Attic flowers.

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