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Harmonystar
01-19-2011, 04:28 PM
http://i302.photobucket.com/albums/nn85/harmonystar1899/blog%20stuff/sstagpngHS.jpg

See ya then!
1/20
8:30 AM Pac
9:30 AM Mnt
10:30 AM Cen
11:30 AM Est

1. choose 3 pictures They need to be small I would make them only 2.5 to 3 inches long for a 12 by 12 LO. All the pictures need to be the same width and pretty close to the same height. (if you wanna make life easy do squares.)

2. take a paper and make it the same size as one of your pictures. (You can do this by bringing in your photo and paper into the same canvas, then select your picture ((CTRL click on it in the layer pallat)) be on your paper layer then copy and paste) Line your pictures up vertically down your page or horizontally across so you have a column or row that goes paper square-picture-paper-picture-paper picture You can use the same paper for all three or different ones. You can have the paper and pictures touch or leave a touch of space between, you can have them running off the edge of your layout, but they MUST be lined up in a straight column. you can place this column anywhere on your page. Wow that was a big instruction. Ask me if I've totally confused you. :)

3. Choose a background paper that's a bit rugged but does not draw attention to it self. (LOL take that to mean whatever you want!)

4. Build a huge cluster all along one edge of your layout. yup one WHOLE side of the layout needs to have a cluster. This could take awhile so it's going to be the next instructions too.


5. Keep working on that cluster. cluster ideas, lay a foundation of leaves or netting place a few big flowers or splatters on top of that, place some windy ribbon or string or ricrac, then top it off with some smaller flowers or buttons. This is not a rule, I'm just giving you some ideas for those who may be struggling with their cluster.

6. Pic one of your paper "squares" and place a splat or bead spill or something similiar somewhere on it (could be just an edge or corner) then copy & place ONE element from your cluster on top of that.


7. In a corner that does not contain part of your cluster, place a ribbon or ric rac, or string, and place a date tag or title on it.

-You may now add any more embellishments, title, journaling, you'd like as long as you have followed the above instructions

Finish up your page and post it in the gallery under Speed Scraps and link it here in this thread.

-Last thing you need to do, at some point leave a quick comment on all the other speed scrappers saying something you like about their speed scrap page! We all could use a little love.

All LO done by the time the extra hour is up will get the Participation Prize! Yay! (If you are a few minutes after I may take pitty and give it to you anyway since I'm often that way. :wink: )
Yay! Hope you had fun! I sure did!

Harmonystar
01-20-2011, 02:15 PM
in just a little over an hour!

Juliemomof4
01-20-2011, 02:52 PM
Cute ALpha Rachel!!

Harmonystar
01-20-2011, 03:02 PM
30 min. I'm already in the chat room. Pop in and say hi when you get here. :)

Harmonystar
01-20-2011, 03:25 PM
5 Min! We're in the chat room! C'mon in!

Harmonystar
01-20-2011, 03:31 PM
1. choose 3 pictures They need to be small I would make them only 2.5 to 3 inches long for a 12 by 12 LO. All the pictures need to be the same width and pretty close to the same height. (if you wanna make life easy do squares.)

Harmonystar
01-20-2011, 03:41 PM
1. choose 3 pictures They need to be small I would make them only 2.5 to 3 inches long for a 12 by 12 LO. All the pictures need to be the same width and pretty close to the same height. (if you wanna make life easy do squares.)

2. take a paper and make it the same size as one of your pictures. (You can do this by bringing in your photo and paper into the same canvas, then select your picture ((CTRL click on it in the layer pallat)) be on your paper layer then copy and paste) Line your pictures up vertically down your page or horizontally across so you have a column or row that goes paper square-picture-paper-picture-paper picture You can use the same paper for all three or different ones. You can have the paper and pictures touch or leave a touch of space between, you can have them running off the edge of your layout, but they MUST be lined up in a straight column. you can place this column anywhere on your page. Wow that was a big instruction. Ask me if I've totally confused you. :)

Harmonystar
01-20-2011, 03:50 PM
1. choose 3 pictures They need to be small I would make them only 2.5 to 3 inches long for a 12 by 12 LO. All the pictures need to be the same width and pretty close to the same height. (if you wanna make life easy do squares.)

2. take a paper and make it the same size as one of your pictures. (You can do this by bringing in your photo and paper into the same canvas, then select your picture ((CTRL click on it in the layer pallat)) be on your paper layer then copy and paste) Line your pictures up vertically down your page or horizontally across so you have a column or row that goes paper square-picture-paper-picture-paper picture You can use the same paper for all three or different ones. You can have the paper and pictures touch or leave a touch of space between, you can have them running off the edge of your layout, but they MUST be lined up in a straight column. you can place this column anywhere on your page. Wow that was a big instruction. Ask me if I've totally confused you. :)

3. Choose a background paper that's a bit rugged but does not draw attention to it self. (LOL take that to mean whatever you want!)

Harmonystar
01-20-2011, 03:59 PM
1. choose 3 pictures They need to be small I would make them only 2.5 to 3 inches long for a 12 by 12 LO. All the pictures need to be the same width and pretty close to the same height. (if you wanna make life easy do squares.)

2. take a paper and make it the same size as one of your pictures. (You can do this by bringing in your photo and paper into the same canvas, then select your picture ((CTRL click on it in the layer pallat)) be on your paper layer then copy and paste) Line your pictures up vertically down your page or horizontally across so you have a column or row that goes paper square-picture-paper-picture-paper picture You can use the same paper for all three or different ones. You can have the paper and pictures touch or leave a touch of space between, you can have them running off the edge of your layout, but they MUST be lined up in a straight column. you can place this column anywhere on your page. Wow that was a big instruction. Ask me if I've totally confused you. :)

3. Choose a background paper that's a bit rugged but does not draw attention to it self. (LOL take that to mean whatever you want!)

4. Build a huge cluster all along one edge of your layout. yup one WHOLE side of the layout needs to have a cluster. This could take awhile so it's going to be the next instructions too.

Harmonystar
01-20-2011, 04:12 PM
1. choose 3 pictures They need to be small I would make them only 2.5 to 3 inches long for a 12 by 12 LO. All the pictures need to be the same width and pretty close to the same height. (if you wanna make life easy do squares.)

2. take a paper and make it the same size as one of your pictures. (You can do this by bringing in your photo and paper into the same canvas, then select your picture ((CTRL click on it in the layer pallat)) be on your paper layer then copy and paste) Line your pictures up vertically down your page or horizontally across so you have a column or row that goes paper square-picture-paper-picture-paper picture You can use the same paper for all three or different ones. You can have the paper and pictures touch or leave a touch of space between, you can have them running off the edge of your layout, but they MUST be lined up in a straight column. you can place this column anywhere on your page. Wow that was a big instruction. Ask me if I've totally confused you. :)

3. Choose a background paper that's a bit rugged but does not draw attention to it self. (LOL take that to mean whatever you want!)

4. Build a huge cluster all along one edge of your layout. yup one WHOLE side of the layout needs to have a cluster. This could take awhile so it's going to be the next instructions too.

5. Keep working on that cluster. cluster ideas, lay a foundation of leaves or netting place a few big flowers or splatters on top of that, place some windy ribbon or string or ricrac, then top it off with some smaller flowers or buttons. This is not a rule, I'm just giving you some ideas for those who may be struggling with their cluster.

Harmonystar
01-20-2011, 04:22 PM
1. choose 3 pictures They need to be small I would make them only 2.5 to 3 inches long for a 12 by 12 LO. All the pictures need to be the same width and pretty close to the same height. (if you wanna make life easy do squares.)

2. take a paper and make it the same size as one of your pictures. (You can do this by bringing in your photo and paper into the same canvas, then select your picture ((CTRL click on it in the layer pallat)) be on your paper layer then copy and paste) Line your pictures up vertically down your page or horizontally across so you have a column or row that goes paper square-picture-paper-picture-paper picture You can use the same paper for all three or different ones. You can have the paper and pictures touch or leave a touch of space between, you can have them running off the edge of your layout, but they MUST be lined up in a straight column. you can place this column anywhere on your page. Wow that was a big instruction. Ask me if I've totally confused you. :)

3. Choose a background paper that's a bit rugged but does not draw attention to it self. (LOL take that to mean whatever you want!)

4. Build a huge cluster all along one edge of your layout. yup one WHOLE side of the layout needs to have a cluster. This could take awhile so it's going to be the next instructions too.

5. Keep working on that cluster. cluster ideas, lay a foundation of leaves or netting place a few big flowers or splatters on top of that, place some windy ribbon or string or ricrac, then top it off with some smaller flowers or buttons. This is not a rule, I'm just giving you some ideas for those who may be struggling with their cluster.

6. Pic one of your paper "squares" and place a splat or bead spill or something similiar somewhere on it (could be just an edge or corner) then copy & place ONE element from your cluster on top of that.

Harmonystar
01-20-2011, 04:32 PM
1. choose 3 pictures They need to be small I would make them only 2.5 to 3 inches long for a 12 by 12 LO. All the pictures need to be the same width and pretty close to the same height. (if you wanna make life easy do squares.)

2. take a paper and make it the same size as one of your pictures. (You can do this by bringing in your photo and paper into the same canvas, then select your picture ((CTRL click on it in the layer pallat)) be on your paper layer then copy and paste) Line your pictures up vertically down your page or horizontally across so you have a column or row that goes paper square-picture-paper-picture-paper picture You can use the same paper for all three or different ones. You can have the paper and pictures touch or leave a touch of space between, you can have them running off the edge of your layout, but they MUST be lined up in a straight column. you can place this column anywhere on your page. Wow that was a big instruction. Ask me if I've totally confused you. :)

3. Choose a background paper that's a bit rugged but does not draw attention to it self. (LOL take that to mean whatever you want!)

4. Build a huge cluster all along one edge of your layout. yup one WHOLE side of the layout needs to have a cluster. This could take awhile so it's going to be the next instructions too.

5. Keep working on that cluster. cluster ideas, lay a foundation of leaves or netting place a few big flowers or splatters on top of that, place some windy ribbon or string or ricrac, then top it off with some smaller flowers or buttons. This is not a rule, I'm just giving you some ideas for those who may be struggling with their cluster.

6. Pic one of your paper "squares" and place a splat or bead spill or something similiar somewhere on it (could be just an edge or corner) then copy & place ONE element from your cluster on top of that.

7. In a corner that does not contain part of your cluster, place a ribbon or ric rac, or string, and place a date tag or title on it.

-You may now add any more embellishments, title, journaling, you'd like as long as you have followed the above instructions

Finish up your page and post it in the gallery under Speed Scraps and link it here in this thread.

-Last thing you need to do, at some point leave a quick comment on all the other speed scrappers saying something you like about their speed scrap page! We all could use a little love.

All LO done by the time the extra hour is up will get the Participation Prize! Yay! (If you are a few minutes after I may take pitty and give it to you anyway since I'm often that way. :wink: )
Yay! Hope you had fun! I sure did!

Harmonystar
01-20-2011, 04:34 PM
http://gallery.gingerscraps.net/data/500/5_days_oldsml.jpg (http://gallery.gingerscraps.net/showphoto.php?photo=11757&title=5-days&cat=all)

Sarah
01-20-2011, 05:12 PM
FF crashed the chat ... but I got the layout done! :)

http://gallery.gingerscraps.net/data/680/ss01202011-small.jpg (http://gallery.gingerscraps.net/showphoto.php?photo=26037)

tanni
01-20-2011, 05:19 PM
I'm glad I peeked at yours Rachel. I was wanting to put in an extracted pic, but was hesitating. Seeing yours, I went ahead and added it and I LOVE it.

http://gallery.gingerscraps.net/data/680/RockBandStar.jpg (http://gallery.gingerscraps.net/showphoto.php?photo=26039&title=rockband-star&cat=680)

Sarah
01-20-2011, 05:24 PM
Just noticed I missed the LAST part of #6 ... oh well

sparagus
01-20-2011, 05:43 PM
Ok mine is too late, but I thought I'd post it anyway. I think I did it totally wrong. haha :P
http://i118.photobucket.com/albums/o89/mystapler00/Digi%20Scrap%20Layouts/LovinGrandma.jpg (http://gallery.gingerscraps.net/showphoto.php?photo=26040&title=lovin-27-grandma&cat=500)

Harmonystar
01-20-2011, 06:31 PM
No worries! I think it looks fabulous and I'm just getting back to the computer so PPs for all LOs here! I love them!!!!