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      krzymnky


      Mostly Shabby

      Registered: May 2010
      Location: ohio
      Posts: 225
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      page one of two from this months 'PS 2011' templates.
      Date: Fri February 25, 2011 Views: 418
      Tags: 3
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      Keywords: festival, promise, an affair to remember

  1. Fri February 25, 2011 8:41pm
    1. krzymnky
      Mostly Shabby


      Registered: May 2010
      Location: ohio
      Posts: 225

      i was super excited about my castle but now that this page is done and i've started the second page, i'm having scrapper's block so i figured i would at least get this LO up. i may end up going with a whole different kit, maybe i'll use it as an excuse to get sprout. **
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  1. Sat February 26, 2011 3:23am
    1. acmckelvey
      Shabalicious


      Registered: October 2009
      Posts: 564

      the castle is awesome - how did you do that? love this page!!!! into the faves...
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  1. Sat February 26, 2011 2:15pm
    1. krzymnky
      Mostly Shabby


      Registered: May 2010
      Location: ohio
      Posts: 225

      i started by building shapes on different layers in photoshop that were just black and white and then crated clipping masks with different papers, then adding drop shadows to give it depth. i've been doing a lot of these lately... i'm working on a car right now for a page that i'm doing for my son. it gets addicting, i love it!
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  1. Sat February 26, 2011 7:09pm
    1. aaronalita
      Not Too Shabby


      Registered: June 2010
      Posts: 1

      DARLING. I should try that technique out a bit. For now, I may have to Scraplift it from you if that is okay.
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  1. Sat February 26, 2011 8:28pm
    1. krzymnky
      Mostly Shabby


      Registered: May 2010
      Location: ohio
      Posts: 225

      lift away! lol
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  1. Sun February 27, 2011 5:17am
    1. jenelle

      former Shabby Artist :o)


      Registered: June 2010
      Location: Melbourne, Australia
      Posts: 985

      Absolutely amazing - the castle is a work of art. Well done!
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  1. Mon February 28, 2011 3:12pm
    1. ShabbyPrincess

      owner/designer


      Registered: February 2006
      Posts: 4,123

      FANTABULOUS absolutely love it...so creative and clever and ADORABLE! thanks so much for sharing!

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      Shabby Princess
      Owner/Designer
      theShabbyShoppe.com

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  1. Wed March 9, 2011 2:18am
    1. kylie-j

      Blog & Team Director


      Registered: May 2010
      Location: Melbourne, Australia
      Posts: 4,283

      Seriously - how amazing are you!!!!! That castle is so well done - incredible!!! The paper choice is fantastic and those little promise swirls make the most ornate little gates - and soooo cute to boot! The whole page is awesome - gorgeous Birthday girl photo and that cake is something else! Thanks so much for sharing! Looking forward to the second page!

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      Kylie
      the Shoppe's BLOG and TEAM Director
      theShabbyShoppe.com

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  1. Thu March 24, 2011 9:43pm
    1. scrapna99ie
      Not Too Shabby


      Registered: November 2007
      Location: Humble, TX
      Posts: 57

      really, really clever. can't wait to see the car. and i love the crown on the other page too. thanks for inspiring me to look outside the box!
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  1. Fri March 25, 2011 1:09pm
    1. graciewollf

      Not Too Shabby


      Registered: March 2011
      Location: Kingsley, MI soon to be North Bend, OR
      Posts: 234

      I LOVE THIS!!

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      www.gracewolfphotography.com
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  1. Fri March 25, 2011 5:27pm
    1. scrapna99ie
      Not Too Shabby


      Registered: November 2007
      Location: Humble, TX
      Posts: 57

      Did you draw your shapes for the castle? I really want to do a sand castle, but I'm not sure where to begin...thought I'd ask.
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  1. Sun March 27, 2011 4:54am
    1. krzymnky
      Mostly Shabby


      Registered: May 2010
      Location: ohio
      Posts: 225

      i created the shape in a solid color using the pen tool, and then rasterized the layer and applied a clipping mask to the 'shape' with the paper. to do a sand castle, i would find an image that you like and then build your shapes on top of it on multiple layers, this gives it depth. then just do the clipping masks with what ever paper you want. i will try to post the 'car' this weekend. i like to find photos that i can brake down into 'simple shapes' and then 'scrap' them. the sky really is the limit.
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