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      kris_t


      Not Too Shabby

      Registered: December 2011
      Posts: 71
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      I used a whole lot of different kits...all SP though! I mostly used papers form Gracie and Parker, but also form Sandbox, Organic, and Memory Lane.
      Elements are from alot of SP kits too...

      Action on photos is 'seventies' by Pioneer Woman

      Template is from FiddleDeeDee 'make like a tree' (modified)

      Font is ' Amazing Ruler'
      (THANKS to LEGO for her stamp-effect tutorial yesterday! I tried it on my text )
      Date: Thu November 8, 2012 Views: 217

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  1. Thu November 8, 2012 7:39pm
    1. lego

      Shabby Artist


      Registered: May 2010
      Location: Vienna, Austria
      Posts: 1,082

      PW's photoshop actions (the seventies especially) are sooo cool, constantly use them too! but this is just a side comment for what I really want to say is: I LOVE THE TREE! your choice of SP's papers couldn't be sweeter and the cut out tree ... how cool is that?! gonna lift, if I may!

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      lego
      Shabby Artist
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  1. Thu November 8, 2012 7:42pm
    1. Amber

      Shabby Artist


      Registered: October 2010
      Location: Utah
      Posts: 833

      LOVE those leaves! WOW! What a great design! And, the cutout tree! AMAZING! I wouldn't mind lifting it, either!

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      Amber
      Shabby Artist
      theShabbyShoppe.com
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  1. Thu November 8, 2012 8:01pm
    1. graciewollf

      Not Too Shabby


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

      I love the cutout leaves---- the photos are very cool too--- but that scrapped tree is AWESOME. I may have to scraplift this idea. TFS!

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      www.gracewolfphotography.com
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  1. Thu November 8, 2012 10:06pm
    1. con01008
      Shabby Artist


      Registered: July 2010
      Location: Las Vegas
      Posts: 371

      I love all this leaves and how they swirl across your page! I love your photos and and that you tried Lego's technique! Beautiful job

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      Aubrey
      Shabby Artist
      theShabbyShoppe.com
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  1. Sat November 10, 2012 12:35am
    1. Five17Creations

      Shabby Artist


      Registered: September 2010
      Location: Florida, USA
      Posts: 1,262

      Everyone has said what I'm thinking... that is an amazing tree!! I love the depth it creates with part being cut out and the different shadow depths.

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      Kim
      Shabby Artist
      theShabbyShoppe.com

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