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Painted Stones Tutorial

Posted by jacksmum (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 13, 05 at 22:02

Wahooo
I found it.
Have Fun :)
Sue :)

Stone Painting tut


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Yay! I'll try it asap!


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A gardening pal made this for me some time ago to put on my stationery. Now I know where she got the tut. I will have to try it as well.


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Thanks so much Sue!

This was fun, my first Tut in PSP. I need to work with it some more, I am totally lost, LOL! I had trouble with the text and switched it over to PS to do that part.


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Well done Rebecca
Text was one of the hardest things for me to get the hang of in PSP - LOL I won't even mention vectors!!
Keep on practicing and you will master it.
Sue :)


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Nice job Rebecca. Sue is right about text and vectors. I still stay clear of them if I can! haha
Judy


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I did this one a while back. Hope it's OK to post it here.
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Jojobee yours is beautiful. Do you mind if I use it?
Sue :)


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No Sue I don't mind at all. You are welcome to use it.


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Thank you.
Sue :)


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jojobee, that is a wonderful rock! I love it!

Rebecca


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Those are all nice. Here's mine finally-


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Just had to get in on the fun you girls were having!

Elaine


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Just couldn't help doing another one.

Elaine


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Those are so cute!!!
Judy


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Thanks Judy - they were fun to make.
Elaine


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