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Autumn Memories

Posted by kyry (My Page) on
Sat, Nov 11, 06 at 19:26

I wanted to do something with pictures of my Mom.

Carol

Here is a link that might be useful: Autumn Memories


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Carol that is beautiful.
I'm sure your Mom can see it and is smiling down on her wonderful daughter.
((HUGS))
Sue :)


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Thanks Sue, I thought I had done a better job of getting rid of the outer edge of the pictures but they seem to show through. Feeling any better? I sure hope so. I had meant to agree with you about the tall Scotch!!
Carol


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Carol- that is really nice.
Judy


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Very, very nice - wonderful job.
Elaine


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Hi Carol
Try this for ideas on the edges - it explains feathering :)
http://www.scrapgirls.com/feathering_photos_together_for_digital_scrapbooking.htm

Thank you I am feeling much better - still tired and the heart medication gives me headaches BUT 100% better than I was and once they work out the right medications and dosages for me I will hopefully be back on my feet fully.

Sue :)


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Glad to hear you are feeling a little better. Hopefully they will have your meds figured out before the holidays. Thank you for the link, I took a look at it and decided I should have feathered the one picture at a higher # I think the tut suggested 25 which I used, but this one suggests 100 so somewhere inbetween would have probably worked better.
Carol


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Yes sometimes you have to ignore the tut and make your own setting choices - especially if you are using different photos.
Sue :)


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