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Today is the third of December and the way things normally go I may forget to post later in the day where to find the first step in the Progressive Card Fun.... soooo... I will post it now... and on the 4th of December, you can head over to.....
Camera Club! to find the instructions on what to do first in making your Christmas card! YAYAYAYAYAAYAY
The moderator at each forum will have instructions to give you when it is time and it's posted in here what forum to go to when it is time for those instructions. There will be a time limit (3 days) for each task to add to your card. At each forum you add to your card from the directions and post your result in that forum within that time frame.
You can use already made items, yours or someone else's, or create new items to get your card made; the catch is, once you post your result for a particular forum/item, you cannot move anything in your card, it stays in place. Shadows can be added to objects and changed at any time. Layers can be can be moved front to back at any time, but the placing of the items must remain. You can use any tools on your objects you like, burn, airbrush, dodge, noise, smudge, etc., it just cannot be moved from place once it has been posted.
If you aren't a scrapbooker, you can to take a gander in the SB forum to check things out.
Size of card to make: 4.25 x 5.5 inches at 200 ppi Portrait or 5.5 x 4.25 inches at 200 ppi Landscape, just in case you might want to print them.
Posting size: resize to 600 pixels largest side, 96 ppi.
If you have any questions about an instruction, be sure to ask in the forum the instruction was posted in. :)
Find instructions in these forums on these dates...
Camera Club Dec 4
Dynamic Path Objects Dec 7
Expanding Horizons Dec 10
Scrapbooking Dec 13
Show and Tell Dec 16