January 15: Puppet Warp

Discussion in 'MOC Challenges' started by Karen, Jan 15, 2015.

  1. KimJ

    KimJ Did you check in the refrigerator?

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    I'll admit that I've only attempted puppet warp a couple of times, and I could never remember how to use it, so I appreciate the simple instructions! I expect to use it a lot more from now on. :)

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  2. chai

    chai Love to make a racket!

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    Great challenge! I've used puppet warp on shadows but never on a ribbon. Here, I used it on the green ribbon.

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  3. zippyoh

    zippyoh Well-Known Member

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    I wish I had puppet warp, but I use PSE. I played around with the rope circles at the top and bottom.

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  4. lmjrocko

    lmjrocko See that in my rear view mirror? That's Michigan!

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    I used Star paper clips

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  5. emkayess2

    emkayess2 I is a member of the grammer police ...

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    I used a combination of Puppet Warp and Warp to make the string cover a fluorescent light fixture in the photo.

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  6. AnotherAmanda

    AnotherAmanda Well-Known Member

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    I wrapped the twine in a circle.
     
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  7. Dalis

    Dalis Jose Cuervo is NOT a good friend

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    Here is mine, my ribbon was covering WAY too much of my WA.

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  8. Meibritt

    Meibritt CT - Kate Hadfield

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    Thanks for this challenge!!

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  9. MissK

    MissK Well-Known Member

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  10. sushimommy

    sushimommy Could you point me to the helipad?

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    Thank you for a great tutorial! Like others have said, I totally shied away from strings before :)
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  11. EllenT

    EllenT I live for that hourglass ...

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    I think I will start using Puppet Warp instead of Warp.
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  12. katell

    katell CT - Sara Gleason

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    Mine, I've "twist" the rubbon

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  13. nhudao

    nhudao Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for your useful guide, Puppet Warp. It's first time I try it so my arrow in page look not good at all. :)

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  14. crecia27

    crecia27 Must.travel.

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    O M G I loved this - so much fun moving the pieces around! I'm embarrassed to admit I had to keep going between PSE & PSCC because I still can't move very well around PS! grrrr

    I warped the ribbon and the leather piece
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  15. Lhmcgrady

    Lhmcgrady M-I-C ... See ya real soon!

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    Great Challenge! I get so excited to learn new PS tricks. This one will definitely come in handy!

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  16. got2digiscrap

    got2digiscrap Well-Known Member

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    Thank you for the tutorial. I use PSE (wish I had PS) so I used the mask and shadows for the tag and the string.
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  17. Alegna

    Alegna Well-Known Member

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    I don't have Puppet warp so I've placed parts of the string under the frame and 'hung' the veneer heart on the string

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  18. weaselwatchr

    weaselwatchr Viva, Las Vegas!

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    Sadly I dont have PS, so I had to do it my way in PSE. I did the over under on the paperclip and the orange string would have been over the arrow button and i tucked the string under. the end, lol

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  19. AmandaG

    AmandaG New Member

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    I hadn't used this before! Such a great tip! I made the twine ends into hearts:
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  20. Karen

    Karen Alarm off, brunch ON

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    Wow! I am in awe of how creative you have all been getting with both the puppet warp and tucking little bits in here and there on your pages! Thank you so much for playing along! I'm loving each and every one of these pages!
     

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