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I have a really large panel for you to work with this week; we haven’t done one of those in a very long time.
-Let’s keep panel #3 fairly large with no extra panels over it unless it’s a small sentiment panel…however should you create a scene for example and want to bring dimension to it by popping out a flower, animal etc…go for it!
-Let’s also keep those edges of the panels on the left side to the edge of the card base. This is to keep it unique from past layouts but do feel free to flip it if you wish...and in that case the edge mentioned above would be the top!
-I hope this doesn’t read as coming from a demanding hostess…it’s sure not meant to be that way but the higher the numbers of layouts the more we need to pay attention to detail!
To print this layout: - (nc means no color) If you see a small layout click on it or if you see an icon click on the words next to it.
-When the black surround screen appears click only on the layout and a white screen with the layout should appear.
-Right click and click on print from the pop up box or hold down your shift key and P key at the same time.
-Now you're ready to choose print and it should print to actual size of the card depending on your computer.
only reason I'm seeing this is I got called back to work after working all day and I'm waiting on an incubation. Looks great, I'll probably be too tired to play tomorrow (or is that today??) when I get home!!!! Thanks Rox
Location: Way down south in Dixie-Sweet Home Alabama
I can't wait to work on this one, but it's 11:35 at my house I hav one daughter leaving for Atlanta at 6am to fly to D.C. and two 1 yr ones who will be here at 7:30 am! quess I better sleep on this one. See ya tomorrow.
Woohoo! I was sad because I'm going to be gone tomorrow and couldn't play. Thanks for posting early, Rox--except now I'm late for bed. The panel on this was already done and waiting for a perfect layout, so it was a quickie--at least tonight.
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Gosh, not my normal style at all but I'll think about it at work this morning - it's always fun to get a push.
I don't think you sound demanding, either - I'd see quite a difference between being inspired by a sketch (and following it loosely) and actually following a sketch.
I know just what stamps I want to use...hope it works!!! Probably the only challenge I will get to play with this week as we are headed back to school here at the end of the week! Thanks for a great sketch, Roxie!!!