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Vickijo the instructions you posted at the beginning of the jan thread were soooo helpful. Thankyou for holding this newbie hand! lol
as far as resizing. I change change the setting on my camera to the lowest setting and that seemed to fix the sizing problems I had as first. then I change it back to the highest setting for normal picture taking.
I am planning on just doing card fronts and then putting them on white cards after I have printed a message inside. My goal is 10 per month and I want to keep them simple. My card was copied from die cut diva's card.
[QUOTE=JadeOnline;17753799]Whoo hoo! I've finished my January cards already.
I have a number of loose images from image swaps, card kits, me changing my mind, etc that I want to use up. All of the images used in these cards were from my miscellaneous pile. It feels good to start using some of it up.
[QUOTE=jtoewe2000;17755151]I am planning on just doing card fronts and then putting them on white cards after I have printed a message inside. My goal is 10 per month and I want to keep them simple. My card was copied from die cut diva's card.
I like the snowflakes those are my favorite part of winter as long as we don't get to many of them.
Years ago, a co-worker of mine (who introduced me to card making) gave me a set of cute bear related stamps, because she knew how much I loved bears. But, I am not sure I have really used them much. I wanted so much to incorporate one of the bears in a holiday card so I decided to make this.
I just love visiting SCS, cause everyone is so darn talented here. I am trying to learn as much as possible from visiting all your wonderful galleries.
ScappinCEO, (EeGads. I just take one day and find some WiFi and a good cup of coffee - of course, that's 80 miles round trip but..) You and others like you who have no stores nearby, I applaud you!!! Clap, Clap, Clap Some stuff just looks better in a store than in a catalogue, right! You remind me how fortunate I am....thanks.
Oh my goodness, Vikki Jo, I made about 30 gift card holders for Christmas this year and sold them to colleagues at the hospital where I work. I have 7 more that are partially finished, so I will get working on them. I also have a non-Christmas one in my gallery, that shows the inside. Here is a link to a finished Christmas one. For some reason, this one didn't sell, although I think it is cute. Let it snow gift card holder by yellowrose46 - Cards and Paper Crafts at Splitcoaststampers