November/December 2010 Simple Sentiments

Love our Simple Sentiments? They just got even better! Starting with our January/February 2010 issue, Paper Crafts Go-to Gal Kim Hughes will be designing a new downloadable sentiment for each and every issue. She created her Joy to the World Card from her cute sentiment seen below. For complete supplies and instructions for this card, click HERE. Enjoy!

 

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DOWNLOAD JPEG VERSION HERE

DOWNLOAD PDF VERSION HERE

DOWNLOAD JPEG VERSION HERE

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November/December 2010

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Product I need to purchase to make rub on's
What product do I need to purchase from the store to make my own rub on's? I'm so glad I ran across your blog. I never knew you could do this. Thanks
what do you need
To create the rub on then after you have saved the image by flipping it.
Thank you doesn't seem to be appropriate
As a newbie to scrapbooking and card making I can't tell you how blessed I feel that I found all of you. I get so hyped that I want to try everything at once knowing I can't so I shop on-line to get everything ready. Well, then my husband gets the bank statement. Oh well! I love creating beautiful things and thank you for making my projects better and better.
913renee
Two programs I'll never go without and they're free. One is right in your own computer (Paint) where you can easily manipulate, crop, rotate etc, and the other is irfanview. It's the easiest little utility for opening files, cropping, sharpening, correcting color issues... much easier than the other ones with far more bells and whistles. Google "irfanview download" to get it. It even can be used to play audio files like mp3s, wavs, and videos as well. It's a free one-stop-shop.
reverse image
If you save this sheet of sentiments as a JPEG file, (not PDF) then, go to the file, right click and choose "open with..." and then choose "paint" from the drop down menu. It'll open in paint. At the top of the paint utility there are options to rotate the picture. Choose "flip horizontal." Now re-save your file but change the name slightly so that it saves along with the original but won't replace the original.
reverse immages
Your magazine talked about reverse images to make rub ons. How do you do this?
This will be a wonderful tool.
Thank Heaven I found you guys. This will be so helpful. I am looking forward to each and every time I sign on.
What program?
Please tell me what program I should use to best manipulate these sentiment. I am kind of computer challenged.
Love Them!!
These are great!! I'm making over 40 tags for some girlfriends and these would work perfectly!!
for Nancy
I tried the advice u gave me and I must say THANK YOU! It worked so perfectly. Thank U! U r my angel. I would never would have thought of that. thx! now off to make some card. happy holidays!
for 'newbie' Chrissie
I might not be doing it correctly, but what I do is to save the .jpg version of 'multiple' images, like the one above, so I can open them in windows paint and crop them into individual .jpg's. Once that is done, I simply use my word processing program (Word, Wordperfect, etc.) and insert the .jpg wherever I need.
i love these sentiments but being new to card making I have no idea how I go about using them. Can any1 tell me how to do this?
I love the sentiments
I look forward to these every month. Last month was my sister's b-day and the cauldron sentiment was just perfect for her 60th and the witch card I made her. Please don't seperate them. It's just as easy to put them into psp or ps and separete. Keep this up and can't wait to see the new up coming ones. Thanks to Kim for sharing her card with us.
I love these sentiments
These are great. I am going to make several different cards this year. These will inspire me.
I wish all the sentiments were separate
Kim... from now on, can you make all the sentiments separate jpgs? Hard to work with this multi image page when all you really want is a certain one for all your cards. Please?????
Love Love Love it
I downloaded Joy to the World, shrunk to fit 10 on a page, printed on brilliant white stock, cut apart, inked the edges, colored in a few of the doodads, applied to the inside of my cards... MUCH more brillian that a rubber stamp on colored cardstock
Thank you!
I love the sentiments. It's so nice to have more options for my holiday cards.
Thank You!!
I love the Joy to the World sentiment. Thanks so much Kim!
Love this!
Such wonderful sentiments - I really love t hese downloads!

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