"Creating with Vintage Typography CD" The images weren't digitally placed on the bingo card ( although they could have been), they were printed and cut out, then adhered to the card.
As I've said before, one of the great things about printing things off yourself is that you can make them the size you want them. I wanted this to be fairy big so ...this Hanging Bingo card project is actually 6x10, so it's quite large.
The dancing animals I used on this project are actually just taken from one of the sheets of paper on the CD, so I'm going to show you how I cropped and sized it to use it for my project.
I printed my images off the sizes I wanted them, cut them out and then I was all ready to start putting it all together :)
If you are hesitant about doing much printing because of the price of ink, let me tell you that I use inexpensive ink from " Ink Farm", and it works wonderfully.
And as for Printers ... Sandy and I both use Canon Pixma iX6520 Ink Jet Printers and love them.
The Heartwarming Vintage blog always has great information and tips, not to mention peeks at the newest releases, so be sure to check there often.
I hope if your new to using CD's or if you haven't tried them yet, this will help you feel more comfortable. Like I said, it's all new to me also, but I excited about all the options this opens up, so I love learning a little more each time.
Another one of our Design Team Members Sheila Rumney is very knowledgeable on digital and hybrid scrapbooking and cardmaking and she does some step by step directions that are more advanced than mine. Mine are the very basics :) So be sure to check out her blog if your interested in things link this tutorial on how to change the color of png files.
Okay friends... have yourself a fantastic day!
The sun is actually shining here!! WOW! we haven't seen much of that lately at all, so I'm thrilled!
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