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Christmass card question

Posted by RitaMS (My Page) on
Thu, Nov 21, 02 at 14:27

I have a grandchild's drawing I would like to have made into Christmas cards. Any idea on how I might go about doing this?
Thanks for any help.
Rita


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RE: Christmass card question

All you need is a scanner; save the picture to your computer and you should be able to use it any way you want. I would use a program like Printshop of PrintArtist for their greeting card program, but just some cardstock and Word will work as well.


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RE: Christmass card question

If it's a simple line drawing you can go to a print shop that makes rubber stamps for businesses and have then make it into a rubber stamp. I did this with a drwing my daughter did and her angel is now her logo. It cost $23.00
about 5 years ago. I think it would be worth more than that if you can swing it. Suram


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