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A little something for all you ....

Posted by fun2golf (My Page) on
Tue, Jul 26, 05 at 2:07

I know there isn't too much going on here right now, even I am not spending as much time on here as I would like, but I just wanted to make a little something for you all. It's not much, but something.
Bev
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Bev- that is real pretty. Thank you.
Judy


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Bev, that is beautiful. Did you do the text in Bladepro? I just downloaded the superblade pro, haven't done much with it yet, lots to learn about it, but I love the way it makes text look. Here is a site I found with lots of presets. Thanks for sharing your pic.
Deb
sbppresetgallery.tripod.com/gallery1.htm


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Bev,
That is darling!
I am into making stationaries for OE from a Plaid plugin which is only for a limited time so that is keeping me busy.

I won't spoil this post with them so will post separate to give an idea of what can be done.
I want to thank SUE for getting me going on them.

~Urlee~


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Bev, thank you, that's very pretty...good job.

Joy


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Beautiful work Bev :)
Sue :)


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Thank you all, you are very welcome...
Yep..Deb, I did use SuperBladeProo. I use that often when doing my text.
Bev


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I like the colors! :)


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