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Monday, November 21, 2016
Angie has a few questions that I don't know the answers to....anybody here can help?
1 I wonder if you can help me Mary please? If I print your image as it is (without resizing) would it be A4 or A5 size please I have no ink at the moment (waiting on delivery from good old amazon lol) or I'd just print it off to see. Thanks in advance on Sledding Snowman 2 Thanks for sharing. Does Caring Hearts have a Web page or blog as would like to thank them too. 3 I think she also needs help with cricut which I know nothing about. Thanks everyone!
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Angie, Most of Maryellen's need resizing. They are almost a whole sheet of paper. It gives better resolution when the image is big and you resize it. I do mine in Word. It is quite simple to do. Edwina BrownReplyDelete
I pretended to print one of your stamps, without resizing it and it fitted an A4 size paper.......however there were options for different sizes. Took a screenshot to show but can't upload it here.......... I always put my stamps into a Word program to resize because I don't want large images for cards.......... hope this helps in some wayReplyDelete
I just printed it (and several others). The ones I printed, including Sledding Snowman, come out to 5-3/4" wide x 6-5/8" tall (or 14.6cm x 16.9cm). I hope that helps.ReplyDelete
I'm assuming it's the Caring Hearts Card Drive that she's referring to. Here's the post re: the drive, although it's just about over (11/25) http://lingshappyplace.blogspot.com/2016/10/caring-hearts-card-drive-2016.html Vera Yates started the drive and this is her blog (http://lingshappyplace.blogspot.com/).ReplyDelete
This is what I found on Caring Hearts. On the bottom of the post is a place for comments or you can use the contact bottom up top.ReplyDelete
I opened the image with my silhouette cameo software and the maximum dimensions allowed without losing resolution were 8" by 7". Hope this helps!ReplyDelete
How can I make a request? I like the mousie series and would love a gardening girl mouse, Easter mice, thanksgiving mice, and 4th of July mice.ReplyDelete
MJ, I posted a mousie gardener yesterday and today an Easter one for you. If you email me at email@example.com I can email designs when I do them. I am worried you won't even know that I posted something that you wanted. mary ellenReplyDelete