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Morgan's pre-wedding welcome letters & template for making a brochure

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Thanks! I had like 200 and something but I don't know what happened to them.

you lose them as you open stuff.

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Kat...I had the same problem with points..im new here too...guess I need to post more, but I do more reading than posting right now.
Yeah, you learn so much. I had no idea that DIY could be so easy. I know it's a lot of work but what a great way to make your wedding your own. I have started making my own invitations (with a layout I "Borrowed" from someone on here) It is so fun. I just need to go buy a microsoft package so I can get Powerpoint and get fullblown into it. Logo and all!!

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Yeah, you learn so much. I had no idea that DIY could be so easy. I know it's a lot of work but what a great way to make your wedding your own. I have started making my own invitations (with a layout I "Borrowed" from someone on here) It is so fun. I just need to go buy a microsoft package so I can get Powerpoint and get fullblown into it. Logo and all!!

What programs do you have? photoshop or publisher would be better. You'd just want photoshop elements to get started. Photoshop really isn't for graphic design. I just use it because I'm so familiar with it. I give presentations a lot. But if you are starting off new to a program, might as well start with the right one. There is also Lumapix photofusion. The basic version is $40. It's perfect for designing invites, photobooks, logos, etc. You can download a free trial on their website.

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What programs do you have? photoshop or publisher would be better. You'd just want photoshop elements to get started. Photoshop really isn't for graphic design. I just use it because I'm so familiar with it. I give presentations a lot. But if you are starting off new to a program, might as well start with the right one. There is also Lumapix photofusion. The basic version is $40. It's perfect for designing invites, photobooks, logos, etc. You can download a free trial on their website.
Oh! Awesome.. thanks so much. I think you might have just created a monster! Muhahahaha

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This point system is kind of complicated...I was just sailing along reading whatever I could, didn't know what was going on with those points...guess I need to get posting :) instead of my hours of just reading...heehee! Time to learn how to post photos....

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This point system is kind of complicated...I was just sailing along reading whatever I could, didn't know what was going on with those points...guess I need to get posting :) instead of my hours of just reading...heehee! Time to learn how to post photos....
check out the navigating the forum section & you can learn all you want about points. they are a little confusing at first, but really make a lot of sense to keep the forum running. They are also fun once you have a bunch. You can buy gifts, etc.

Use photobucket.com for posting pictures. Insert the code. All the details of how to do this are also on the forum.

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I think I found a solution to getting backgrounds to people. I have a powerpoint file of different beach backgrounds with light boxes for text. You will need to make your text fit in the boxes available. Otherwise you can use on of the backgrounds that is all light. There are 3 beach pictures to pick from.

 

I can not attach the file. I think it's too big. PM me your email address & I will send you the file. It's big, so make sure you send me an email address that can accept a big file.

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