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Can I see you logo/monogram please?

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Originally Posted by SuzyQ76 View Post
I LOVE your logo too Shannon! Did you make yours?
Everyone is so talented.... :o)
Thanks!!! Girl heck no....mine was done by an Etsy vendor...DesignsMadeEasy...if not right it's posted in the share your Etsy finds or I can get the info..she did a poker chip for me as well...

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Originally Posted by krussell View Post
I've been having lots of trouble deciding on a logo too.
Here are a few I've been playing with.

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Sorry if they're huge I'm new to posting pics sad.gif

This might sound like a stupid question, but how do you make your own monogram? Is there a websitehuh.gif

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So I finally accepted the fact that I am technologically challenged and enlisted some help in designing a monogram. Now I have too many to choose from! Here are my favs:

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Thoughts? Opinions?

Hi,
Who did you get to help you with your monogram? I think I'm technologically challenged as well! lol

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I think a lot of the gals on this forum used Sprouille? Designs...there is an ad flashing on the right side of your screen that you can click on and it'll bring you directly to the website...designs start at $5 - you can pick and choose from a variety of designs and colors and then also do some more custom work for a little bit more $$. Then there is another site another Bride2Be just posted as well: DesignsMadeEasy from a vendor on Esty.

I been having a hard time designing mine too, I know what I want in my head but I can't seem to put it all together properly - always the way!Lol!

Good luck I know I'm still trying to figure out what the heck to do! :o)

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