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#11 smith3576

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    Posted 29 September 2009 - 03:36 PM

    Our palm tree is just clip art from microsoft; we just changed the color. We might have also rotated it so it was leaning to the opposite direction. I can't remember now. But you can do that with them if you don't like the way it's leaning.
    We're married! Jamie

    #12 wilsoml2

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      Posted 30 September 2009 - 05:08 PM

      Originally Posted by bride2b10
      Nope, not one of those. It's one palm tree leaning to the right. Most people have that one in their templates but it's so frustrating because I can get it into 7 random colors and then that's it...I hate 2007 version of everything!!! :) Thanks for your help!!!
      Hmm, you have Office 2007? Here is a link that explains how to change the color of clip art in powerpoint.

      Change The Color Of Your Clip Art In PowerPoint 2007 ~ Windows Fanatics

      Once it's changed you ought to be able to copy it and paste into whatever program you are using, like word or publisher. At least that's how it works in Office 2003, which is what I have. I hope that helps!

      #13 islandbride317

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        Posted 02 October 2009 - 01:59 AM

        Originally Posted by bride2b10
        Apologies if this has been covered but where does everybody get the palm tree that a lot of people are using in their invitations, monograms, etc? It looks like the same pictures just in different colors.

        Thanks so much!!
        Are you by chance talking about the kind of palm tree that is in my logo in my siggy? I worked with one of BDW's very own members (username: becks), and her company is called Allurements By Rebecca. Maybe PM her or check out her website at Allurements by Rebecca to see if she can take away your headache and create something beautiful for you in EXACTLY the colors you want? She seemingly has most every shade of every color in her palate, and her pricing for monograms/logos is extremely reasonable -- totally worth looking into if you ask me! Plus, she's a dream to work with...

        At any rate, I wish you luck in finding the perfect palm you are looking for!

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