Monday, October 18, 2010

Crafts Made With Digital Bliss Word Art and a FREEBIE!

There are so many things you can do with Digital Bliss Word Art! Use them for a Halloween decoration, for scrapbooking, or for paper crafts. They would look great in a frame, for a scrapbook page title, on a card, or a gift bag. You can also resize them to fit your smaller projects, such as tags, mini scrapbooks, and magnets. The best part is because they are digital, you can use them over and over!

My favorite way to use them are in frames. Frame them by themself for holiday decor. Or use them along with your photos in frames that hold 2 or 3 photos or in a collage frame. They are also great in inexpensive acrylic frames including magnetic frames. They look great mounted on cardstock or patterned paper, or use them with photo mats with different shaped openings.

The Halloween Word Art can be found in my Etsy Shop. The colors include orange, lime green, purple and white. Use the white file to print on your own colored cardstock or scrapbook paper. You can also print it on white paper and color it in yourself using inking and chalking techniques. These JPEG files measure 4x6 inches and 300 DPI. These files will be sent by email. The copyright watermark image will not appear on the actual files. Look for more upcoming Digital Bliss Word Art for cardmaking and the upcoming holidays! Here are some fun and easy craft ideas:

Use for scrapbook page title. (6x6 inch page)

Use on a gift bag. This bag measures about
5.25"L x 3.25"W x 8.25"H without the handle.

Mount on cardstock and then put in frame (5x7 inch frame)
This is the freebie! Just click on the link right below,
then right click and save to your computer.
***For Personal Use Only ***

Printing Tips: For best results print on matte presentaton/photo paper for vivid colors with a matte(flat/nonshiny) finish. Print on satin/luster/glossy photo paper for vivid colors for a sheen/shiny finish. Make sure you use the right settings for the type of paper you're printing on. For printer settings, see your printer manual, the paper pack label, or check the printer brand website.

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