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Saturday, February 6, 2010

Wagon Train

Wagon Train

Thursday, February 4, 2010

Wood Alpha

Wood Alpha.

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

An Award

Thank you so much Vickie of Nonna's Haven for the lovely award. It should be awarded to 7 other blogs.
  1. With a Russian with a Dutch Heart. She has a Western Kit with some fun pieces.
  2. Efie's blog. She has an unique eye. Her work is all tagger though, so if you don't post online, window shopping is always fun.
  3. Bethany Elegant Word Art. A great variety of wordart here.
  4. Word Art World A bit more playful wordart, nicely labeled.

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Mouse House

Download Mouse House . This is one layout where you must use the correct font. Since I've already been through the search, here is one site with a nice variety. If you can't remember the font name 10 minutes after it's installed (like me), organizing as you go becomes essential. In order to make it easier to locate, I label it before it is installed. Right click on the font and click rename. Carefully click your cursor at the beginning of the file name and give it a descriptive label. As an example, I add Hand to handwriting fonts, or script to those fancy scripts. Then when I want a specific type of font, I only have a handful of labels to look through, instead of all of the fonts installed. Remember only to add the label, you will still need the correct font name to share with your friends. If you have never installed a font, unzip the file, click on the file and copy. Now Right click over the start menu button, click explore, under My computer>Local Disk C> Windows>fonts. And right click paste.
Don't forget to save a copy to removable storage. Keeping them all in one file makes it easy to install when you purchase a new computer. Reinstall them if you have any problems, and saves you hours searching for those fonts you just loved. And as always have fun.