Hi, Mary. I was just wondering how you printed your title using Photoshop? Did you just print on green paper? How do you get your printer to print white text? I've tried doing this (using Microsoft Word) and nothing shows up on the paper. Is it because I'm not creating the titles in Photoshop?
Oh my gosh, Mary! This is so cute! I love, love, love the little pea you made.
I really love your style! This is so well designed!
He is getting so big! Perfectly adorable layout...of course!
Love it! Very, very sweet.
Project - Eat Your Peas
My little man recently started eating solids - fitting that I photographed him eating peas, no? He has this method of eating where he shoves his spoon of food into his mouth and then follows with a little thumbsucking. It works.
I used October Afternoon's Farm Fresh 8 x 8 stack because it has the most adorable fruit/veggie paper (Root Cellar) that suited my page perfectly. The stack isn't available in the store right now, so I've linked you to the full size kit as well as the full-size sheet of pp. As a bonus, the flipside of Root Cellar is the red checked paper at the top of my layout. I created my title in Photoshop, and I added a rub-on line of dots as well as a large pea pod. I handcut the pea pod, and used buttons for peas, but I know there is one available on the New Arrival cartridge for the Cricut.
Thanks so much for looking!
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