Thursday, November 10, 2005

Look what I just bought at WalMart. I was just having a look at this issue and decided it was going home with me. They give 4 or 5 links to download free fonts. Such as....www.searchfonts.com. Or..dafont.com...or coolarchive.com...abcwebworx.com. Has anyone downloaded from these sites? Could you tell me the pro's and con's? I wish it wasn't so late and I wasn't so tired. I would like to go straight down to my craft room and try out some of the delightful scrapbooking techniques in this issue. Another question....one of the projects is to use a removable adhesive, to attach ink-jet fabric paper to copy paper for stability before you print your art image onto the fabric paper. Wow....is ink jet fabric paper the same thing as Photo Fabric paper backed fabric for use with InkJet printers? Hope I haven't confused you. The Photo Fab. paper is very expensive. I guess I'm hoping there is a cheaper way to have fun than using it.There are some beautiful gift tag ideas in this issue. Ms*Robyn if you read this, wouldn't that be a fun and quick swap....collage gift tags! I'm going to make a few and I'll post pics. Thinking Christmas here! Posted by Picasa

4 comments:

Shelley said...

Don't you just hate that...the creative mood strikes and you are so tired and have to put it off?

Wish I could help you with those sites or the ink jet fabric paper stuff. Haven't tried either. Hopefully someone will be able to give you some help and/or pointers.

Me said...

'Fraid I can't help you with the paper or sites either.. sounds interesting though...

It must be lovely to have a "craft room"... *laugh* .. I told my son the other week that when he is grown and married, that his room would be my sewing/craft room!

He looked at me so serious and said.. "EEEEewwwwwwwww Muuuuuummmmmmmmmmyyyyyyyyyyy (in that exact sort of long, whiney voice).... I'm NEVER EVER getting married... I'd have to kiss her, and that's just GRROOOSSSSS!!!!!!"

Don't you just love kids? :o)

Finn said...

Hello Miss Maggie, what a fun magazine that looks like..*VBS* You gals are having sooo much fun with those, aren't you??? I'd love to see your gift tags when you post them.

Began re-reading "No Holly for Miss Quinn" last night, and thought of you, and smiled. It's one of my favorite Miss Read books. It's a short book, set at holiday time..published in 1976...*S*

Carol said...

Your lucky to have those kind of magazines in the US Maggie Ann! Wish we'd have them here too, but nothing, quilting yes a bit but sadly nothing about srapbooking and altered books. I'm looking forward to see ur projects!Sorry can't help either.