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« on: December 05, 2008 12:10:44 PM »

i lost my grandfather this past may, and my family is EXTREMELY close. my cousins are more like brothers and sisters. total, with in-laws, there are 11 of us, and 1 year and a half year old. i've always loved family crests and i was thinking it would be really great to design on for our family and have a sort of "family in a box" type thing for each of my cousins this year. inside i was thinking about putting a framed crest, a page with the meanings of symbols and such and also like magnets, and key chains, ornaments and things with it on there.

now, my question is, im not very artistic, unless its done with adobe illustrator, which i dont have access too. does anyone know of any websites that would either have cheaply priced commision work, or even like a generator or something of that sort? i know the basics of what i want the crest to look like-its just rough to get it on paper. any help would be apperciated. thanks!!  Smiley
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