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11  Re: Input on my wedding ideas (image heavy) in Weddings and Bridal Showers by matuta on: February 03, 2008 05:13:27 PM
here it is with just white background ... and yes it would make a difference to print it on coloured paper ... I would go for a tan or beige but not on the brighter side ... more muted. If you wanted it simpler you could definitely remove some of the elements ... just let me know if this works better for you.

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12  Re: Input on my wedding ideas (image heavy) in Weddings and Bridal Showers by matuta on: January 31, 2008 08:16:57 AM
hopefully this works .... this is the invite I redesigned ...

I used what info I could see .... and I used the first pics of the flowers for the color references and as part of the design.

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13  Re: how could i knit this? in Knitting: Discussion and Questions by matuta on: August 24, 2006 10:12:48 AM
When I saw this hat I was so inspired to make one for my daughter. I was tired of making her regular round hats and I love her in "ears" and so does she. Anyways it only took a few hours from start to finish. I used a thin fuzzy yarn and a baby yarn together to give it a bit of bulk. I did 2 seperate pieces and pieced them together and then tied off the corners for the ears. For the next one I will use just one long piece since I don't know how to knit in a circular pattern. Anyways ... my daughter loved it! and calls it her winnie-the-pooh hat. Now I have to do a boy version for my son. Maybe I'll try this with a stretchy fabric ... hmmmmmmmm.
sorry for the small pic but I hope you can still somewhat see it.

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14  Re: Business Card Help! in Crafty Business Discussion by matuta on: January 23, 2006 09:31:20 AM
Here is another that I worked up ...

It's not necessary for the name to be really big but the other info was too close in size so I changed it up a bit.

*thanks ebeth! (appreciate the compliment)
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15  Re: Business Card Help! in Crafty Business Discussion by matuta on: January 23, 2006 08:05:09 AM
okey dokey .... here are my samples .... i just did them quickly ...

here it is using the colour you chose ...

and one in brown ....

sorry for the small size of the images but i think you get the idea.
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16  Re: Photography: A Photoshop Obsession in More Art, Less Craft: Completed Works by matuta on: December 19, 2005 09:39:59 PM
I can't see all the pics in the first one but I too am obsessed with Photoshop .... here is a pic that my father in law has carried around for years of my mother in law. After much persuading he finally agreed to let me borrow it so that I could fix it up and print it up as an 8x10. It travelled all the way from Chile to Canada. I love old pics especially but I also do tons of photo cards for my kids for special events too.

Here is the original

this is the sepia toned one all fixed up

and this one I added colour like they do back in Chile ....

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17  Re: Big Lebowski Jesus Quintana stencil? anyone want to help? in Stenciling: Discussion and Questions by matuta on: December 10, 2005 01:47:21 PM
I think I finally learned how to post pics .... here is the stencil done in 2 colour format.

hope it helps!
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