So first I had to iron the sheets of coffee stained card stock so they would not jam up my printer. To be truthful I tried to skip this step with the result of my printer getting jammed. So out came the iron and a fast once over on each sheet corrected the problem.
QUICK TIP; those sheets I didn't print on but did iron are now stored under a very heavy book to keep them flat so they will be ready to use when I'm ready.
Next I created the images. I used Photoshop Elements to create my tags.
I first started looking at Karen's wonderful vintage images at the Graphics Fairy and I found this wonderful frame called Fanciful Frame that I just love. With the magic wand tool in Photoshop I removed all the white in this image so I could layer the images of the ladies under it.
|Fanciful Frame From Graphics Fairy|
I used the following three ladies to create 3 similar but different tags.
|Such a sad pretty face don't you think?|
|She's my favorite, with the tilt of her hat|
|Lots of drama on her face, right?|
I added my booth number on each and also included my blog address. Here's how they looked in Photoshop.
Next using Word I created a table and inserted the tag images into each box. Then printed on my coffee stained vintage looking paper. Below is how they came out.
|My photo skills need sharpening. They look great in person.|
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