Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Stationary For the Masses III

Okay, I've been creating stationary for the masses (that's you guys!) in Microsoft Word (97, but the files will work with XP, Vista and Windows 7 as well). Each one is a .doc file and a good portion of them feature my "Creeplings", which you are of course: free to use, but please don't sell them. I want everyone to be able to use cool stationary. Plus, I'm just starting out with this blog - spread the word!

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                                                                                                                                                                         On to more pretties!

This is for a swap on swap-bot entitled "Mail Me a Decorated Envie #3". The girl who I am partnered with posted in her profile that she likes rabbits, so I incorporated a rabbit sticker collage along with a doodle showcase on the front and back. What do you guys think?



It took me a while to finish it, but I'm really happy with the way it came out. I think I'll use the technique again - it's deginately something you can do while watching TV or a movie - just sort of doodle and it looks awesome when you're done. It kind of looks like angry thunder clouds.

Next, I made this envelope out of an old tattoo calendar. I really liked the swirls, curls and spots of colour. Dazzled upwards with butterfuly stickers.



A scrapbooking page, gone the way of an envelope. Also used some new deco tape I picked up from Michaels for $1.50. Can't beat that.
And then...The red queen, Alice in Wonderland. A calendar from a couple years back - I love the way this one turned out.

And a butterfly package: this calendar was a bit thin, so I'm hoping it arrives in Italy safe and sound for Sarah.



Okiedoke - that's it for today. I'm crossing my fingers hoping all the links work. If anyone uses the stationary, please comment here and let me know how it looks printed out. I'm using them myself and I think they look great, but I'm biased.

 P.S. Check out this lady's blog. http://postcardsforsatori.blogspot.com/ 
Her daughter is going in for major surgery and she is asking people to send postcards to her while she's   in the hospital. Mine is going out tomorrow. I hope everything goes smoothly.

1 comment:

sarala said...

I'm a bit of a snail mail addict myself. I got here from Swap-bot. So I'm sending a card to the little girl, myself. I hope her surgery goes well. She sounds like a cute kid.

 

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