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    Senior Scrapper Staysea's Avatar
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    I don't have a cuzzle but the patterns on this website would be so easy to print out and make on your own

    this is the site
    http://www.pattiewack.com/images/col...4-5303_cup.jpg

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    Thanks for the link. It is so funny yesterday I pulled out one of my Aleene's Creative Living magazines and Pattie was in and I was wondering where she was. I wish this would be on TV not just the web. Romaine

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    That's neat.
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    That would be great for christmas candy or any occasion with candy in it.

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    Has anyone actually tried to print one out. I right clicked, saved as, but it was a GIF and I couldn't find it and didn't know what to use to open it. So I tried again saving as BMP but it is very pixelly (is that a word?) that it is hard to use. Tried cutting a stencil from it and that was worse. Really wanted to use this for a function at church next week but am having a great deal of difficulty with it. Any suggestions?
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    Sprout- this is probably not the quickest method but it worked for me...

    I saved the image to my desktop so I could find it. I always save to either a folder on the desktop created for the new image or just to the desktop - in which case be sure to rename before you save so you are looking for a specific name rather than a bunch of numbers.

    Then I opened my MS Home Publishing,used get image form another source.

    Then I cropped out the colored picture of the boxes, leaving me with the template which I can now adjust to what size I want. Lines get a bit blurred as you make it a larger, but good enough to cut out.

    I then re-added a little pic of the finished product at the bottom corner, so I could see what it was supposed to be.


    PS: don't know if pixelly is a real word- but I say it all the time!


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    Don't have MS Publishing so guess I'll keep playing with what I've got.
    Thanks,
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    I hope this helps


 

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