Sorry I have only looked at these today .... first the leg and the shot etc etc and then I'm laid up with the back door you NO whats !! ... was that a surprise .... recovering once again and am able to sit still for a bit lol ,,,,anyway ...
Just gotta say these cards are all absolutely gorgeous and so different from each other ... there is something for everybody in these ...Thank You for playing this month !!!
At Sue's request I have made a new gallery category just for these cards so it will be easy to find them if you wish to print. I have moved your cards to the new category and also edited the images in this thread with the new links. Hopefully I haven't missed anyone.
Thank you Sue!
I'm just having trouble with the size if I want to print... I print on photo paper so it looks nice, but the size of the photopaper AND of the standard envelopes here in Belgium (Europe?) is 4x6 inches... so by printing I loose part of the card on the short side and I have a white border on the long side...
Q: What is quarterfold size? I don't think we have this here or maybe we call it something else...
Thank you for switching them Robyn ... I just read the message and was going to message everybody, went to see where the card gallery was for the link and found they were already there ... U R the BEST
Our cards are taken from a 8 1/2 x 11 inch size .. regular printing size .... so a half sheet folded either way makes a card . ... a quarter fold is simply the same sized page folded in half twice .... maybe create a 4x6 template, slip the card image on there and reduce to fit and slip a matching background behind it before printing .. that's how I'd do it ... once you have your template made you could use it to do all the cards... you could use percentage to reduce it .. in photoshop I'd unclick resample image and you would keep all the pixels
I looked it up... 8,5x11 inch is letter format... that does not exist here... we have A4, that is 8,26x11,7 inch...can't they just do the same everywhere?
I'll try to adjust in photoshop..4x6 fits nicely in an envelope.. Thank you Sue!