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Getting the right message in your Valentines Day card is too important to trust to a company. If you want to show your affection your way, then you ...
The most important part is to write a short and sweet message. Try to keep it to no more than 8 words or so unless you're really into ...
Convert the letters to outlines so that they are just shapes and no longer editable as text.Then ungroup the resulting mass and collect each word into its own ...
Draw a rectangle and start placing the words within it. The rectangle can be resized so aim for an arrangement where the phrase is still readable and many ...
Place some hearts to make the card more romantic and tie the different elements together. Islands can be saved and peninsulas secured with the hearts.
Now that the design is done, we need one more rectangle around everything. Make sure it's completely on the outside and then select it along with the inner ...
Use the pathfinder tool to exclude the overlapping shape of the two rectangles. Next, select all the elements and use the Add to Shape Area tool.This should give ...
Break out an X-acto knife and go to town. Use the printout to cut the design out of one half of a piece of paper. These were cut ...
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