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    Default Birthday Boy kit

    Here's the kit that goes along with the Birthday Boy template. Hope you like it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by nnorcutt
    Here's the kit that goes along with the Birthday Boy template. Hope you like it!
    OHH I Love it thanks so much for sharing..
    Binkey

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    Thumbs up Tfs

    Thanks so much for sharing this darling kit. You create the neatest things. I went to the "curling" website and realized I'm so grateful for you talented people who create templates and embellishments so I don't have to!!

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    thank youuuuuuuuuuu just beautiful

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    Love the curled paper! How did you do that? I would like to learn, too!

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    I bought the Paper Curl program from http://www.avbros.com. It is very easy to use & fun. Not too expensive either.

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    Default Thanks

    Thank you for sharing.
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    Nnorcutt
    I looked at the program, but I can't seem to figure out how you made the ribbon. Is it two differnt ribbons tied together? The download doesn't have a tutorial and I can't seem to find one anyplace. Did you find a tutorial or did you just keep playing with it till you got something that looked like a folded ribbon? I did figure out how to make a spiral.
    Last edited by Squeak; 07-24-2006 at 09:13 PM.

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    It is two separate ribbons put together. I made the ribbon in Photoshop, opened up the Page Curl filter, and curled the ribbon. Back in Photoshop I copied the curled ribbon, flipped it so it was going in the other direction and put the two together. Then I did some erasing to make it look like the two were overlapping. I added the brad to cover up some of the space where the two ribbons met. Hope that helps.

    I just reread your post & was wondering which ribbon you meant. What I wrote above is for the curled ribbon. If you meant the folded one, it's pretty much the same process. The page curl program has a fold option, but I usually just make folded ribbons with Photoshop. I make the ribbon, trim the edges how I want them, copy & paste, then rotate them a little bit.
    Last edited by nnorcutt; 07-25-2006 at 01:35 PM.

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    Thanks for the info. I was referring to the twisted one. It makes much more sense now that you told me it was two ribbons. I will give it a try.

    Thanks again!

    Squeak

    PS
    Did you try the puzzle maker?

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