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    hello everyone, I am in need of some help with making a pattern for an ornament. My sister just got engaged over the holidays and asked me to make some ornament party favors. of course I said i would. she would like something with a Maltese cross, some where around 3.5 inches in diameter. this is what I suggested to her was to put his name Anthony on the left side going down and her name Drenna on the right side going down and united at the top and Whetzel at the bottom and the date of 07/07/2012 in the middle but I have no clue as to how I would do it. I am open to all ideas and opinions. sorry so long winded but all help is appreciated. thanks Mike

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    Hi Mike, hope this is ok for you.......Paul
    Hi from the uk

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      Grandpa that looks good if you dont mind could you do one with Anthony at the top and Drenna at the bottom and July 7 on left and 2012 on the right and a big W in the middle. just trying to get different ideas on what to go with. Thanks Mike.

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        Here you go Mike
        Hi from the uk

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          What software do you use to make your patterns?
          UKhttp://www.youtube.com/user/michaelsscrollsaw
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            Originally posted by michaelsscrollsaw View Post
            What software do you use to make your patterns?
            I use Photoshop cs2, Inkskape and artrage........Paul
            Hi from the uk

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              Thanks alot Paul. I believe that is what she wanted. as soon as I get one of the 100 done I will get u a pic of it. thanks again for the help.

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