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    I need some more help. A co workers son is getting married and her dad wants to make some "yard art" of a Bride and Groom silloute with their names on it. Any suggestions or sources?
    Even if it is small I could scale it up for her.
    Rolf
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    Have you looked at the "Winfield collection" They specialize in yard art.
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      Hi Rolf,
      Here's a word art sign I did some time ago. The picture without the words might work for you.
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      http://s697.photobucket.com/albums/vv340/shadylady0447/

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        Wow finding a source image was tough. If you find a source image you would like turned into a silhouette i can easily do that, but these are the two i came up with. I really don't like either one all that well, but maybe you can do something with one of them, or post an image you'd like to convert to a pattern. I was even looking at cake toppers, but no pics big enough. Either way, good luck
        Russell
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