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I'd like a banner that says Canyon Creek Farm, preferably in a script or elegant font.

Also with one or more of these pictures. Feel free to make different combinations!













 

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Aww that's cute. I was thinking a 500(w) x 300(h) would be good. Or a slightly bigger size of the one you made me
 

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Here's a couple. They are actually bigger, these are downsized. (Crissa, the one you made is CUTE!) I'll try putting those cute big eared ones on too... what breed is the one that is white with brown spots? She? is SO adorable!



 

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are you wanting one for your website or a signature? I thought a banner was a signature pic... but by your mesurements I am wrong? LOL, sorry I'm just a lil ole country girl... :oops: :D
 

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Thanks, mine's downsized too. I'll try to make a couple more to see if you like any of them better. But do you have any other pics of your goats?
 

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Here's another.



I'll try to get that tree in one.... that is a beautiful pic!
 

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oh, yeah!! I love the 'oldish' look to it.... do you have photoshop?
 

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Thanks! I really like that painting look!

Here's my winter themed one... I think I'll play around with it some more.

 

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OOOoo, pretty! I like how you added onto it to make it wider. :D I have a freebie, too. PhotoImpression. :)
MCF, with my program I simply push the 'flip' button on the right toolbar... LOL You have photoshop, right? I so wish I had it....
 

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Do you have the link to PhotoImpression? I'd like to try it out! :D I'm really having too much fun with this! :roll: Thank you, it took me a couple minutes though!
 

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Crissa, it's really easy! It's text. Use Edwardian Script ITC font, I think. I usually use the letter G. Fade it and stick it a corner. Flip it, rotate it, and whatever you want to do. It looks so elegant and it's fun! It has to be a really large size, though. (usually, sometimes the small looks pretty but it takes alot of work.)

That's how I do it with a free program. :D
 
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