Welcome to my blog! I am really happy you have found me for a visit today. I love to make unique personalised word art prints gifts for all Occasions I have an Etsy Shop www.sandracraftycardz.etsy.com and I also have a shop on Ebay
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Well seem to be getting my blog back under control! Comments are hopefully being able to be left by everyone! My friends over at docrafts have been a great help, popping over and updating me on what happens for them! I quite like the blog layout at the moment, although am not to sure whats happening at the very top of the page! to me it looks like a massive white border with SandraCraftyCardz etc etc am sure it wasn't like that before! Am hoping also that the page is loading quicker too, had a few reports earlier that it was very slow to load.
Had enough for today with this blog sorting lark! So am going to try and get a couple of cards made! Can't believe I have spent so much time flaffing about!
Thanks again everyone and keep updating me if you have any problems etc!
To convert a pdf file to jpeg is quite simple and very quick to use.
Firstly I need you to open up your pdf file, I use adobe and this tutorial is based around Adobe.
So once you have your file open, go to Edit and look down the menu until you see the camera icon,take a snapshot. Click onto this so you get the tick your mouse icon will change to a target icon, click anywhere onto your pdf file and it will go blue, a window will pop up that says the selected area has been copied, click ok.
Next open up Paint which comes with all windows systems and is located under accessories, once you have paint open, click edit and then paste, your file will appear onto your Paint screen!!!
All you have to do now is save it as a jpeg and there you have your jpeg file already to go into Silhouette Studio to be traced!
I have used adobe and paint programmes as these are on most peoples computers already.
Good luck and any problems then please dont' hesitate to contact me.