A quick post and super quick project today for my daughter's bedroom door.
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I print and cut the Alice in Wonderland alphabet file using my Pazzles Studio Pro software. Using the try me tool, I typed out Alice and saved it in high resolution to my computer. The file comes in .png format which does not work well with the Pazzles software. So, I opened up the file in Photoshop and saved it as a .jpeg file and then imported it into my Pazzles software. I then autotraced around the letters and followed the process for Print and Cut.
I also imported the cute Alice in Wonderland from the graphics file, autotraced around the image, then Print and Cut.
I used Avery Decorative Transfers from my local Staples supplier which worked a treat. They are re-positional and do not mark the furniture.
I cut the letters out individually and positioned them on my daughter's bedroom door.
For fun, I also print & cut the cute graphic file of Alice in Wonderland.
Being 12 yrs old she didn't appreciate the image but the beauty of the Avery Decorative Transfers is that you can easily remove them. I am glad to say she did approve of the name on her door!
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