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August 18, 2008

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daisy janie / scoutie girl

What an adorable idea! And it DOES look one of the magazine-word collages!! I like the words "Guinness" and "V8" in there - 2 of my faves. Esp. when the latter is served as a bloody mary. :)
Hope you had a nice vacation!

Stephanie

Great project. My daughter just sent her spoonflower fabric to me. She's the designer, I'm the sewer. Not sure what I'll do yet but the pillow is a great idea since I have a fat quarter.

jessica

I love it!!! That is too fun!

Sooz Wilson

I love it... I want to design fabric so badly that might be a good way for me to try and get started... thanks!

Michele C

As soon as I saw "How About Orange"'s post on wordle, I commented that now I might be able to make some spoonflower fabric since I don't know photoshop. Well, at least I know it was a good idea; both you and spoonflower have done it! -- Michele

Tonya

I LOVE IT.

Heather

I was experimenting today with wordle and guess what? You can save your wordle as a PDF then open it in Illustrator as a vector file. There are instructions on the Wordle FAQ page for Mac and PC. No more recreating the whole thing . . .

collette

gah! i love this. i like wordle but i also couldn't figure out how to save a hr copy and i wanted to punch the screen after ten minutes. i'm still wondering what the secret is?
this is a great idea. you know you can just add in the words of your choice as well on wordle. this would make a really unique little giftie for friends and my mum too.
yeah i know i've jabbered on here. :)

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