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Thread: Angel Medalion Picture

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    Here is a link to the picture that I used for my Christmas quilt, featuring the Angel Medallion. You will need to clean the picture up and remove parts of it. If you have Microsoft Paint, that worked for me. I also smoothed out the complexion in Photoshop and did other things to it in Photoshop to spruce it up.
    http://nettiebakersfabricblocksandqu...medallion.html
    For those of you who wanted this, it is yours to use. Use it freely. Do not resale it. I gave it to you free, so share it. Also, share all the pictures on my blog. The ones that I repaint won't be up for use. However, the ones that I have listed on here are yours to use freely.

    If you are a Crazy Quilter, you can use just a portion of a picture and tuck in Angel Faces or Angels playing musical instruments.

    If you make something, let me know. A mention on your blog of where you got the image is a good thing. Others will then know how to find more pictures to choose from.

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    neat

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    Senior Member arimuse's Avatar
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    fannie, do you paint it on fabric? or do you inkjet it? How exactly would one go about using it - Im way into angels. sharet

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    I'm not Fannie, but I know how. Download the picture by right clicking and select "save". You can then open it up in a paint program, she uses Microsoft Paint. (I know Fannie, so I know what she does.) After you have sharpened or done whatever you want to the file, you can send the file to someone to print it for you. That is what Fannie does. You can have Fabric On Demand or Spoonflower print it, or, you can use Bubble Jet, google that, and print on your own home computer. There is a Yahoo group for inkjetprinting. They are a great help.

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    This is stunning! I just love it. Thank you for this.

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    Thanks for all the info. It's very helpful. Thanks also for the images.

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    Awesome

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    What a beautiful angel

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    Senior Member arimuse's Avatar
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    ok, I get it, you do print on fabric and then can sew it any way you want, thanks,

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    Hi Arimuse. Yes, what was posted is how to do it, print it, for yourself. You can make it any size you want. Please let all your quilting buddies know. This is a great design and I hope it gets used alot!

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