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Old 08-26-2011, 08:17 AM
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Default **CLOSED** Flower Power script to win

Mr Random picked post #4 as our winner.
Congratulations to Dialyn.
Since she already purchased the script (she could not wait)
she will get a coupon for one future release.
However, I asked Mr Random to pick a second winner
(someone who didn`t buy it yet)
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This is just a fun script to create various flower shapes with some randomness and 3 options:
vector, layered or flat.

What could you do with flower shapes?
Tell me in this thread.

I will be back on Monday night with the name of a winner.
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I would run this script & then use the "Tulle Lace" script on the end result.
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Old 08-28-2011, 08:39 AM
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There's the obvious answer -- make flowers :-). Lots of flowers :-). Also, with a big enough center, cute frames; use the flowers to make a patterned overlay or paper. Make a border of flowers. At the moment, I'm running out of ideas ... I've got "hurricane brain" this morning, I think.
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Default Fun script!!

I couldn't wait to give this one a try. It's great fun. Dianne

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I would so much love this script - Sure could make a lot of pretty flowers!! And make your own shapes gives your so many opportunities - Combined with the VectorTube/brush script!!!

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i love the idea of using them for a frame!
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Love it!!
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Hi Cassel - What a great idea! This looks great! I make a lot of flowers, but I hate making them because it's so labor intensive!

In addition to flowers, which one person already said, I think I'd try to make some little ones and put them all on a string, then individually sort of turn them a little bit every which way to make a flower banner - flower bunting - garland sort of thing. Just maybe 5 or 6 flowers on a sting widely spaced.

My sister has a die-cut flower pad of paper near her telephone for notes and messages. The tips of two petals are squared off where they glue it to make the pad...I wonder how that would translate to digital for a journaling tag? Maybe with a tiny curl at the top? Well, her little notes sure are cute with a little glue for the pad on the top of each piece of paper and an infinitesimal little curl.

Anyway, thanks for the chance
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I use Paintshop Pro 8 and have never tried a script. Would love to have an opportunity to make my own flowers.

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