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Ultimate Guide to Social Media Images sizes

Posted by Ilse Joubert on

Sprout Social's Elizabeth Arens has a great, always up-to-date guide to all images sizes for different social media platforms. I am happy to refer you to their website! They cover sizes for: Facebook Twitter Instagram LinkedIn Pinterest Youtube Tumblr  

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How to edit a Purchased Invitation in Corjl

Posted by Ilse Joubert on

Here is a great quick start video that shows you how to easily edit a purchased invitation template in Corjl. Please also try a demo (link found in my listing descriptions) before you buy.  Good news! If you are on a mobile device, you can still edit your invitation with Corjl! Please watch this video to show you how.

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How to pair fonts

Posted by Ilse Joubert on

Make great SVG files and designs by using your fonts correctly. Affiliate links to fonts used in my video: Floaties Catherine Sherman Night in Sidney Molly Script Affiliate links to images: Dreamstime

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Where to buy blanks for vinyl crafts

Posted by Ilse Joubert on

Whether you are looking for Yeti cups, Raglan shirts, Cute baby animals or clothes, burlap items or whatever else to apply your vinyl to, below is a great list of places to buy blanks for vinyl crafts. *Please note my Amazon link is an affiliate link. USA only Blank Apparel Blank Shirts Jiffy Shirts Shirt Space The Deal Rack Save a Cup PID Blanks Birthday in a Box Michaels My Vinyl Direct Amazon Craft Chameleon Hobby Lobby Crafters Wholesale Superstore Carter's USA + other countries Wordans Dollar Tree Target Walmart You may also like my post on where to buy vinyl, glitter and HTV. Stuck...

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Using Glyphs with Fonts (swashes, swirls + extras)

Posted by Ilse Joubert on

Glyphs are also sometimes called Alternates, Swooshes, Swashes, Swirls and Extras. Basically a glyph is the variety of different designs of the same character, or it can also be illustrations, or special characters, like hearts, flowers and flourishes. *My post contains affiliate links. Let's look at an example: One of my favourite fonts with a huge variety of glyphs is called Asmara. Below is an example of the alternate glyphs for the letter A. Also note the glyphs for interacting with other characters. Missy Meyer wrote a fantastic post about the difference between OTF and TTF (OpenType and TrueType) font formats. In short, if you have the OTF (OpenType) format,...

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