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I could use a quilt like this today--we're hitting the mid-40's--brrrrrrrr.....
Quilted hearts! I love hearts - - and to get them all shapes and sizes and patterns is an extra treat! thanks so much, Pat!
I'm glad you liked them--thanks, Mandy.
Lovely assortment of patterned and coloured hearts - thanks Pat.
Thanks so much, Ardy--hugs back!
Saved your loving hearts for last of your puzzles today, Pat. Thank you. It's very lovely. ((HUGS))
You are so welcome Pat! I'm glad I could help you with something about using your computer. I've never tried any of the various applications to create art, so when I finally get a computer at home get ready for a barrage of questions from me! (I linked to your first clipboard puzzle and it's a blast!)
My first try with the clipboard--thanks again, Katie!!!
Aha! Yes, I remember now, because I do that when I want to stretch a loony--copy it, then paste it through the clipboard onto a bigger canvas, or when I make the kaleido collages! I just tried it, and it took me a few minutes to figure out that I couldn't just click on clipboard in LunaPic with my own image copied, and have it work that way, but had to click on "edit clipboard", and add it that way, but it worked!!! Thanks so much, Katie!
I can help - I use the clipboard all time. It's where you copy things and then paste them somewhere else. (Like a question from one test to another, or clip art from a collection then added to anything.) This applies to all Windows software. First highlight or just choose something by clicking on it, then click "Copy" or if you don't see the copy icon just hold the Ctrl key and press C. Your item is on the clipboard. Go to the new location where you want what is copied and click on "Paste" or if you don't have the icon just hold the Ctrl key and press V. Let me know if you understand and can make it work for you!
Thanks, Katie! Again, it's a heart puzzle I posted before, and now reworked with those LunaPic patterns, and I'm going to have to learn how to use my own patterns (LunaPic does offer the option of using what you put on a clipboard, so now I just have to figure out how to put things on a clipboard, whatever that is...!), because these are getting repetitious, I'm afraid.
LOVE this one Pat!