My Favorite Christmas Movie Printable
We all have a favorite Christmas movie and mine is an oldie but goody. It is a black and white film which has been colorized. Involves a family on hard times, with an angel named Clarence. Did you guess, It's A Wonderful Life? You are right. What is your favorite movie during this time of cheer? Let me show you how easy it is to make a Printable for your house with Pic Monkey.
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Choose Design in Pic Monkey to start your project. There will be colors, textures and so much more to pick from while creating your printable. You can even develop your own design. Above I added two corners turned each one then centered them to my page. I wanted to make soft angel wings for the background. These are only a suggestion in the background so I faded the wings to let the words have more prominence.
The font was found in Winterland. I varied the sizes and fonts until I felt the quote was pleasing to my eyes. After I decided on the font and color I centered the words on the page.
This final step in the creative process was adding depth to the quote with a drop down shadow, giving the appropriate credit to the movie and designing a border. Now all that's left is saving the printable to your photos before pressing print in the size you would like in your home.
As I was working on this post I found out something new about my favorite movie. This is the most missed line in the film. I hope you will watch the movie to find out why. Remember my question way back at the beginning of this post. Leave a message in the comments so we can all watch each others favorite Christmas movie.
Question of the day- What is your favorite Christmas Movie?
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