Does anyone out there know how to fix a problem I am having with the line spacing on my blog? After every picture I post it staggers the text beneath it...
I googled how to fix it, but I am unsure of where to go to do what they are recommending...I'm not too blog savvy! lol Everything I have learned up to this point has been thanks to my CTMH upline, Bobby!
This is what I have found:
If the text beside the images does not occupy the same amount of space that the image beside it does then the text wrapping will continue and the images and text that follow will have a staggered appearance. To prevent the staggered effect what you do is insert the following snippet of code into the HTML editor after each image/text pair:
<br style="clear:both;" />
Whatever that means...lol
Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated because this is driving my OCD nuts!!! hahaha
Sunday, June 17, 2012
When I saw this card made by Mary from Cardz TV, I instantly fell in love with it!
I thought it was absolutely adorable and the sentiment was a perfect fit for a
card from my 8 month old to give to his daddy today!
The sentiment is from a stamp set called Father's Day which is made by Mary! I did not know this before I made the card, otherwise I would have definately ordered the set from her! I loved the saying so much that I did something out of the ordinary for me and printed it off of my computer to add to the card...I have never done this before because I prefer the look of a stamped image so much better...in my mind, stamping adds a more personal touch and it looks more "handmade" than computer fonts...but that's just my opinion of course! I don't think it looks too bad on this card, but it was either that or NOTHING! lol
I also really loved the papers she used because they went so well with the sentiment, but unfortunately I did not have anything similar, so I came as close as I could to Mary's by making my
own paper with the Imagine! The Imagine is often my lifesaver! lol For both the background paper and the blue "ruler" strip of paper I used the Black and White Pattern Cricut Imagine cartridge by Teresa Collins. This cartridge is fantastic and makes great background papers! What I love about it the most is the variety you get when you use colored paper instead of white as I did for the brown numbered background.
Before I go I just want to wish all you Father's out there a very Happy Father's Day!!! I was very blessed to have an amazing father for 24 years of my life until he was called home by God unexpectedly. I miss him every day and look forward to the day when I will see him again.
Enjoy your day!
Friday, June 1, 2012
June Special: Buy any two acrylic stamp sets* (sizes A, B, C, D, or E) and get one (of equal or lesser value) absolutely FREE-a savings of up to $29.95 per set! There is no limit to the number you can buy!
If you do not already have a consultant and would like to place an order, go to:
Offer valid through June1-30, 2012.
*Stamp sets that count toward the qualifying purchase and available for FREE include full-priced A, B, C, D, and E sets only. Customizable (K-size) stamps, Workshops on the Go™, Cricut® collections, and Stamp of the Month sets do not count as qualifying purchases and are not available as free sets. Offer valid June 1–30, 2012. Tax and shipping/handling may apply. The lowest priced set(s) in the entire order will be the free set(s).