Monday Window – 44

Holiday Window

Some four years ago I presented a workshop on some of the surprisingly powerful tools in Microsoft Office Word by creating a holiday greeting card as the demonstration. The presentation used a photo of the “Tenant House” at McDaniel Farm Park in Duluth, Georgia. In a “Thursday Doors” post, Four modest doors,  I already showed this charming old building. For the holiday season the park decorates the building with a holiday wreath on the door. I used a photo from November 2011 for my card, actually a modified version that came out of a cloning tool demo (see rocks under the house in the finished card? – Cloned!).

The workshop taught how to draw rectangles over the window panes in Paint, then in Word how to insert another photo of a Christmas tree. How to place the tree photo so it is underneath with the window panes made transparent. The powerful text tools in Word provided the greeting overlay. And there you have a “holiday window”, festive and friendly. Happy Holidays!

 

 

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