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I specialize in computer crafting: designing anything from greeting cards to wrapping paper in Broderbund`s The Print Shop, PrintMaster or American Greetings CreataCard. I can answer questions on design, fonts, layout, construction, how to build templates and how to assemble designs into finished products. I use a wide range of crafting materials in my completed designs and can refer people to great products that will help make their crafts professional and unique.

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Levi Strauss, Lingual House, Addison Wesley, General Electric, Macy's, Charles Schwab, AT&T, Pacific Bell, Riverdeep (Broderbund Software), Sandia National Laboratories

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Avi07/18/12101010Perfect solution! Thanks Valerie
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Recent Answers from Valerie Randall

2009-03-11 Fabric Transfer paper:

Hi Stacy,    I don't know enough about it, so I simply Googled "Fabric transfer paper Laserjet" and many options came up. It looks like there is paper created specifically for a laserjet printer.     I

2009-02-16 Gift wrapping paper:

Just because you can design doesn't mean you should start a business without some realistic research and goals. Understanding the market, your competitors and how you'll make money doing this are more

2008-07-29 freelance craft work:

Hi Ruth,    No commercial experience need not be a stumbling block, you have to start somewhere. I looked at your site and I think you have great talent.    Payment in this industry depends on many things

2008-03-10 Handmade cards and Personalized tags:

Hi Jill,    I'll suggest going to Scrap Girls at There you can find card templates and many materials to craft cards and more digitally. You can print the finished products out and

2007-09-25 iron on transfer paper:

No, the iron-on transfer paper is designed to chemically react with the ink from the computer. Drawing onto the paper will not work. Have them paint or draw on the t-shirt with fabric inks/pens which can


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