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Book folding – Class Of …

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Brandysmom, who commented on an older post, mentioned she thought that a pattern for CLASS OF would be cool, to use in conjunction with numbers, for a decorative item at a class reunion.  Great idea, and so funny she mentioned The Class of 1976, my own high school graduation date! Well, how could I pass on that?

I just quickly did a couple of fonts, Gabo Drive, as it is big and bold, but with character, and Habano, cause people always ask for that one!

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and I did the numbers as well.  Gabo Drive

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Habano ST

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Now I do these for free, so they aren’t as easy to use as the ones you will pay for.  You will have to cut out the numbers and assemble your date, either physically with scissors or digitally with some software. But once you do, the rest is the same as usual.  Brandysmom suggests doing the CLASS OF on one book and the date on another.  Much easier than a multi-line version.

Get the CLASS OF pattern here

Get Gabo Drive numbers here

Get Habano numbers here

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I know I have been missing in action for a while.  We are still dealing with the house purchase.  That won’t necessarily be a good thing for blogging, as then it’ll be all about the sorting, decluttering and packing, but at least there will be a light at the end of the tunnel!

6 thoughts on “Book folding – Class Of …

  1. MaryAnne,
    Would it be possible to do a few images like the ones below?
    The other question I have is do you have a blog where you talk about how to do spacers between letters?

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  2. Hi Maryanne Thanks for the regular posts. Thought I’d share a pic of my first attempt from the templates you sent in January. Regards, Graham.[cid:92121b98-0de4-4f1b-b3a5-de72ce383369]

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  3. ooh, good luck with the house purchase x

  4. in which program do these patterns as on paper

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