What better way to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday than having a nice sign in your window or door that has a warm welcome for Thanksgiving guests. The best part of Thanksgiving aside from the food has to be the friends and family. Even if we are to far away to see one another we still call and say Happy Thanksgiving. We always have to catch up and share what everyone just got finished stuffing themselves with last as well as what they will be eating next.
I thought it would be fun to print something to put on my front door this year. I have a few ideas what I want to put but as of yet I have not decided just what I want it to say. I can go with the formal Happy Thanksgiving. I could go for the down home version of, Happy Thanksgiving ya all. I can even go with Welcome and just have a picture of a pumpkin or cornucopia or some thing seasonal. I could even just have the words Happy Thanksgiving. One thing is for sure I will be busy trying to make and pick a new picture to print for my door before November 26th, 2009. I better get busy times a wastin.
How to print your Thanksgiving Pictures
1. Click on the image you want to save to open it in a new widow at full size.
2. Right click and save the picture you would like to print
3. Using any photo software program, my favorite is Irfanview. Make sure you have the picture stretched to fit a printable page size. If you want to print a full page size. If you want to re-size it go ahead and do that. I have kept the pictures large because when you re-size things larger from a small picture it tends to blur.
4. Go ahead and click on your print, decided if you want to print the picture landscape or portrait and then click print.
I hope this works for you. If there are pictures you are looking for but just can not find leave me a comment let me know I might be able to help. If there is a picture you like but want different wording or colors let me know I would be more than happy to help you.
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