Lettering Delights Announced Today That the Company is Celebrating its 7th Anniversary with a Special Giveaway of Seven Items

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Lettering Delights, developer of on-line full-color alphabets and creative delights browser, announced today that the company is celebrating its 7th anniversary with a special give-away of seven items. The company has produced samples of seven crafts that can be easily created using the free items.

Lettering Delights, developer of online full-color alphabets and creative delights browser, announced today that the company is celebrating its 7th anniversary with a special give-away of seven items.

"We are thrilled to celebrate our seven years in business and would like to thank our Lettering Delights users all over the world who have helped us reach this milestone with this special give-away," stated Doug Larson, founder of Lettering Delights' parent company, Inspire Graphics. "We look forward to many more years of creating unique down-loadable graphics that will exceed our customers' expectations."

The "alphabet" is the company's flagship product. Larson defines the product: "Alphabets take fonts to the extreme. Each letter is a full-color illustration or image that can be used with any creative project (titles, embellishments, etc.) Used in tandem with our creative browser, Alphabets are quick and easy to use."

Lettering Delights' customers have the ability to type a word or phrase they need in full-color and are able to print it off and have it ready to immediately embellish their craft or scrapbooking projects. While Lettering Delights prided itself on selling lettering products, like fonts as well as alphabets, it has enjoyed the recent success of offering complimentary clipart in their Journaling Delights sets.

"Our customers were very anxious to get the clipart embellishments that match their favorite alphabets," says Larson.

In conjunction with the anniversary, Lettering Delights has seven fun and creative suggestions for alphabets and clipart. Log on to http://www.creativedelights.com/letteringdelights/celebrate7.php to see finished examples.

One: Make decorative recipe cards or a recipe scrapbook. Not only is this project a fun way to showcase your favorite recipes in a decorative way that looks great in your kitchen, it makes wonderful gifts for family and friends. A good suggestion is to make your page smaller than the traditional 12"x12" scrapbook size. If you use regular letter-sized, 8.5"x11" paper, you won't need to trim and it fits nicely into most kitchen shelves or recipe book holders. If you don't want to go all out and do the whole book, just make a cute and creative card to accompany a cupcake or another homemade treat from your kitchen. Lettering Delights' Journaling Delights sets have several pre-designed photo boxes and tags that would work perfectly for a recipe.

Two: Make a creative idea binder. For creative people, this is a perfect place to store your imaginative ideas that you want to remember. Instead of just folding over page corners in your magazines and catalogs, cut out or copy the images and adhere them to pages in your binder. Have plenty of blank sheets for taking notes on ideas you want to remember when you are out shopping or searching the web. Include some envelope pages too for clippings too big to adhere to a page. Having a "one-stop shopping" area for your creative eye saves a lot of time in the long run.

Three: Don't just send a boring e-mail or letter to family and friends. Let your creativity shine by creating a newsletter that is a work of art. If you do it by hand, make sure you scan in a copy so you can either mail it to others or keep one for yourself. Back your photos with our Lettering Delights photo ploppers or Journaling Delights and include appropriate clipart to embellish.

Four: You don't have to be an artist to make your own cards. Not only does Lettering Delights sell ready-to-print cards, you can use the elements of a Journaling Delights set to create a card in a matter of minutes. Use one of the journaling boxes and a matching alphabet or font of your choice, print, fold, and you have a personalized card that looks like you spent hours.

Five: One of the easiest and most fun things to create as a little gift to brighten someone's day is a special candy bar to fit the need, whatever it is. (When does chocolate not fit the need?). Choose a Lettering Delights digital background paper to wrap the candy bar and conceal any original wrapping. Then use a Lettering Delights alphabet to personalize the top. If this project seems too complicated or time consuming for you... try a ready-made Lettering Delights candy bar wrapper. There are many designs and themes to choose from to suit your needs.

Six: Make your chore chart something fun to look at. A chore is a chore, but the chore chart can sure make chores look more fun. Giving your children something colorful and creative to fill in might be just the motivation they need to get their chores done.

Seven: Make a small gift look more regal by adding a personalized gift tag. You can make one from scratch or get a head start with a Lettering Delights Journaling Delight set. A simple candle, a home-baked good, even a small candy looks a lot more thoughtful with a special gift tag.

Download Lettering Delights special 7th anniversary super seven party gift at http://www.creativedelights.com/letteringdelights/celebrate7gifts.php.


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