Molly, this is kinda hard to read. Your background is pretty textured and that causes a conflict. I'd suggest playing around with different colors and styles of font as well as type of font. [styles being things like bold/underline/italics/embossed/engraved/etc..] Also, what photo editing program do you use? If you have Photoshop Elements or something similar, then you could actually create a 'box' and just make that part of the background be a lower opacity so the picture will still be there, but the text will be easier to work with. Those are just some suggestions; I'd love to help you if you have any questions!
Thank you for your suggestions, Ruth Ann!I though since the background was a little blurry, it might show up 'okay'... but I agree, there is too much texture in it.I'll try playing with the styles some more... I use Photoshop Elements 5.0. How would you create the box exactly? I can do a lot of the 'basic editing', but I'm not a pro yet! :-)What editing program do you use?Thanks again!!
Molly, can you give me your email address? It'll be easier to send you an email with explanations and such!
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