Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Tutorial on Fleur de Lis blog labels.

Nothing more French than the Fleur de Lis. The Lily flower is present in France History and has many meanings.
I used this frame from the Graphic Fairy.
Copy the picture on the small size. 
Download it on Photoshop.
Use your writing tool and write your title. I used the Ravie font on 30pt.

save it for Web.
On your blog. Go to Design. Add a gadget. Add a picture. Download the picture, add the link to your Facebook page and save.
Drag the picture on the design page where you want it.
Fun! Fun !

Have fun designing your own blog !

I party on my side bar


Julie Harward said...

Very pretty girl...love it! ;D

~ ~ Ahrisha ~ ~ said...

Hi Sweetie~ ~Thanks for the detailed tutorial. I need the details and appreciate them so much. Your a Gem!
~ ~Ahrisha~ ~

Marta G. (A Bilingual Baby) said...

Hi! The symbol is very nice, although my French friends don't like it because they say it stands for the kings of France and they prefer a republic :)
I love your blog!
Best regards from Barcelona,

Kelly said...

Fantastic! Thanks for the tips.


Chyrel Gomez said...

i always read about the fleur de lis in literature.

thanks for the tips. :)

Maria V @SoNailicious said...

Thanks for sharing!!! I was thinking of doing the same to my blog and of course - had no clue how? :) So thank you darling - will implement your advice for sure!
Marusya V

Unknown said...

It also stand for the Godly head...God, Jesus and the Holy ghost...It has many meanings. Have a great day !!

Jayna Rae said...

Very cute!!!!

Jen said...

I just hopped over here from Tip Junkie. This is a great tutorial. I love your fleur de lis design. :)

Ricki Treleaven said...

I am visiting from Faded Charm. What a cute idea! Thanks for posting the tutorial.

Anonymous said...

FABULOUS!!! I have always loved the fleur de lis! HWW

Anonymous said...

Hi Frenchy, found you at White Wednesday, Love your business and blog, the Fluer de Lis is the trademark of my business! Cannot wait to do this application, thank you for sharing
Celeste, thevictoriantailor.blogspot.com

♥ Miss Tea said...

so pretty! thanks for sharing the tutorial, love your blog by the way!:)

Susan at http://tea-diary.blogspot.com

Unknown said...

This is great!! Thanks for the help!! I would love it if you would link this project up to my blog party, A Marvelous Mess....each week I pick one project to feature on my side bar!! Here is the link: http://tinyurl.com/3chfp5t

Bluebirds and Roses said...

Pretty love french chic!

Anonymous said...

That's a greate graphic and will be useful to many people. Thanks for sharing!

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