New script – Ghost Date

cass-GhostDateYou always need to find something different and original to add a date to a project. This is one of those unusual options.

The Paitnshop Pro script will help you create a date where the actual number will be the focus while the month and the year will overlap and cutout from the number. Even better, you can choose ANY font for each of the elements.

The year, at the bottom, is only optional.

The end result is a single raster layer so you can use it as is, colorize it, use it as a mask and more. It is a great idea to create journaling cards for a “Project Life” or to date photos in a “Project 365”.

In fact, you can also use other words than months. For example, you can use the word MONTH, or WEEK, or GRADE to associate with other kinds of numbers.

Grab this script in the store: Ghost Date.

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cass-GhostDate-2014inReviewFor a sample, this week, i went a bit outside of the box with the script: i didn’t create an actual date.

Instead of a date, i put the year, and instead of the month, i used the word “in review”.

This is a great time to create a layout (even a double size layout) with the highlights of the year, things you want to remember, people you met, places you visited. Then, you can use this element as a title on top, or why not in the middle?

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If you create such a year in review project, remember to show us!

4 thoughts on “New script – Ghost Date”

  1. This script looks SO cool! I love the way the letters flow over each other. I am thinking I would like to make a graduation/2014 (or my college’s name and then Grad 2014) that I could use for my graduation layouts/photos I’ll be doing soon!

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