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    Hi

    Which CD has the best Christmas Robins images on it. My mum has asked me to print some off ... but I can't find any on the CDs I've got.

    Any ideas?

    Many thanks

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    I think Joanna Sheens Christmas CDS have robins on. If you look on her site there maybe more info as to what is on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mjhoughton View Post
    Hi

    Which CD has the best Christmas Robins images on it. My mum has asked me to print some off ... but I can't find any on the CDs I've got.

    Any ideas?

    Many thanks
    I've only just got in from work. If you don't mind waiting I'll have a look through my Christmas cds later - but I have LOADS!!!
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    I can wait ... Thanks for looking x

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    You'd think this would be an easy subject to find on Christmas CDs wouldn't you? Nope! Looks like robins are a rarity on crafting Cds. I have found some but ONE image on each cd - I'm sure you don't want to have to buy loads of cds.
    One of the forum sponsors is Linda Chapman fro Creative Crafting world. Try PMing her and asking which of their cds have robins on. I have found 2 really nice cds on their site and one does have 3 robin images. Magical Christmas Moments - 12.99. The other cd doesn't show any images (although the box looks lovely LOL!) A Winter Walk in the Countryside - 9.99.
    Have you thought of searching on the internet for free images?

    http://all-free-download.com/free-ph...rd_188700.html
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    Thanks so much for taking the time to do this. I will pm Lynda. Thanks again. x

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    I think one of the problems could be that birds, especially robins, are considered unlucky. I know they are in the Barnsley area. Heaven only knows why. Me, I love little birdies, though I have had a bit of love/hate relationship with some of 'em. This is especially so with one nawty lickle robin at Cawthorne cricket ground. He refused to have his photo take. :( He stood there ok, but each time I tried to get him at the correct angle, the little blighter moved round again. This went on for about ten minutes, then he flew off to tell his mates how he had made this silly woman look a complete twit.

    As if that wasn't enough, I was just about to take a piccy of a blue tit, when it decided to fly off. I did once manage to take a decent photo of a goldcrest, though I had to take at least twenty piccies to capture him. The goldcrest is not only the UK's smallest bird, but I reckon it must be the quickest.

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    Always look on the bright side, if you can't find it then polish up the dull side.

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    Hi Melanie. Have you looked on Etsy? They sell digital downloads of all sorts of images.
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    Will have a look when I get home. Thanks x

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    Probably not much use but in my Serif digikits I have 15 robins by themselves.
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