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may the odds be ever in your favor - The Hunger Games. I loved the book, hope the movie lives up to it
A better pin of the Katniss poster. Printing this tomorrow.
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May the odds be ever in your favor. #Hunger #games #quote
Hunger Games Arrow May the Odds Be Ever in Your Favor poster / print. This is a copycat version I made of one found floating around on Pinterest that's no longer available. This is free for use and not intended for sale. Printable Hi-res jpeg, 16" x 20". #freeprintable
Hi! I was wondering what program you use to create these? They're all so gorgeous!
Thanks so much! I use Photoshop CS3. I have no formal training in design. There's free fonts all over the internet. You can use websites like dreamstime.com to find cheap or free photos to manipulate.
Oh wow, thank you so much!
LOVE THIS! WHERE IS THE TUTORIAL?
The Hunger Games Tributes by CleverGirlShoppe on Etsy, $28.00
Panem Propaganda --- makes me want to create more....(also...if you click to go to the actual link...don't read the comments if you are a literate Hunger Games fan...you'll just be annoyed)
I don't always like books that are turned into movies, but books that are turned into movie posters generally make me smile.
So clever! Maybe not the right thing for MY house as I am not such a huge Hunger Games fan, but it's still a cute printable.
The Hunger Games (Screen Printed Poster) ~thesequietsounds on etsy watch this movie free here: realfreestreaming...
Cool HUNGER GAMES art. A pair of posters. One for the Mellark Bakery and the other for The Hob. #hungergames #mellark
The Hunger Games
May The Odds Be Ever In Your Favor BLACK by ParamountPacific, $12.00
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minimalist poster by Risa Rodil via the chic-type blog
Millie and me instantly became friends. She was in the games a few years ago and she narrowly survived. There was another kid in the games from district 1 named cooper, and as he pulled back the bow and arrow, a branch fell on him.