I created the cover graphic by scanning the fabric to create a *.jpg and then applying the mask to a onesie graphic that I drew in Adobe Illustrator. The covers were color-coded to match the tables.
I filled each page with graphics that I drew or downloaded from the Microsoft Web site and puzzles that I made up.
The last page contained the solutions to each puzzle.
Click here if you'd like to download a copy of this document for your own use. A few notes:
- This document is layed out for duplex printing on my printer, a Canon MX860. You might have to tweak the layout to accommodate your printer.
- The fonts used in the version in the photos are Rosewood, Freebooter Script, and my long-reigning favorite, Century Gothic. I changed everything to Century Gothic in the uploaded version to retain page breaks. You will have to reformat the text to accommodate your own fonts, if necessary.
- I've highlighted all of the data that needs to be customized in yellow.
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