PDF Markup Tools for Designing a Winter Wonderland


It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Festive music is in the air, there’s a cold chill in the air and snow on the ground. Well, okay maybe there isn’t snow here in Pasadena. But trust me we’ve had a very cold December, by southern California standards, that is.

Anyways, to celebrate the changing season, I thought it was time to share some appropriate PDF markup symbols. After all, as you’re designing your gingerbread houses, snowmen and other wintery décor, you’ll want to keep those plans paperless and in PDF, right?

Go to Bluebeam’s Resources page to download these fun tools!

Go to Bluebeam’s Resources page to download these fun tools!

I made these fun symbols by using Bluebeam’s PDF markup tools, mainly by drawing out and then grouping polygons, ellipses, arcs and curves. For the markups with pairs, like the ice skates, I only drew the symbol once. Then I copied and pasted the symbol onto the PDF again, and used the Flip Horizontal icon on Bluebeam’s Alignment toolbar so I could have a left and right ice skate. Pretty nifty, huh?

You can download these Winter Wonderland Tools, which were made solely by using PDF markup tools in Bluebeam PDF Revu, or download them from our Resources page. And remember, to keep on PDFin’!


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