I love using frames on layouts and when I’m scrapping, I usually search my stash for that one particular frame that would be perfect for the page I’m working on.
Honestly, I think you can never have enough frames in your stash… I like vintage frames, ornamental frames, shabby frames and … torn frames! There are a few torn frame packs around digiland but I’ve always wanted to make my own, and here they are 🙂
These very realistic looking torn photo frames will add a little extra to your digital scrapbooking pages and you will use them over and over again. They’re super easy to use, just clip your photos or favourite papers to the clipping mask, and you’re done.
Included in this pack are 10 layered frames in TIF, PSD and PNG format, in 10 different photo sizes:
2 x 3 in (5,1 x 7,6 cm)
3,5 x 8,1 in (9 x 20,5 cm)
3 x 5 in (7,62 x 12,7 cm)
4 x 6 in (10,2 x 15,2 cm)
4,33 x 5,907 in (11 x 15 cm)
4,5 x 6 in (11,4 x 15,2 cm)
4,7 x 9,3 in (12 x 23,5 cm)
5,12 x 5,12 in (13 x 13 cm)
5,907 x 5,907 in (15 x 15 cm)
5,907 x 7,873 in (15 x 20 cm)
Note to Etsy buyers:
Because of the limited upload size on Etsy, I could not add the TIF files. You will receive the PNG files and the PSD files. However, the TIF files are included in the price, so if you need them, do not hesitate to let me know and I’ll send them to you.
Also new this week, is this cute paperclip alpha pack. I am so excited about it and I had so much fun creating it!
These paperclips will add a unique accent to your digital scrapbooking pages. Use them as fasteners for your photos, papers tags and other paper elements, use them for titles, or just for decoration!
Included in this pack are 4 metal paperclip alphabets (in the colours silver, blue, orange and yellow) and 4 plastic paperclip alphabets (in the colours white, blue, orange and yellow). You will receive complete alphabets (uppercase, numbers and various symbols), all delivered in separate PNG files. For each alphabet you will also receive an all-in-one sheet in PNG format.
Note to Etsy buyers:
Because of the limited upload size on Etsy, I had to split this pack up and remove the all-in-one sheets. I split up the pack but also split up the price, so you will pay the same as if you would purchase the entire pack. If you need the all-in-one sheets, let me know so I can send them to you – they are included in the price.
Some inspiration from my creative team
I asked my creative team to combine both packs in one layout. I love what they did!
And here’s a page I did. That’s my dad and my husband on the pictures, during a visit to the Blockhaus of Eperlecques in Calais in France (August 2015) – really impressive site by the way! I used Acrylic Transitions Mixed Media Paperpack, Things To Do In The Garden Elements, Easter Morning Elements (recoloured), and two buttons from my commercial use pack Button Mix Vol02. (I also used some paint from my contribution to the new Hatchery Collection at The Digichick – release next week!).
Would you like to know how to use paperclips on digital layouts and make it look as if they are really clipped to pictures, papers or elements? Then follow along with my very easy step-by-step tutorial that you can find here.
Here’s a little sneak peek of what’s coming next Thursday at The Digichick:
Have a great week,