custom birthday invitations from hand drawn photo frames

Hand Drawn Photo Frame InvitationsToday's share comes from Tricia of Dunlap Portrait.  She writes, "Using the Hand Drawn Photo Frames - Pen & Ink Collection I created a press printed birthday invite with one photo on front and one on back. I sized it to fit around the photo and it added the perfect finishing touch! I LOVE that all I had to do was spend literally seconds adding a unique border to add a bit of whimsy to this birthday invite. Thank you, DAG!" Thanks for the great share, Tricia! Enjoy your $75 shop credit~ Frame those special faces with these fun and fabulous, hand drawn photo frames. A dozen darling templates add a touch of whimsy to your already special images; and because sizes are vector designs, they can be printed to your specifications in any size! What are you waiting for? Get the lead out and make your images a real draw today! PERFECT FOR: • Albums • Cards • Canvases • Photo Mats • Portfolio Box Covers PRODUCT DETAILS: • 12 beautiful hand drawn photo frames. • Fully layered Photoshop PSD files for unlimited customizations. • Compatible with Photoshop CS3 and newer, Photoshop Elements 6.0 and newer, Windows and Mac. • Vector designs may be printed as large as you like.


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