Today's share comes from Lucie of Lucie XYZ Photography.Â She writes, "I designed this 4x8 accordion book from a boudoir session with the help of Le Petit Jardin Borders. I used the borders sparingly throughout the album to make them stand out, with other images having a simple keyline or a full page spread. I use the black borders on the white pages and changed it to white on black pages. I usually mix and match the different border designs as they are all really cute and go well together. I love it because the borders are easy to use and add a nice touch to my products."
Thanks for the lovely share, Lucie! Enjoy your $75 gift certificate in the shop~
Invoking fresh spring in a blooming garden, Le Petit Jardin borders will bring forth memories of fanciful, barefoot mornings and dainty eyelet dresses. Simply insert your images into any of the five tempting templates, and cultivate even happier clients while sowing sales. Regardless the application, from fine art, to marketing materials, to albums, to Save the Date cards, these beauties will add a little spring in your step and a beautiful bouquet to your already stunning images. PERFECT FOR: • Weddings, engagement shoots, children, fine art, and marketing materials. • Digital mat on framed photos • Proof album • Any display album up to 10x10 • Loose proofs PRODUCT DETAILS: • Five lovely designs • Included action resizes bordered file to 6 sizes: 4x6, 5x5, 5x7, 8x8, 8x10 and 10x10 • Fully layered Photoshop PSD files included for unlimited customization • Included action makes inserting your 2:3 ratio images fully automatic - takes just seconds • Insert images one at a time or run a batch • Compatible with Photoshop CS or later Windows and Mac
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