hand drawn photo frame studio sign

Hand Drawn Frame SignHand Drawn Frames for PhotoshopToday's share comes from Chantena of Bubbles n Puddles Photography. She says, "I really wanted to do something fun and unique with my signs for my studio. I love the Hand Drawn Photo Frames - Pen & Ink Collection and use them as much as I can. I laid it out the way I wanted in Photoshop and took it to my local sign company. Once they printed the signs, I had them trim the edges to show the detail in the Pen & Ink drawing. I love it because its unique, and I still haven't seen a sign as cute and unique as mine. It stands out from the rest of the signs in my area and I get tons of compliments on them!

Thanks for the great share, Chantena, and enjoy your $75 shop credit~




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