kiss & tell photo borders are here!

Photoshop Photo & Proof Border TemplatesAmazingly delectable and as dainty as a butterfly kiss on the cheek, these six stunners from Design Aglow will knock your knee socks off. Each proof border comes to suit in 6 standard image sizes and allow for limitless customization. So sweet, you'll create reasons to find time alone with these charmers.

PERFECT FOR: • Weddings, engagement shoots, children, fine art, and marketing materials. • Digital mat on framed photos • Proof album • Any display album up to 10×10 • Loose proofs PRODUCT DETAILS: • Six lovely designs • Included action applies border to 6 image sizes: 4×6, 5×5, 5×7, 8×8, 8×10 and 10×10 • Fully layered, vector PSD files included for unlimited customization • Included action makes inserting your pre-cropped images fully automatic ”“ takes just seconds • Insert images one at a time or run a batch • Compatible with Photoshop CS or newer, Windows and Mac *Special thanks to Tinywater Photography for the lovely images.

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