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fun & edgy dvd cases for high school seniors

Photoshop High School Senior DVD Case TemplatesToday's fan share comes from Kristi of Kristi Montague Photography. She writes, "I combined multiple page templates from the Organic Paradise Album Templates to create a CD case for a senior. I also added some free floral graphics I found online. These templates are so versatile! I was able to move the page frames around to place multiple photos on each page, and change the colors to match my client's clothes better. I love the collage feel of everything and it makes it really easy to blend different elements together to make a new page design."

Thanks for sharing, Kristi, and enjoy your $75 shopping spree on us~




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