Product Spotlight: Painted Love: An Illustrated Alphabet

Product Spotlight: Painted Love: An Illustrated Alphabet



Some embellishments were designed to help your products and creativity soar; this incredible hand painted acrylic alphabet is no exception. Each letter (and ampersand) comes as a Photoshop PSD with a transparent background, so the possibilities of how you choose to embellish your images, marketing materials and products are truly limitless. Each easy-to-apply design can be used to customize portraits, cards, albums, and even gift tags beautifully, without losing precious studio time. Perfect for: Newborn portraits, monogramming, blog posts, birthdays, announcements, album covers, showpiece canvases, studio wall clings and props and marketing materials.

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