Thursday, June 4, 2009

Graduation Photo Masks FREE for Digital Scrapbookers

My sister, and our parents, on her graduation from Brooklyn Law School.
(digital paper & brushes by Amber Clegg)

It's JUNE! That means graduations so I decided to put together a set of graduation-themed digital photo masks. I used one of them for the layout about. I chose to leave the words in their original black and filled just the rectangle with my photo. I added a thin white stroke to the mask. I have also personalized this photo mask by adding my sister's name and changing the year.

Here is a set of 7 graduation-themed photo masks for you FREE (for a limited time). Download today because the link will expire in a week or so; of course, you'll still be able to get them after that from my online store. Included in the download is a tutorial on how to use the masks!

Here's a preview of all seven photo masks:

download from 4shared
or
download from mediafire

{Sorry, links have expired but you can still get these masks here! AND you can still get a personalized mask FREE with your purchase!}

The 8th mask in this second set of previews has been personalized, and is included just as an example of another way to use the mask. As a BONUS, I will personalize any one of these masks for you, with the name of your graduate! This offer is limited to the first 10 people so don't delay, send me an email today! **Update!! I underestimated the response to the personalized photo masks; many more people would like one that I ever thought! I'm pleased! So I'm extending my offer to the first 30 people!***

(Patamomma, send me an email with the name you would like - I've saved you a spot!)

*Update: if you'd like a personalized mask please be sure to send me an email (use the "contact me" link on the sidebar of my blog) with your email address so that I can send you the mask. Thx!

Oh, and did I mention my photo masks (and all my digital products) are copyright-free??!! No worries about whether or not you can use them as a scrapbooker for hire, or for creating kits to sell. Credit is appreciated but not required. See my most recent Terms of Use for more details.

Enjoy the photo masks, and happy scrappin' to ya!

13 comments:

CreativeBusyHands-Scrapbook Freebies Search said...

Thank you so much for this Freebie. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in Creative Busy Hands Scrapbook Freebies Search List, under the Graduation post on Jun. 05, 2009. Thanks again.

Sibylle said...

Thank you for these great masks. I have a graduate so these will be wonderful!

Anonymous said...

really nice , thanks a lot :-) !

Kikkinkreations said...

I would love one of these with the name Allie. Thanks so much for sharing!

Diane said...

Oh my gosh! How nice of you. I would love to have one of these with the name Shannon. Thank you so much.
If you don't get 10 requests & would consider doing 2 for me... I would love to have one with the name Derrick as well, but if not, that is fine.

All the other masks are great as well. Thank you for sharing them.
Diane

Leaonna said...

thanks so much for sharing your work with us....its greatly appreciated and I can really use these for my sons graduation
xoxoxo

Lisa said...

Wow, these are great! Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful talent. I would love one with the name Matthew, and if lucky enough to get another, would love one with the name Sarah.

Patamomma said...

Wow these are terrific! I would love a personalized one, but, I'm sure I'm late..lol. Thanks so much for generously sharing your wonderful work. Patty

Deborah W said...

Patamomma, I've extended this offer to the first 30 people, and I've saved you a spot! Send me an email with the name you would like!

Deborah

Scrappinali said...

These are wonderful, I have been looking for something unique to use with the photos of my niece that graduated last month. Her name is Cara. Thanks so much for sharing these,

Michele said...

These are so cool! Thank you for offering this! :-)

Shanners said...

these are great! Thank you!

Rachel said...

Thanks so much for these photo masks! I could use one for my daughter, Allison!