i love | storyboards

I admit it.

I have a problem.

I love storyboards.

Okay, make that I loooooooooove storyboards.

They make gathering photos and placing them all nice and neat so much faster . . . and it’s more flexible!

Gone are the days of measuring the various sizes you need, cropping them, and then printing them (or vice versa) . . . and . . . oh . . . oops, I made a mistake and have to start all over. I had many of those days!

That’s why I can never have enough storyboards (aka photo templates).

And the beauty with my more recent kits is that you can now–with the click of an eyeball (on your Layer, silly)–choose to have a frame with straight corners, rounded corners, or no frame at all. Don’t want it black? No worries. Just use your Paint Bucket tool on the frame layer and ‘fill’ it in with the color you need.

Variety. You know me. :)

Take a look at the brand new Storyboard #5.

[ Layered PSD files to work in PS/PSE ]

This set is a mix of different styles, including a couple contact-style sheets for 4×6 photos. Great for using with Project Life! And if you want more variations on 4×6 photo templates to use with Project Life, check out Snapshots 1 and Snapshots 2.


And in case you were wondering, YES, this kit is on sale too!
It’s normally $10–on sale for $7. Today only though!


In addition, all storyboard templates are on sale today for 30% off

You can find them all under this link HERE.

[ Refer to the Tutorials link in the menu above for how to use these templates. ]


And here’s a little reminder at what’s on sale each day (and that day only)
for the rest of the week.


And just so you can see them in action?
Here’s a few that Nichol Magouirk has shared on the ol’ blog.

[ click on images to take you to original post for details ]

I think Nichol may be addicted too. ;)

And if you’re noticin’, those three pages also happen to focus on three of the This+That series: Autumn, School + Christmas/Past.

2017-02-07T18:28:16+00:00 February 7th, 2012|photo templates|4 Comments

4 Comments

  1. Pamela K. February 7, 2012 at 4:23 am

    Oooh! I love these, too! Look forward to using these!

  2. CarolineD February 7, 2012 at 8:11 am

    I’m pretty certain that the only thing better than a new set of storyboards is a new set of storyboards ON SALE.

    Thanks Kerri!

  3. Vicki February 7, 2012 at 8:54 am

    I looked on your site but couldn’t figure out–are all the story boards 8.5×11??? or do we resize them to what we need??

    • Kerri February 7, 2012 at 10:01 am

      Vicki,
      They are all different sizes, but generally ranging between 8″-10″ at the largest size so you can print them at home or wherever. And yes, they can be resized. Some of the kits do indicate the sizes on the composite example, like the Snapshots. And Storyboard #4 has on the composite example that they are all 8.5×11″ in size. But again, these can be resized as needed. If you click on the storyboard you’re interested in, it will take you to a larger version of it in the store so you can read the text better on the image. Then, you can also follow the “Want More Info” link and it will take you to the original post about it.

      Hope that helps. :)
      Kerri

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