storyboard #6 + a video

I think I may have mentioned before . . .

I can never have enough storyboards!

Did I say that before?
I just can’t remember.

Okay, so yeah, that’s sarcasm. I say it all the time! :)

So when the brain starts swirling in a direction,
ya just gotta go with the flow.

Therefore, I present to you Storyboard #6:

This kit includes a variety of styles. Generally 8″ or 10″ wide (or long)  so that you can print from home or take it to photo printer.

It also includes a fun photobooth template that has square holes so that you can use it for your Instagram-style photos, if’n ya’d like. As well as two 4×6 templates–created with Project Life in mind–so that you can include more photos for any given day or event. Snapshots 1 + 2  would be great for it too.

As with all my recent photo template kits, you can choose to use the template ‘as is’ or add a straight or rounded corner frame. I love being able to decide what I want with just the ‘flick of a switch’, so to speak.

There’s also a couple other templates in this kit that are a little unique. If you look at the example above, you’ll notice that there are two templates where the photos overlap. It’s just kind of  a fun way to add a little personality to your amazing photos. But then there are a few more choices for it than the usual borders. Certain images have a larger border as well as a separate image for that border so that you can add shadows separately to those photos.

They look a little something like this:

and this:

So as you can see, it adds a different dimension to the template. So you can use it the regular way, or add that dimension. Just a fun little twist. :)

I also thought it might be nice to show how to use those two particular templates as well as share a fun little tip on using the borders.  So here’s the video for you to take a look.

2017-09-27T16:15:40+00:00February 16th, 2012|photo templates, video tutorials|5 Comments


  1. Terri Marchbanks February 16, 2012 at 10:16 am

    Kerri I ordered the new storyboard It says can’t find it I never got email so Please let me know before I go hittin the paypal button again lol lol xo love it by the way

  2. Rhadonda February 16, 2012 at 1:02 pm

    Genius girl, just genius. I love it when your brain swirls.

  3. Alisha Barton February 16, 2012 at 3:00 pm

    I love the templates but every time I try and print them they never fit on an 8×10. I don’t have a printer at home any suggestions

    • Kerri February 17, 2012 at 8:11 am

      Hey Alisha!
      I think I’m going to do a little mini video about this, but in the interim what you could do to be assured you get it to print on within an 8×10 photo sheet is save your storyboard composite as a new JPG, create a new document that’s 8×10, and bring in that JPG onto the 8×10 document and save a new JPG to send to the printer. You could also flatten your storyboard image and then copy it onto the 8×10 document too. This way, if you take it to a photo printer, the document is 8×10 in size and the photo printing place won’t try to size it to accommodate to the 8×10 size. Also make sure your DPI matches up. Both the storyboard and the new 8×10 document should be 300dpi.

      Let me know if that helps ya. :)

  4. Robin February 16, 2012 at 5:59 pm

    This is gonna be fun!!!

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