new kit: photo strips #1

Wow. I had no idea just how long it had been since I done a  storyboard photo template.
Last April.

Last April???

Yowza! That’s just too long. ;)

So here is the brand new Photo Strips kit!

photo-strips-1


This kit has eleven storyboard photo templates dimensionally created to use not only for your scrapbook pages, but also for your Facebook Timeline photo! Save the strip for the Web and change your pixel size to 851px x 315px. Sweet! Oh, and of course you could use them for your blog as well. Just change the width to match your blog width and you are good to go.

As usual with the storyboards, there is a straight frame and a round frame that you can add to it to give it a whole different look. You can change the frame color to black using the Paint Bucket tool, if’n ya wanted.

And because I’m still lovin’ the love here through Valentine’s Day,

this kit is 20% off too!


But you better pick it up by Friday, because the sale price goes away along with the rest of the Lovin’ The Love sale after that day.

Oh, and here’s one I whipped up within maybe five minutes last night.
Kind-a makes me wanna go back to NYC.

nyc-sneak


P.S. You can use these on your own blog or FB if you’re doing it for your own personal use. That’s totally cool. But if you’re a professional photographer wanting to use them for various projects, then a commercial license would be in order.

2017-02-07T18:27:08+00:00 February 11th, 2014|photo templates|5 Comments

5 Comments

  1. Diane S February 11, 2014 at 1:29 pm

    Hey Kerri, Thanks for the new template. I plan to use if for scrapbooking but what size is it? Thanks!

    • Kerri February 11, 2014 at 1:36 pm

      Technically, if you look under Image/Image Size it’s 11.82 x 4.375. But you can make it a full 12″ wide by changing that image size. It’s just those dimensions–when done in pixels–equated exactly to the 851px x 315px that FB uses.

      You can also make it smaller too. :)

  2. Elaine February 11, 2014 at 6:56 pm

    You mentioned above that this can be used in Photoshop Elements or Photoshop. Do you know if these storyboards can be used in the Creative Memories Storybook Creator software?

    • Kerri February 11, 2014 at 7:50 pm

      As far as I know you can’t. Unless it can now handle layered PSD files, which I don’t think it can, you’d have to use PS/PSE.

  3. elaine February 12, 2014 at 5:41 am

    Ok, thank you. :( Love the designs.

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