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:: Template - A is for.. ::

Hello!
As you might have noticed I haven't
had time to post as much as usual these
last few days. It's because I'm busy working
on a BIG project that I will share with you
in about 2 weeks.


Until then I've put together these fun
letter templates, A and B,
if you like them I will create more
with the rest of the letters and
maybe numbers as well?
Let me know what you want!

:: Download A and B templates here ::

Comments

  1. I love them! Thanks so much for sharing with us!

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  2. These are great! Thanks for sharing.

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  3. Great templates! Thanks very much.

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  4. Thank you for the freebie!

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  5. 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 Beach/Sea/Fish, etc. Theme post on Jun. 03, 2009. Thanks again.

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  6. They're great! I'd love to see more - Thank you!

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  7. Thank you. What a different idea for a template, it is great.. Thank you for sharing.. can't wait to see more..
    xx

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  8. These templates are just what I have been looking for to make an alphabet book for my son to learn from. Keep them coming!

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  9. Love it! Have been considering an alphabet book for granddaughter. Thank you Thank you! My vote is yes for more!

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  10. Thank you! Your blog post will be advertised on the DigiFree Digital Scrapbooking Freebie search engine today (look for timestamp: 03 Jun [LA 07:00pm, NY 09:00pm] - 04 Jun [UK 02:00am, OZ 12:00pm] ).

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  11. love them!!! och visst skulle jag gärna ser andra bokstäva... men vill inte stressa dig...
    hälsningar
    Johanna

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  12. what nice, thanks a lot, it give me an inspiration ;-)

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  13. Awesome project, Mel! Wow! I love your idea with new use of digi-images! Thank you for sharing tutorial, templates and your wonderful inspiration! more templates easy to download

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  14. Thank you for the letter templates; they will come in quite handy!
    I'd love to see the whole alphabet plus numbers. The numbers I am thinking along the line of highlighting each birthday.

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  15. I would really love to see you complete the alphabet. They would be so much fun to complete. You could make a book with just the letters of the alphabet with pics, etc. about a single person or thing.

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  16. These are wonderful! Thanks so much. I hope you make more!

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  17. Hi Cutie Pie,
    Love themm would love to see my Initals SR
    Thanks so much

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  18. Love them, and I say "Give me a "W" " :-) All our boys names start with W... Wayne, Weston and Wyatt! They are super cute and versatile, can't wait to see what you've been working on!

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  19. Thank you for these lovely templates!!

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  20. WOW!!!!!!!! These are FANTASTIC!!!!! Wish I was as creative with you to come up with a lo that is as Beautiful as your beach one! Thanks!!! Can't wait for the rest! :)

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  21. These are SO cool!! Thanks so much for sharing! Would love to have more!
    marlin

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  22. I do think these would be great

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  23. These templates are awesome! I teach Kindergarten and will be using these for my class! Thank you!

    I just love your B is for Beach layout!

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  24. Like Ellana said, I've been looking for a way to make an alphabet book for my kids. This would be great! Please make more! Thanks so much.

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  25. Fun templates! Thank you! Love your layout! :)

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  26. THANK YOU! OMG, that Beach "B" page is stunningly gorgeous! Thanks agaqin!

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  27. I would LOVE to have the rest of the letters and maybe numbers too? Exactly as other said an ABC book for my kids.

    How do I use rar files though? I have windows vista. THANKS!!!!!

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  28. OMG they rock!! i'd love to see more!! if you have time ;)
    thanks!!

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  29. I'd like to see more, too--thank you!

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  30. Oh, I love these! Can't wait to see the rest of them. Thanks so much.

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  31. These are super, can't wait to see more, love what you did with "B".

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  32. Love these templates, great.
    Thanks so much:)

    MiKiko

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  33. Hi Cutiepie (love the name)

    This is very unique...love it...hope to see more if it isn't too much trouble!

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