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Make this summer last forever..

As promised here is my finished layout

of the multi layer template I shared with
you yesterday. It was so much fun to work
with! Don't just take my word for it, download,
play and see for yourself :)

Download Template Here

I used a paper freebie found at 2 peas in a bucket,
Kitschy Digitals wood paper and feather flower
and lace (perfect for a vintage feel)
my own staples, and pretty much stuck
to the original template layout.
I added a frame to each photo using the
stroke inside feature in photoshop.

If you like my staples stay tuned because I will
share them with you soon, for FREE yes sir :)

♥ XoXo ♥


  1. I just found your site from digifree and I LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE all of your templates! I haven't used any yet but I just spend FOREVER downloading everyone of yours I could get a hold of. I love them, I'm excited to use them, and I'm excited to see what new things you come up with!

    You are very talented!


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