Whoa, time flies! It’s the middle of the week already (how did we get here so quickly?)… but it’s wonderful because on Wednesdays, certain stuff goes on sale for half the price! ;)
And what’s on sale in my shop today is perfect for this month’s layouts (and throughout the year too!):
My EZ-PZ Template collection is a fully-layered template in .psd format with various pieces that you can use when you create your other projects and layouts too. Because they’re so easy to use, they’re perfect for preserving those precious moments even when you have just a few minutes left at the end of a hugely-hectic day.
You can use the plain template as it is: it comes complete with clipping masks and adjustable shadows. Just add your photos, your own embellishments, your own background paper, and voila! OR if you want to take it further (we’re all about versatility here ;) ), use the easy-pieces that come with this template pack!
This one is packed with more than the usual goodies that come with the other templates in the collection! (Yup, this is love indeed! ;) ). It comes with one large grungy photo mask, one painted grungy photo mat, one torn-paper photo mask, one brown-bag paper, labeled and plain grosgrain ribbons, horizontal and vertical stitches in plain and pre-shadowed versions, one highly-textured 12×12 background paper, optional text paths for journaling and title, and a really cool grungy love sticker in plain, pre-shadowed and lifted (Curled) versions. Phew! That’s a whole load of product there! :)
And it’s at half-price this Wednesday till midnight Pacific time! (Click on the image above to grab it from my shop if you want to include it in your stash).
Oh, let’s not forget the delicious eye-candy created by these awesome creative ladies! (They do a terrific job of showing the many different ways you can use the template!)
Here’s a layout by Miki:
Here’s another layout by Jenn M (who changed the orientation of the photo mask to fit her portrait-photo):
Here’s a layout that uses the template in a pretty straightforward way (I’m sneaking this one in, it’s by me, heehee):
Here’s a layout by Meg:
And this one was created by Jana, who did some recoloring to bring out the soft peachy skin of her adorable grandson:
And yes, it totally works for hybrid projects too! Here’s proof, a wonderful hybrid layout done by Camille:
And that’s it for this Wonderful Wednesday, my dear friends! May yours be filled with love!