There are so many ways to use a few digital papers and elements.
In this FREE Persnickety Prints download, we’re giving you 10 .png elements and 7 papers. Here’s what we did with them…
My son, Noah turned 12 and is now a “tweenager”. We took he and some friends to arcade haven, Nickel City to celebrate. As you can imagine, the indoor lighting was not the greatest. I processed the photos with a black and white filter in photoshop, which then inspired this little Mini Modern Birthday Kit.
I kept a few photos in color and used the black background paper. The black makes the photos pop! 12×12 photographic prints from Persnickety. (you can’t beat that quality for $1.99!)
I also love to mix up my 12×12 albums with pocket style pages. The Becky Higgins Design R sleeve fits 4 portrait 4×6 and 3 4×4 prints. I designed the 3 4×4 squares in the middle using this kit.
This square image was designed using our mini kit on an iPhone!
iOS app, Letterglow offers an “import your own .png elements” function via dropbox. I have a personal dropbox account and folder on my desktop. I drop .png and .jpg background papers to my dropbox account which syncs to the dropbox cloud. Inside of the Letterglow app, I can import these designs and layer them similar to photoshop (allows color changes too!). If you don’t have Letterglow, it’s a fun app to use for memory keeping. Export resolution is high and perfect for print!
I hope you can find ways to use this digital kit for your projects. We’d love to see what you come up with! Feel free to post your creations on our Facebook Wall, or use #persnicketyprints in Instagram or Twitter.