Celebrate the Fourth! Summer Digital Scrapbooking Freebies!

July 03, 2015

Celebrate the Fourth! Summer Digital Scrapbooking Freebies!

In honor of July Fourth, we have created two summer digital scrapbooking freebies for you. These quickpages are designed in colors reminiscent of one of my very favorite summer things – ice cream!

summer digital scrapbooking freebies
summer digital scrapbooking freebies

Each page is included as both a flat PNG quickpage and a layered quickpage. The layered quickpages are compatible with Photoshop and Photoshop Elements.

To learn how to use these files, check out our earlier post Using Quickpages in Photoshop Elements where we show you how to use these quickpages to create your own digital scrapbooking page.

To download your gift, click on the link below.

And, in case you’ve missed these, here are our previous digital scrapbooking freebies:

Enjoy and have a happy and safe Fourth!




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