Giving Thanks and a Digital Scrapbooking Free Gift

November 17, 2015

Giving Thanks and a Digital Scrapbooking Free Gift

Thanksgiving is here again. And with it, another reminder to take stock of all the blessings in our lives and to give thanks for them.

thanksgiving digital scrapbooking gift

For me, I’m thankful for my family, my brothers, my dogs, my home, food in the refrigerator, the furnace that keeps us warm…and also for all of you, for stopping by and checking up on me occasionally.

Thank you!

In appreciation, I’ve created a couple of Thanksgiving digital scrapbooking pages as a gift for you. Each page is included as both a flat PNG quickpage and a layered quickpage. The layered quickpages are compatible with Photoshop and Photoshop Elements.

thanksgiving digital scrapbooking gift

thanksgiving digital scrapbooking gift

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.

Enjoy!




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