Happy Holidays! Free Holiday Backgrounds

December 18, 2015

Happy Holidays! Free Holiday Backgrounds

With the holidays here, you’ll probably be taking lots of photos of family and friends.

We’ve seen some fun and easy ways to display and share those photos using digital scrapbooking elements and papers and also using the greeting card feature of Photoshop Elements:

Another easy way to showcase your favorite holiday images is to simply place them against a festive digital background and add some text.

If you would like to try your hand at this, we’ve put a set of three holiday background papers as our gift to you.

“Happy
“Happy
“Happy

We’ve also included a piece of digital vellum in this package. Digital vellum is a smaller, translucent sheet of paper that you can add behind text to make it more readable against the holiday background. We did this in the example above.

To download your gift, click on the link below.

Enjoy!




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