Welcome to Jill & Jack Scraps...

I love to create digital scrapbooking templates and offer them as freebies here on my site.

I will offer each of my templates as freebies for a limited time, and then they will be available for purchase at a minimal cost in my template boutique.

I use Adobe PSCS2 to create my designs, 300 dpi.

My templates are offered in .psd format in 12 x12 size. Although many of the templates offered for sale do have
.png files available as well as 8.5x11 so make sure to check out the template listings for those formats.

Thank you so much for visiting and enjoying my little creative outlet with me!

Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Tuesday Template #26... and a new feature!

Download Expired! Go Here to buy for $0.75!

Thanks to one of my readers, Laura, for pointing out that non-Photoshop scrappers have some trouble using .psd files and removing my logo especially!
So... I am now going to offer two separate downloads, 1 in traditional .psd format, and the other as a .png file.
All you non-PS scrappers let me know how they work for you! Enjoy!!

I was also contemplating making 8.5 x 11 size pages too... is there a big need for that out there in the digi community?? Let me know!


Tink said...

You are just the sweetest, :)

Thank you this wonderful template.

Maria said...

Thank you! The DigiFree freebie search engine is about to list this blog post at digifree.blogspot.com

ARS said...

Thank you so much for the wonderful template - I can't wait to put it to good use!! My vote is for 12x12 PSD files so I'm easy!!!

Michelle said...

I scrap in 8.5 x 11 all the time. Templates in that size would be awesome!

Danielle said...

I would love to see 8.5 X 11. Thanks for sharing your talents!

Rona said...

thanks for the template! I scrap mostly 10x8, and I adjust the square templates I find accordingly. It would be great if they came in rectangle form, though! :)

SLKozul said...

I love the PNG file. Just getted started in PSE and I'm getting a little frustrated - thanks for giving me something I'm familiar with!

Nicole Seitler said...

Maybe there was a problem because the text layers weren't rasterized? If I don't have your fonts on my computer, I'll get an error message. Some people will turn the text into a raster layer that can be deleted. Hope that helps! :)

TragedyAnne said...

Yes there is......I love working with the smaller templates, easier on my old beast.
Thanks for the awesome templates.

Maria said...

Thank you! The DigiFree freebie search engine is going to list this blog post today.