Free Download: 4 Vintage Paper Photo Polaroid Frames Hi-Res PNGs {Thanksgiving and Autumn Decorations}

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For your “After Thanksgiving” photos (and before the Christmas whirlwind,)  I’ve made 4 Vintage Paper Polaroid Frames to hug your Thanksgiving and Autumn photo memories. Use in Gimp or Photoshop 7, CS, CS2,CS3, CS4,CS5 or CS6 on a separate layer above your photo and frame it up!  These Vintage Paper Polaroid Frames have captions and additional space for adding your own text to the bottom, are textured and embellished to offset your lovely photos. One polaroid is “turkey” centered with the words, “we are thankful,” while another says “kiss the cook,” with a vintage chef image in the corner. The third has a wine theme, and the last has a retro atomic era feel with the words, ” I am blessed” at the bottom. I hope they grace your altered art, scrapbooking, blog, web design or photoshop project nicely. Have fun, and watch for lots of Free Downloadable Christmas PNGs, Photoshop Brushes, and Vintage Paper Embellishments coming up!

Download free photoshop brushes at Pixelberrypie.com and look for other free vintage downloads for CS4 CS5 CS6 and earlier here: pixelberrypie.com/freebies.


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    • Linda@pixelberrypie.com

      Hi Meine! I’m so glad you can use the things on my site—and thank you so very much for sharing the links with your friends! That means a lot to me :)

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