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Mother’s Day is rapidly approaching – so here’s a FREE gift you can have printed for your clients as a special ‘thank you‘. The template is 10×8″ and has an opening for a 7×5″ photo inside of the quote border. I recommend mounting the print to white styrene, using a fine-linen texture, and adding a UV lustre coating.

Click image below for a larger pop-up version:

mothers day 2011 demo with photo

Here’s an example of the FREE .psd layered file you will receive:

mothers day 2011 demo

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The inside image needs to be 7×5″ (2100×1500 pixels), 300 dpi.

You will see layers for the text border and quote (that cannot be changed), a texture layer, and another layer that you will hide after adding your image on top of it.

The pink background color can be changed with one click as shown in the Photoshop background color fill layer in the Layers Palette. (The light color of the texture layer cannot be changed but it can be hidden.)


download link ← (please note this file was designed in CS2 and you must have Photoshop or Elements and know how to edit a .psd layered file — I do not provide technical support for this download)


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Last year I made two other FREE Mother’s Day gifts available. You can find the FREE downloads for those by clicking on the images below.

8x8 mom definition frame

10x5 mom storyboard

Happy printing!
Robyn

All templates are ©Robyn Pollman, 2010-2011. All rights reserved. They may not be copied, resold, made available for download or given away elsewhere, or redistributed without my written permission.

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One Response to ““M” is for the many things…”

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    Jessie  on April 26th, 2011

    Thank you! I am doing an event the day before Mother’s Day and was looking for that extra-special thing to add to my display. Then your post popped up and I knew that this was it! I am not sure how to use it yet, but I am thinking either mounted and in a stand on my display table or perhaps on one side of my handout for the day!

    Your blog has been so helpful. Thank you again for all that you do!!