Thursday, March 25, 2010


Hi friends! It's Thursday and I have something fun for you. See that title? That was my daddy's way of saying that he didn't pay a single thing for something he came home with. ;) I guess you could say that I got my garage sale bartering skills from him. heehee!
I thought I would do something fun and give everyone a few frames I was playing with on my software:

One evening while exploring my Illustrator program, I found these fun decorative borders. I came up with these frames that you can re-size, rotate, and print as easily as digital images or use for digital projects. I made these in a png file so you can layer them without blocking out any of the images you are playing with. Here are a few examples I came up with - forgive me if they seem a bit rough but DH and I have a no-electronics rule on Wednesday nights and I was rushing to get these done for today!
Here is the ribbon frame with Daisy, my newest fairy:

Here is the leaf frame reshaped to an oval with my birdhouse:

Here is the grassy border as a decorative element to Happy Mail:

So if you'd like these frames to play around with, all you have to do is click HERE to get your free download! And please let me know if you've made anything with them as I would love to see your creations. Have a super Thursday everyone, the weekend is almost upon us! :D
*Love and Aloha*


Tammy said...

Love these Joni!
I'm a fan of frames and such and these are great.

Sheri (a.k.a PaperCrafty) said...

These look like a lot of fun, Joni!! Thank you so much for sharing these with us!!

Stef H (Glitterbabe) said...

well aren't you just the sweetest! AND your samples are fabulous! thank you!!!!

Ardilla said...

Thank you for the frames =)

Jenny said...

Ha ha ha ha ha! Can tell you are from Hawaii! We always used to say free 99!


CraftCrave said...

Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on in the Printables category today [25 Mar 05:00pm GMT]. Thanks, Maria

Linda said...

Hello and Thank you for sharing these useful frames...