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Tribute Photo Book Template Album

By Friday, April 29, 2016 (MDT) 6 Comments

Today I am sharing a new Tribute Photo Book Template Album in the  store.

I have had a number of request for an album like this.  Simply remove the titles and quotes to create a different themed album with these templates.

This collection of artsy layered templates is designed for use in Adobe Photoshop or Photoshop Elements to create photo books or albums documenting tributes, memorials or everyday stories.

Tribute Photo Book Template Album

Tribute Photo Book Template Album

Tribute Template Album No. 1 is available at 50% discount until May 06, 2016 at 9am EST only.

A collection of 20 – 12 X 12 Artsy and blended layered templates designed to create a 20-page album, plus a BONUS cover set for photo book printing. The templates are intended for use with the clipping mask function or for recoloring in Photoshop, Elements and Paint Shop Pro. All layer styles, masks, frames, brushwork, stitching, title and text boxes shown are included. Titles are suitable for tribute themed pages but can be replaced with other WordART or titles. Simply clip your images to the FotoBlendz masks and add your own personalization through DigitalART supplies and words Guidance on the use of clipping masks and recoloring in Photoshop and Elements can be found in the Instructions for Use eBooklet which is available as a free download from the store or view this video.

THIS PRODUCT IS FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY. You can preview the Terms of Use at www.annaaspnesdesigns.com. Photographers and Scrapbookers For Hire (S4H)/Scrapbookers For Others (S4O) can purchase a Commercial Use License for this product for an additional $30.00. Purchase the Commercial Use License here.

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  • Yan says:

    This is lovely, thank you for taking the time to make this album.

  • Yan says:

    I also watched your YouTube tutorial with photos of Lincoln, England. My late in-laws used to live in Stamford and whenever we visited them, they’d take us to Lincoln for the day. Brings back memories.

    • Anna Aspnes says:

      I was actually born in England and my parents live in a small town on the outskirts. I almost went to the boarding school in Stamford.

      • Yan says:

        I don’t know how long since you left England or whether you still remember much of the area, my in-laws lived on Sutherland Way in Stamford. It would have taken about half an hour, but we could have walked to the boarding school! My father-in-law was principal of Ketton Primary School in Ketton until he retired.

        We became American citizens in 2006 and now live in Houston because my husband works for an oil company, but he and our son are both Brits, and I’m originally from Singapore. We lived in Gorleston-on-Sea, near Gt Yarmouth in Norfolk for 7 years, also because of his job.

        Glad I found your blog.

        • Anna Aspnes says:

          Hi Jan,
          I have limited memories of Stamford. We just visited the school. I ended up going to a school in the Newark area instead while my parents were primarily in Germany. After boarding school, I did a Bachelors in German Language and Literature at the University of Leeds. Shortly after that I got engaged to an American in the USAF, we married and I moved to the United States in 1998. I just became a citizen a few years ago when my husband retired from the military. My uncle used to work for oil company in Houston. Small world.

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