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Page Templates

Do you struggle with your page layouts? Do you find starting with a blank page a bit daunting? I certainly do at times – and that’s where templates can come in very handy.

I find using a page template allows me to concentrate upon the things I really enjoy – choosing papers, embellishments, frames etc. and applying various effects. With a page template I can do all that, knowing that the basic layout is already taken care of.

There are lots of page templates freely available for users of  Photoshop or Elements, but there are hardly any to be found for fans of Digital Scrapbook Artist.  So here’s a few that I have recreated to work especially in DSA – they contain simple ‘intelligent’ frames and solid blocks  of colour and shapes – just crop or join your own papers and materials to them and you’ll be good to go.

Instructions for use

The templates are provided in DSA Digikit.pack format.  Download the Digikit and save it to your folder named ‘My Digikits’.  Once that’s done,  access the kit via The Digikit feature – look for the one named ‘Page templates’ and just look in the  ‘Layouts’ section.

There’s a BONUS addition to this starter pack! I  have included a couple of my own  decorative acrylic frames – you can tint them to match your own layouts!  You’ll find these  decorative frames under ‘Embellishments’ once you have the pack installed.

Click to download the pack

Click HERE to see some sample pages

Have fun!  I hope you like them!

more page templates

Click HERE for a list of ALL my free page templates

Comments on: "Page Templates" (3)

  1. Thank you for your info, I am very new to serif I have not had the first one so I am quite lost. please can you tell me how I can fit a card /cards on one sheet of card to save the waste, I enjoyed your video on youtube on emboseing

    • Trulytango said:

      Hello Linda… there are lots of people over on Daisy Trail who are experienced card makers, so I suggest you post your question in the Forum.

  2. You are so kind to be sharing your work. Thankyou.

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