Hi The 36th Avenue readers!
I am Kristy and I blog over at Life-n-Reflection.
I became a shutterbug at a young age and that hasn’t changed.
I currently design templates, textures, and branding materials for photographers in my home office.
I am filled with gratitude each and every day. “Dreams Do Come True!”
I know most of us are digital photographers and every month we need to store our digital photographs.
This can be a daunting, mundane task. So, I designed CD/DVD label and cover Photoshop templates.
Start with a quick video tutorial to add your photos and images to the templates.
Instructions, printing tips, and a list of compatible Avery products are included.
I purchased printable labels from Target and chose to print the cover on white card stock.
I cut out the cover using my cutting board and folded it in half. You can even write a message or playlist inside the cover!
If you don’t have any clear CD cases at home, you can make your own!
1. Cut a sheet of vellum or craft paper about the size of the label
2. Fold in half and sew the left and right edges
3. Simply slip your CD inside the pocket
I hope you like my design and visit me over at my blog to see more photography and graphic design tips.
This is such a cute template and easy to follow tutorial!
I was amazed about Kristy photography skills, you need to visit her blog and see for yourself how talented she is.
Here is one of my favorite compositions by her. Isn’t it gorgeous?
You can find Kristy over at…
Thank you Kristy for visiting with us.
I love your work!
If you are new to my blog I want to welcome you!
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