Day 5 Freebie and Destination Template re-release

Thursday, November 24, 2011
Happy Thanksgiving!
Today is Art Journal Project Day 5 of my 15 days of free downloads during my Featured Designer spotlight.  Don't forget to get 2 more pieces of my Art Journal Project kit!

I have also updated and re-released one of my favorite templates I created in 2007 called Destination.  

Destination was created for a poster I did for my riding brothers of their trip to Sturgis.  I  wanted something special and unique to show off the awesome photography done by my brother Robert.  This template makes it easy for you to achieve this also with the special effects of the blocked out areas all done for you already within the template.

I have also included instructions in the do
wnload how to use this template and how I achieved the look for the background photo shown here with the desaturated color and merging the 3 photos I used to create one background. 

This poster was inspired by our motto: It's not the destination that counts, it's the journey getting there.

Here is my final poster I did.  It's easy to change the 12x12 template to a poster size just by enlarging your canvas and moving the gridded portion where ever you like.  And don't take these bad boy looks too seriously, they really are a bunch of teddy bears with the biggest hearts you will ever know, and all three are some of your best FEMA and homeland security personnel too. :D Hey, a girl needs to feel safe when she rides with her brothers doesn't she? lol I have the best of the best next to me. This was the last year we all got to ride together as almost everyone was relocated for their jobs after that.  2007 is a year I will never forget, as it went down as one of my best years of riding ever

Luv and miss you boys!
Spanky - Bartman - Notorious
aka Mike - Bart - Robert


  1. Lynda said...:

    Can this template be used in Creative Memories Storybook program? my email is
    thanks Lynda Miller

  1. Cilenia said...:

    Hi Lynda!
    I have never used their program. All my templates are PSD files create in and for Photoshop. IF, they allow you to import PSD files, then yes, but I highly doubt it. You can create in Photoshop CS or Elements and save your jpg file and bring that into printers like CM or Heritage Makers etc as a photo and place on a page. I honestly only use Heritage Makers for my printing as I believe they are the highest quality out there. I will write you in email also, but wanted to put this up for anybody else who might have this question.

  1. Maria's Craft said...:

    Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave in the DigiFree category today [25 Nov 01:17pm GMT]. Thanks, Maria

  1. CBH said...:

    Thank you so much for this post. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in CBH Digital Scrapbooking Freebies, under the Page 5 post on Nov. 25, 2011. Thanks again.

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