Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Gorilla Habitat and Free Polaroid Frame

Here is a little layout I did from our trip to the San Diego Wild Animal Park.

Credits here

I made the polaroid frames trying to get that pop off the page look to them. Not as good as the ones the designers make but if you would like to download the one I made and play around with it be my guest. Click on the frame below to download the png version.


33 comments:

Carmel said...

love this frame! thanks so much!

Victoria said...

Great frame! Thank you!

Tammy D. said...

Oh neat TY!!!

VJ's Scrap Room said...

This is fantastic!Thank you soo much for sharing:)

Elaine said...

This is wonderful...looks just like some of my old polaroids. Thanks for creating and sharing. HUGS.

Wendy aka BrokenJar Creations said...

Thanks!! I love it.

CellyOneill said...

Thanks so much !
Cool frame !

Romina said...

thank you very very much! it saved me a lot of time. I was just looking up for polaroids to check the proportions and make the white frame, and I found the job was already done :)

Ethel said...

thank you :D

gx9 said...

you are very generous.
thanks for sharing
-gravityx9

bandelle said...

Thank you so much. What a great polaroid frame! It's exactly what I was looking for too. You can check out your lovely frame in action because I just used it for some images on my blog (and mentioned you!):

http://www.bandelle.com/blog

Kim said...

thanks for the polaroid, it was just what I needed for some worship slides this weekend - taking a peek around your blog I really like your images

Barracuda said...

Thank you so much for the frame, I've used it for one of my cartoon drawings if you don't mind, I credited you too. :)

http://www.furaffinity.net/view/1235018/

Thanks again. :D

Star said...

thank you so much, Canay! now watch this: every other site will have your polaroid design! hehe.. good job!

Aya Reyes said...

I'm Aya Reyes from the Philippines and I'm part of my high school's media center which is in charge of the year book. I am asking permission to use the frame you made in your yearbook for our personal page template. If you have any problems with it I wouldn't take it badly.

Canay said...

Aya,

Yes, you have my permission to use the frame you made in your yearbook for your personal page template.

Korina said...

This is the best template I've seen! Most are just the flat ones that leave much to be desired. TYFM for sharing!

mike said...

Im a huge fan! Thank you so much for doing this.

Spidercat said...

Just what I needed! Thankies =)

Anonymous said...

so talented! thank you! :)

Suz said...

love this frame... thank you for designing and sharing !!

Tommy said...

Just adding my thanks for the frame. I'm using it to represent a generic image in a report. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

thanks! ;D

Devo said...

Great work on the frame. Very useful. Thank you for sharing.

HerrK said...

Thank you so much for this great polaroid frame - perfect for my collage!

Anonymous said...

hey, fine to find after a long search such a frame, but how can i put my photos in it? do i have o take a photo program?
would be great to receive an answer, thanks!

Canay said...

Hello Anonymous. You didn't leave me your email so I will answer here. The frame is a png file. In order to use it you need a graphic program that has layers such as Paint Shop Pro, Photoshop, Photoshop Elements or there is a free program called Gimp that some people use.

Hope that answers your question.

Anonymous said...

Thanks. Fantastic frame!!!

Anonymous said...

wow thanks so much for making that available! its a really good template and saved me so much time, legend!

Dennis and Brandy said...

Thanks! I cant wait to play with the Polaroid frame and our Reno trip pictures!

Brigitte aka Scrappassie said...

Thanks to Google I found this wonderful frame. Thank you so much for sharing, I will be using it for my Project 52/2010 !

jayne said...

thanks dude!!

Franchesca said...

Thank you :)