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Tuesday, 25 January 2011

Tartan Heart Frames

Preview Tartan Heart Frames Click to enlargeClick image above to enlarge.
25th January...Rabbie Burns Birthday :)
No, I'm not Scots but I certainly have a good share of Scottish forebears..from the Highlands and Lowlands. Enough to ensure that I am stirred by Rabbie's poetry!
I have used some Burns tartan in both of these frames but I am sure the elements could be recoloured if you wish.
The lovely background is one of Chris' papers from her latest kit.
The FREE DOWNLOAD ZIP has two frames each 684 X 942 pixels suitable for printables.
Personal use.
Below is a desktop wallpaper that I created using one of the frames.[reduced in size]
You can find more detail and download the desktop HERE
Burns Desktop Wallpaper


Ann said...

Judy they are beautiful,thank you very much.

Snowdrops said...

Beautiful Thankyou Judy

Anonymous said...

These are gorgeous. Thank you!

Linda said...

Hello and Thank you for these frames...

SONDRA said...

Great frames! Thanks so much for sharing!

Anonymous said...

Thankyou very much for those Lovely frames,from A scottish Admirer ! xx

Anonymous said...

I really love these. Thanks very much for sharing them with us.

Christine said...

Thank you for these lovely frames.
Went to Edinburgh a few years ago so these frames will be great to use with some of the many wonderful photos I took whilst there.

Karen Lewis said...

Beautiful - thank you. :-)