New in the Shop: Word Strip Cluster Templates

I’ve just posted a brand-new pack of cluster templates in the shop, all designed around word strips. Of course, you can substitute anything else long and narrow in their place (DYMO labels, fortune cookie strips, file folder labels, or even pieces of plain ribbon or paper if you don’t want words on that part of the cluster). They vary from a couple of short strips with a few flowers to clusters the size of a journal card with nearly a dozen elements in addition to the strips, so there should be something to suit any space you have. All are saved as layered PSDs at 300dpi, and the previews show them at actual size as compared to a 12×12 page.

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These are okay for commercial and CT use, including freebies, provided credit is given in your credits document. Of course, since they’re templates, it’s good to have some idea of how they look with actual elements rather than just shapes.
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If you like them, you can check them out in the shop HERE. They’re priced at $1.99 for the set–a bargain for CU resources.

I ended up with a few more clusters than I’d planned for the kit, so I’ve got a little freebie pack here for you as well. It contains 3 clusters, in a similar range of sizes to the kit, and is also okay for commercial use, CT, and freebies–again, providing credit is given in your credits document. You can download them by clicking the preview.
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Don’t forget to come back next weekend–February 1st isn’t very far away, and I’m finishing up a blog train part. There are more kits in the works, too, but I’m finishing up the blog train portion first.

7 Responses

  1. Nightshadow

    Nice templates. These could also be used to make forum siggys. Thank you so much.

    • Holly Wolf

      Yes, some of them could make siggy tags as well, or even just sit atop a full-width strip to make a border. It’s all in how you want to be creative with them!

  2. scrappinmonkey

    Is there a time limit for your freebies? I just discovered your blog/shop.

    • Holly Wolf

      I’ve always felt that if you truly want to make something a freebie, it should always be a freebie as long as you have hosting space for it. So far, I’m still well under my storage limit, so every freebie you find should still work, even the ones on my old personal blog nearly 3 years ago now. 🙂 So go ahead and grab any that strike your fancy!

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