but hopefully Mac users can download this way too.
You can find my Flickr gallery here.
(It's a mix of all my blog photos, like the ones used in this tutorial,
as well as card photos, free papers and overlays, templates, etc).
How to download my free
papers & overlays from Flickr:
Step 1) Go to Flickr. You can see all of my sets in one spot here:
Step 2) Click on the image of the set that you'd like to look at,
it will open up a page that looks something like this:
Step 3) Click on the thumbnail of the colour you want (or the overlay) and it will
take you to the page for that particular image. You can then do one of two things:
Step 4) To easily save a file on Flickr, click on the arrow symbol at the bottom right-hand side
and select 'original' for the best quality (or choose whichever size you prefer):
Step 5) Once you click 'original', simply select 'save file' and then hit 'okay'.
And that's it!
(It takes about 30 seconds) :-)
Not familiar with flickr? Here's a little bit of
rambling info based on my experience with it...
Why use flickr?
that allow you to use their images for different things.
Each photo has a license setting.
You might see "all rights reserved" on an image;
that means it's one that we shouldn't save or use in any way.
from flickr, and if you have any questions at all, please fire away!