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Beautiful Frosty Borders to glam up Christmas, winter and New Year theme layouts! So quick and easy way to give a unique look to your project!

The pack contains:
- 4 borders in PNG format with transparent background, 12x12 300 dpi each

- background is not included

*INSTANT DOWNLOAD - You will receive a link as soon as your payment clears.

Personal Use/Pro Photographer/Small Commercial Use OK

1. Digital products (digital paper, patterns, background, digital scrapbooking, blogs, collages, invitations, cards etc.) if flattened and transferred to client/customer in uneditable format.
2. Printed products (cards, invitations, gift tags, flyers, business cards etc.)
3. Hand made products (scrapbooking, other small business products etc.)

You MAY NOT use the graphics to make the following for resale:

Design elements or templates for sale. The images must be flattened and without transparent background

NOTE:
• NO physical product will be shipped.
• Refunds cannot be provided due to the nature of the product.

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