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Vintage Wedding2 by paperstreetdesigns Vintage Wedding2 by paperstreetdesigns
There is also a solids paper pack to match
both can be found to download on my website

Dont forget to download the files at Paper Street Designs!
free for personal and commercial uses


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arna Featured By Owner May 27, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
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arna Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
I really like your designs, but it'd be so much easier if we could download them directly from dA--or if you linked right to the download page. Especially since I keep getting "unsafe website" warnings from your site. I have so much virus protection, it's making my computer kinda freak. :P
paperstreetdesigns Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
Not sure why my site is coming up as unsafe. Im certain it isnt unsafe....

Of course, I would much rather have traffic coming into my website rather than people getting the items directly from deviant art and then never visiting my site of FB fan page. Ive gotta build up my fan base and bring the people to my website :)
arna Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
I don't know why either. I've never had any problems with anything I've downloaded.

The problem with your plan is twofold: first, the assumption that people are going to bother clicking through, and again, and again, and then search through tiny thumbnails to find the package they want to download; second, the assumption that anybody's going to go looking for other things on your site.

People on dA are extremely lazy sometimes, especially with stuff like resources. Probably half of them can't even be bothered to credit--I'm sure there's a lot more who aren't going to bother going through multiple pages to find the package they want to download. And there are a LOT of much easier-to-download options. Wouldn't it be better to have people repeatedly using your resources and showing continuing interest in your offerings then to decide to write you off as "too much bother"?
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