All have been created as 12 x 12 inch 300dpi jpeg files. Try saying that in one mouthful! So basically, if you plan on printing out your 12 x 12 inch layouts (which is the standard scrapbooking industry page size) then these will look even more textured than they do up on screen.
If you haven't already, you really should try printing out your digital pages at a proper processor. While I haven't looked around for a 12 x 12 photo processor in Australia for a while, I know that Srapbook Pictures and Persnickety Prints (both American) have some pretty good deals, where a 12 x 12 page costs $1.99US. That's awfully cheap compared to here in Australia. The quality is superb. The paper textures just look so real that when people view my albums, they actually reach out to touch the pages to try to ascertain if that paper really is embossed, or bazzill, or whatever! It's so worth it. Screen images are mostly done at 72dpi. You lose a lot of the detail up on screen.
Anyway, here they are. Oh, and I added a little birdie for you too.
This freebie will expire in one week. After that, you can purchase it at my shops at Funky Playground Designs (opening 16 November) or Polka Dot Plum.
If you want more of this kit, go to my shop at PolkaDotPlum (click for link). It's currently on special - $US 4.19 - that's 30% off! For a limited time.