Archive for the ‘Scrapbooking’ Category

Spring Time Dynamic Brush Set

Jun 15, 2008
buynow_bt.jpgSet of 6 Dynamic Photoshop Brushes + 1 Photoshop Stamp Brush

Price: $4.99

I am so excited!!! I’ve just put together a set based on one theme – Spring Time. There’s a cloud brush; a brush for the butterflies, and one for the line of “magic” scattered behind them; and there’s a grass brush and two flower brushes with variations of hue, angle and texture. On top of this, I’ve thrown in a stamp brush of girls running in a field of spring flowers.

This whole picture was drawn with only one brushstroke for each element!!! Check out the preview to see how this works.

April Alphas

Apr 8, 2008

This April, I’ve been inspired by spring colors to make bright Photoshop patterns. The alphas are all in one file, so use your Marquee Tool to select the letters you want, and copy them to your new design.

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Funky Frame Freebie

Apr 1, 2008

This is one of my favorite frames, deliciously kitch with a leopardskin-glitter-flower combo.Download this transparent .png file for FREE. (1.1MB zip file)

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Paper Tutorial

Mar 31, 2008

Here’s a scrapbooking paper freebie, together with a tutorial how to create it. By taking a simple background and adding some photoshop brushes, making a pretty and romantic page is fun and easy.bt_heart_deco_paper_tn.jpg

I found inspiration in an old card that I once made by scratching a heart shape into some silver-coated paper brought to me from a friend as a present from China.

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I placed the scan onto an 8 x 8″ page, then added a new layer and drew lines with one of my favorite brushes, Barcelona Cafe. I then turned the layer opacity to “Luminosity”.

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The paper needed some color, so I added some pink to the heart, and a smoky lilac line to the frame. To decorate the heart, I used the Brush This “Flower Brush” in three different angles and sizes, and then turned on the Bevel and Emboss effect, as well as a radial gradient overlay.

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