Photoshop Brushes instructions here!
Pictures sent by my clients, using my designs. I love them all!
Josie made this chalkboard wall decal:
Susan made this lovely glass with her Cricut machine:
Jennifer made this sticker for Bethany with the Frames SVG cut files:
Michelle made this camping mug for Stewart:
April made this beautiful flower bouquet:
Caycee made these stickers:
Elizabeth made this summer planner stickers:
And I’ve found on the Instagram page of The Planning Butler these planner stickers made with these Ikat papers:
Thank you so much for the pictures!
Here’s how to use them:
-Open a new file in Photoshop. This tutorial is made in PS5, but you can use them with any version.
-Go to Window> Brush Presets. You’ll see a grayed window with the Default Brushes. On the toolbar on your left click the Brush tool to change it to white and be able to use it.
-Go to the upper right of the Brush Preset window and click. A menu will open. Click on Load Brushes…
-Open the MML-frames brushes.abr and you’ll see all the frames.
-Choose a color from Window> Color, Window> Swatches, or the Color Picker.
-Then stamp one of the frames on the artboard.
You can play with the opacity of the frames with the tools on the upper toolbar.
And now time to play with colors and shapes!
Today I’m presenting my handdrawn doodles. They come with 3 digital papers in copybook style.
The set includes frames, speech bubbles, borders, arrows, stars, hearts, diamonds, flourishes, badges, crown, light bulbs, bows, signs, ABC, 123 + 3 extra copybook digital pages.