Create your own custom snowflake brushes and save them in a brush set.
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Save your custom brushes to brush sets to use in your projects, again and again.
Download the custom styles, patterns, brushes, custom shapes and textures used in the Bake a Batch of Christmas Cookies video.
Learn how and when to use the Spot Healing Brush, Healing Brush and Clone Stamp tools for non-destructive editing.
Create custom brushes and fine tune them to use with your tablet.
Learn how to use the Brush tool to create your own digital scrapbook papers.
Using just a plain image of a fall-colored leaf, Dave shows you how to turn it into a pattern and a brush that can be used in multiple different ways!
Karen uses brushes as ‘digital stamps’ to create a textured background for any photo.
Karen shows you how to load and install custom brush sets inside of Photoshop Elements, on both a Mac and a PC.
Learn how to get the look of a silhouette photo with the help of third-party brushes.
In this quick video, Corey shows you how to create a custom brush from a photo.
If you can’t find exactly what you want among the brushes included with Elements, try searching the Web.
Tired of switching back and forth between different brush libraries to use your favorite brushes? Here’s how to combine the brushes you use most often into a custom brush set.
Not sure what the brushes in Elements are for? Mike explains them in this 2-part series.
Mike shows you what the Color Replacement Brush and Pencil Tool can be used for.
Here are some Web links to high-resolution brushes you can use with your images to create clipping masks. (See “Creating and Using Clipping Masks,” in the September/October 2009 issue of Photoshop Elements Techniques magazine.)
Tips and tricks for finding your own grungy brushes online.
Do you admire those popular grungy backgrounds and wish you could make your own? Here’s an easy and fun technique that utilizes some of the many free brushes available online. In the process, we’ll also take advantage of two often-overlooked tools: dodge and burn.