Grids are a great way to frame images and once you have made the initial pattern, they are so flexible to use.
This is a list of all the Web tutorials and other HTML-based articles on our site, sorted by date. You can also view all of our video tutorials in a similar list, or all of the downloadable PDFs from the magazine.
Here’s a list of commercial and free Photoshop Elements-compatible plug-ins.
In this tutorial I will show you how to make the basic bottle and then in a later one I will show you how to make a label and add it to the bottle.
Here is how I applied a gradient to one of my custom digital brush stamps.
If you download many new brush sets to use in Elements, you may not wish to install them all in the Presets/Brushes folder as it may cause Elements to run slower.
Should you ever feel you need more detail in any of your digital stamps, try this method. It looks long and complicated, but once you follow through the steps, you should understand the concept well enough to adapt it to your own brush stamps.
Use those pearls you created in Wendy’s earlier tutorial to create your own necklace.
Note from Rick in Photoshop Elements Techniques for Volume 7, Number 1 (January/February 2010).
This year I am going to make little sack toppers for a Valentine’s Day party we are having and I thought that I would share the technique with you.
Pearls are often used in scrapbooking, but when I wanted to use some of them I had a hard time finding instructions for making them.
This is the sixth in Wendy Williams’ series of Christmas card tutorials.
Over the years, we’ve produced quite a few Christmas- and holiday-themed projects, in the magazine, in videos, and in Web tutorials. Here’s a complete list of all the projects we’ve done.
It has been a few years since I last did a tutorial on making a Christmas card, so I thought that this year I would do a couple more. Here is the first one; the second one will follow shortly….
Use Wendy’s easy instructions to create a lovely Christmas stocking for your cards and scrapbook pages.
Have you ever needed a selection that uses a non-traditional geometric shape? Something other than a standard rectangle or oval created with one of the Marquee tools? You can use any of the shape tools to generate a selection in that shape. Here’s how, along with just one possible project.
If you have a cute photo of a child you wish to use for a fairy-tale image, but don’t care for the background, try selecting the child to place in a new background.
I have recently been experimenting with making quilting blocks and have found that you can use them to make all sorts of things, including a scrapbooking flower.
As promised, here is the tutorial for making leaves. It really is quite easy to do so I hope that you enjoy it.