Patterns can be used for all sorts of projects, from birth announcements to unique photo borders. Liz shows you how to make your own basic patterns and then how to apply them in multiple ways!
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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!
In the second part of this Instagram-inspired series, Elizabeth demonstrates how to add cool, film-like borders to your photos using the Pattern fill Adjustment Layer.
Brimming with nostalgia and surprisingly easy to create, an argyle pattern makes a great background for your next project.
Dave shows you how to find a hidden folder full of great patterns you can use in your images.
First stage of making our pattern is to create a new file. File>New>Blank File … I used 980 pixels by 770 pixels, Resolution 300, RGB with a white background Now you have to be pretty accurate at this stage so…
In Elements, it’s easy to create your own repeating patterns using the shapes already provided. You can then save them as permanent additions to Elements’ patterns so you can use them again and again to create beautiful patterned papers for your scrapbook pages.