For those who may find 25 days a little daunting, here are 16 days for you to fill in.
Here is what it looks like.
This template is a fully layered .psd document. It is 12 x 12-inch, 300 ppi, RGB. There are many layers. Each of the squares for photos, or paper or whatever you want to put there, has a clipping mask, then the photo layer, then a layer for the white border around the photo. Of course, if you want a color other than white for that border, you could clip a color fill layer to the border layer and change it to whatever color you want. The black fuzzy lines around the images are actually two layers of the same thing. If the visibility of both are on then the color is darker. There are already in this template two color fill layers above the black fuzzy lines so you can turn on their visibility and change the color of the fuzzy lines.
For those of of you who like paths. the path used to make the fuzzy lines is in the Paths Panel so you could stroke the path with whatever brush you would like.
I believe that all in the template will work with PS Elements or PS CS. However, I am not sure that Elements allows you to have Groups of layers. So, I have two versions of the template for you to download.
If you can use Groups of Layers, such as PS CS users, then download this version that has four photos grouped into Groups so that the Layers Panel is not so full of layers. Click HERE for this version to download.
If you use PS Elements and can't use Groups of layers, then download this version in which there are no Groups. Click HERE for this version to download.
This template is highly modifiable to your needs. I hope you can find a good use for it in your scrapbooking. Enjoy!
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The EarlK Design blog consists mainly of entries that show how to do things using Adobe Photoshop that I hope you will find helpful and give your creative mind more tools to work with.
I use Adobe Photoshop CS6, and sometimes Adobe Illustrator CS5, Lightroom 5, and Corel Painter X. However, I believe that much of what I show can be done using Photoshop Elements.