Overlapping Frames

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Overlapping Frames Tutorial by Carla Shute

 

Overlapping Frames
by Carla Shute

Create three overlapping frames to add interest to a photo using the rectangular marquee tool.

 

For this tutorial you will need:

  • A photo with a single focal point
  • Photoshop Elements or Adobe Photoshop

 

Please note that this tutorial will not work with PSE14 or earlier versions.

 

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Page & Photos by Carla Shute Tutorial: Overlapping Frames by Carla Shute Kits: Bases Loaded by Julie Billingsley & Jay Day Studio, Premier 2021 Volume 2: Finely Chalked Element, Variations: Painted by Jen White, Who's on First by Libby Pritchett, Brush Set: Essential Grungy Lines by AFT Designs Fonts: Arcon, Freshline, Milk and Honey
Page & Photos by Carla Shute
Tutorial: Overlapping Frames by Carla Shute
Kits: Bases Loaded by Julie Billingsley & Jay Day Studio, Premier 2021 Volume 2: Finely Chalked Element, Variations: Painted by Jen White, Who’s on First by Libby Pritchett, Brush Set: Essential Grungy Lines by AFT Designs
Fonts: Arcon, Freshline, Milk and Honey

 

More pages created using this tutorial:

 

Page & Photos: Sheryl Reiber Tutorial: Overlapping Frames by Carla Shute Kit: Blooming by Tiramisu
Page & Photo: Sheryl Reiber
Tutorial: Overlapping Frames by Carla Shute
Kit: Blooming by Tiramisu

 

 

Page & Photo: Vicki Deane Tutorial: Overlapping Frames by Carla Shute Kit: Serendipity by Rachel Jefferies
Page & Photo: Vicki Deane
Tutorial: Overlapping Frames by Carla Shute
Kit: Serendipity by Rachel Jefferies

 

 

Page & Photos: Gina Harper Tutorial: Overlapping Frames by Carla Shute Kit: Boyhood Adventures by Kristin Cronin-Barrow Fonts: Sunshine, Breamcatcher, Myriad Pro
Page & Photos: Gina Harper
Tutorial: Overlapping Frames by Carla Shute
Kit: Boyhood Adventures by Kristin Cronin-Barrow
Fonts: Sunshine, Breamcatcher, Myriad Pro

 

 

Page & Photo: Val Sleger Tutorial: Overlapping Frames by Carla Shute Kits: Amity, Break Away, Multimedia Leaves, "The Story" WordArt, all by Anna Aspnes; Coastline by Lynne Anzelc Designs Font: Pea Lopi
Page & Photo: Val Sleger
Tutorial: Overlapping Frames by Carla Shute
Kits: Amity, Break Away, Multimedia Leaves, “The Story” WordArt, all by Anna Aspnes; Coastline by Lynne Anzelc Designs
Font: Pea Lopi

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10 Responses

  1. DiGi
    | Reply

    Thank you so much for this wonderful and fun tutorial!

    • Carla Shute
      | Reply

      You are welcome!

  2. Sue
    | Reply

    Your tutorial was awesome! I learned a couple of new shortcuts and loved learning how to make a frame!

    • Carla Shute
      | Reply

      I’m so glad you were able to learn something new! I hope you give it a try!

  3. Cynthia Dennis
    | Reply

    Thank you Carla for this fantastic tutorial.

    • Carla Shute
      | Reply

      You are very welcome Cynthia!

  4. Karen Schulz
    | Reply

    Excellent tutorial, Carla! What an easy way to create an intricate look!

    • Carla Shute
      | Reply

      Thanks, Karen!

  5. Eva
    | Reply

    Love it will give this a try!

    • Carla Shute
      | Reply

      I can’t wait to see what you create!

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