Tattered Edges with a Waxy Crayon Brush

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Tattered Edges with a Waxy Crayon Brush
by Julie Singco

Use a Waxy Crayon brush and a layer mask to quickly add tattered edges to your digital project. This tutorial shows you how to add visual interest to your elements, papers and photos.

For this tutorial you will need:

  • The layered quick page greeting card from the download
  • Photoshop Elements or Adobe Photoshop

 

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(video, manual & quick page)

 

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Before & After

 

Credits:
Card: Happy Father’s Day by Julie Singco
Kit: Stories: 365 by Kristin Cronin-Barrow
Fonts: Mr. Eaves, Black Jack Regular

 

 

Credits:
Page: Beach Vibes by Julie Singco
Photos: Julie Singco
Kit: Ocean Breeze by Palvinka Designs
Fonts: Chameleon, Sorbet LTD

Credits:
Page & Photo: Christine McCune
Template: Perfectly Personal WA by Jenifer Juris;
Kits: BG texture: Design Beautiful Pages class, BGs: Garden Journal by Mediterranka;
Fonts: Torta Ornamentals, Arial

 

Credits:
Card: Jessie Trotter
Kits: Marisa Lerin – Winter Day Mini, Gingersnaps – This is Family, Created by Jill – Inner Peace
Fonts: Photograph Signature Regular & Myriad Pro Regular

 

Card: Barbara Hewitt
Kits: In the Garage by Sherwood Studio and Doodle Me a Daydream, Hello Yesterday and Better Together by Simple Pleasure Designs by Jennifer Fehr

 

 

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18 Responses

  1. Rose Corbin
    | Reply

    That’s a great idea! Thanks.

    • Julie Singco
      | Reply

      Glad you enjoyed it, Rose!

  2. Ruth Everson
    | Reply

    So simple and a beautiful template for other occasions! Thank you!

    • Julie Singco
      | Reply

      You’re welcome, Ruth. I’m thrilled to hear you enjoyed it!

  3. Laurel
    | Reply

    This was great! Thank-you!

    • Julie Singco
      | Reply

      I’m so glad to hear you enjoyed it, Laurel!

  4. Linda Sattgast
    | Reply

    What a fun tutorial, Julie! And the Father’s Day card is beautiful! Thank you.

    • Julie Singco
      | Reply

      You are most welcome, Linda. Glad to hear you enjoyed it!

  5. Norah Stack
    | Reply

    I am using PS CC 2018 but do not seem to have Legacy brushes, do you have any ideas?

    • Julie Singco
      | Reply

      Hi Norah. We only support the latest version of PS. I ‘think’ Legacy Brushes were introduced in PS CC 2019. You should be able to skip the Legacy part and look in the Dry Media Brushes.

  6. Donna J
    | Reply

    Thank you, Julie, for the tattered lesson!

    • Julie Singco
      | Reply

      You’re welcome, Donna!

  7. rbbtrdg
    | Reply

    Where do you get the waxy crayon brush?

    • Julie Singco
      | Reply

      The brush is available in Adobe Photoshop and Photoshop Elements. The instruction manual (included in the download) has details for finding the brush in either program.

  8. Terry L Stuart
    | Reply

    Thank you, GREAT tutorial!!!!

    • Julie Singco
      | Reply

      You’re welcome, Terry. Glad you enjoyed it!

  9. Julie
    | Reply

    Thank you for this awesome tutorial. The template is going to be my Father’s Day card for my husband! 🙂

    • Julie Singco
      | Reply

      I’m delighted to hear you liked it, Julie.

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