Transparent Edge Sticker

with 24 Comments

 

Transparent Edge Sticker
by Julie Singco

Quickly turn a title into a transparent edge sticker with this complex layer style. The secret is to reduce the opacity of the stroke outline.

 

For this tutorial you will need:

  • The card template from the download
  • PhotoshopElements or AdobePhotoshop

 

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Card: Julie Singco
Kit: Memory Keeper by Kim Broedelet
Font: Hello My Lovely Pro

 

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Card: Terry Fullerton
Kits: Anna Aspnes

Card by Sharron Lamb

Card: Sharron Lamb
Kits: Perfect Harmony by Digilicious Designs, Essence of Life by Palvinka
Fonts: a Bientot, American Typewriter

 

 

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24 Responses

  1. Lorraine
    | Reply

    Thank you Julie
    what a great final touch for my niece’s BD card. Will use this tutorial often. Keep on with being creative,
    stay healthy amid these difficult times

    • Julie Singco
      | Reply

      Glad you enjoyed it, Lorraine!

  2. Loretta Habig
    | Reply

    What a great tip and so easy to use. Thanks Julie! Now to put it to use! 🙂

    • Julie Singco
      | Reply

      Thrilled to hear you liked it, Loretta!

  3. LilyAnn A Fisherman
    | Reply

    I’ve been designing for years and I can still say I learned something new today!

    • Julie Singco
      | Reply

      That’s great to hear, LilyAnn!

  4. Margot
    | Reply

    Thank you so much Julie! I want to get the font but can’t find it. Can you point me in the right direction? Thanks and keep up the great tutorials!

    • Julie Singco
      | Reply

      Hi Margot. Glad you like the tutorial. I just realized there’s a typo in the name of the font. It should be Hello My Love Pro, not Lovely. It was a free font from Creative Market.

  5. Margaret Wood
    | Reply

    Thank you Julie for another neat idea.

    • Julie Singco
      | Reply

      You are most welcome, Margaret. I’m thrilled to hear you liked it!

  6. Jo
    | Reply

    Thank you so much for the tutorial….and the goodies. It’s the little touches that add so much.

    • Julie Singco
      | Reply

      You’re very welcome, Jo!

  7. DiGi
    | Reply

    Wow! Great tutorial. I will be using this a lot! Thank you

    • Julie Singco
      | Reply

      You’re very welcome. Glad you enjoyed it!

  8. Shelly W
    | Reply

    Thank you for the great tutorial. What perfect timing, I’m creating a Birthday note using your tutorial and sending it today.

    • Julie Singco
      | Reply

      You are very welcome, Shelly. Glad it worked out so well for you!

  9. Julie
    | Reply

    Thank you for a fun tutorial! It’s so awesome to learn all these little tricks and tips! 🙂

    • Julie Singco
      | Reply

      You’re most welcome, Julie.

  10. Shawn
    | Reply

    Thank you so much for this tutorial. It’s extremely easy to make an action out of this tutorial and works great!

    • Julie Singco
      | Reply

      You are most welcome, Shawn.

  11. Judy Mac
    | Reply

    What a lovely refined touch!! Adds such a quiet elegant touch, and so simple, a win-win!!

    • Julie Singco
      | Reply

      Glad you liked it,Judy.

  12. Jean
    | Reply

    Great tutorial…You girls are so knowledgeable!!! Love all the little tricks you share!!!!

    • Julie Singco
      | Reply

      Thanks so much, Jean. Thrilled to hear you enjoyed this one!

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