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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(video, card file & manual)
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Card: Julie Singco
Kit: Memory Keeper by Kim Broedelet
Font: Hello My Lovely Pro
More cards/pages created using this tutorial:
Card: Terry Fullerton
Kits: Anna Aspnes
Card: Sharron Lamb
Kits: Perfect Harmony by Digilicious Designs, Essence of Life by Palvinka
Fonts: a Bientot, American Typewriter
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Ann Clamme Monroe
Transparent Edge Sticker – the All-in-one download isn’t working.
Can you help, please?
try this download, Ann: https://digitalscrapper.com/downloads/DST/dst-transparent-edge-download.zip
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
Glad you enjoyed it, Lorraine!
What a great tip and so easy to use. Thanks Julie! Now to put it to use! 🙂
Thrilled to hear you liked it, Loretta!
LilyAnn A Fisherman
I’ve been designing for years and I can still say I learned something new today!
That’s great to hear, LilyAnn!
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!
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.
Thank you Julie for another neat idea.
You are most welcome, Margaret. I’m thrilled to hear you liked it!
Thank you so much for the tutorial….and the goodies. It’s the little touches that add so much.
You’re very welcome, Jo!
Wow! Great tutorial. I will be using this a lot! Thank you
You’re very welcome. Glad you enjoyed it!
Thank you for the great tutorial. What perfect timing, I’m creating a Birthday note using your tutorial and sending it today.
You are very welcome, Shelly. Glad it worked out so well for you!
Thank you for a fun tutorial! It’s so awesome to learn all these little tricks and tips! 🙂
You’re most welcome, Julie.
Thank you so much for this tutorial. It’s extremely easy to make an action out of this tutorial and works great!
You are most welcome, Shawn.
What a lovely refined touch!! Adds such a quiet elegant touch, and so simple, a win-win!!
Glad you liked it,Judy.
Great tutorial…You girls are so knowledgeable!!! Love all the little tricks you share!!!!
Thanks so much, Jean. Thrilled to hear you enjoyed this one!