Saturday, August 18, 2007

Seebee's Freebies Basics Photo Clusters for PS/PSE



Now available, these are a rework, of sorts. I took some of the frames from the Old Photo Edges, recolored them and stretched them a bit, and arranged them into clusters of 3 and 5 with custom shadows. (You can delete the shadow layers, if you wish.) Just group your photos to the picture squares by making sure your photo is above that gray-colored square layer. Then, hit Control-G (PSCS2 is Control-Alt-G, and possibly the same way for CS3) to confine the picture to the gray-square. Either open your pictures and add them to the template separately from your layout, then Merge Visible and drag that layer to your layout. Or you can drag all the layers of the template onto your work and add the photos there. You can download it here: http://www.4shared.com/file/25827454/37b0db9b/Seebees_Freebies_Basics_Photo_Clusters.html

13 comments:

Neverland Scraps said...

Wow these are super cute, I always look forward to your cute things! And as usual, I am NEVER let down. Thank you so much!

Maria said...

Thank you! The DigiFree freebie search engine is about to list this blog post at digifree.blogspot.com

Andrea Dumalski said...

I found you from the digifree blog. Awesome photo clusters. I will probably be using them in EVERY layout. Thanks so much for sharing.

Anonymous said...

These are really great! I love your designs and your work! Thank you so much! :)

mel_h said...

thanks so much for the freebie!
much love,
mel
xxxxxxxxxxx

M u s s said...

Thank you!!

Love cluster frames!!

{{{hugs}}}

Mara said...

love these, thank you very much

Trisha said...

Thank you for this neat photo cluster.

Anonymous said...

These are awesome. I love using photo clusters on my double page layouts. Thank you so much. Janet

shawnyrvr said...

Totally AWESOME!!! I love these!!!

THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!!!!

Blessings, Shawna

Melusine said...

Great clusters, thank you so much :)

lukasmummy said...

Thank you for sharing these,
Hugs Crystal xx

Sharon Kay said...

This looks great! TY TY very much!