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Anita, this tut reminds me of the frames I've seen you use over the past several weeks.

BTW: I love what you posted. I always enjoy your puppy photos.
Thanks, Rusty. I will be using this mat technique many times.

Rusty wrote: That's nice, Carol
You gotta have the black frame ... give the customer what she wants!

Rusty
wow , these all look fantastic. Can not wait to try it.
I'm probably not doing this right...my poor brain is having trouble with the guy's wordy directions. And I did add a linen finish to the mat/frame.
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I like the linen finish.

Rusty
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Thanks, Rusty.
Nice results, everyone! I am surprised no bevels were used, since mats are bevel cut and the idea seemed to be to simulate a real mat. I think a 3D look is created and that works well.

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Courtney
very nice results.
Nice job, Courtney.
Glad to see you saw some wildlife on your last hike :biggrin:

Rusty
There is a very fine line between "hobby" and "mental illness" - Dave Barry

If your pictures aren't good enough, you're not close enough. - Robert Capa

www.prestophoto.com/photos/gallery/19932
Brother Rusty,
Thank you for the tut it came just on time as I'm designing a wedding album with 40 sides and I was just running out of ideas, LOL. The frame looks very delicate.
BTW shutterfreaks.com have some nice FREE frame Photoshop and Elements actions
Thanks,
Don
Shalom,
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