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    I have been looking through the folders but can't find this within SBM and just wondering if it's there or if someone can post a film frame embellishment?

    kind of like thgis, but curved?



    TIA!
    Last edited by juliehclark; 07-25-2006, 12:57 PM.


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  • #2
    Like this?



    This was done w/Photoshop Elements 3. First, prepare your image using the straight film frame. Then, open the image in PSE and go to Filters, Distort, Wave. Play with the controls until you get just the shape you want.
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    • #3
      Hey Lee

      I like that too............. Can you make the film frame to share?

      nie
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      • #4
        kind of! but I would like to be able to have the center transparent so that I can put different pictures in! )

        thank you though!


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        • #5
          http://www.scrapbookmax.com/gallery/....php?file=1421

          i love the one in this layout - (and does that kid look like the home alone kid or WHAT? gorgeous boy!)


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          • #6
            Film Frames

            Try these... there are two straight and one curved set of frames.
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            • #7
              Julie & Onie

              If you have the straight frame, you simply insert your own photos and use PSE to bend it to whatever shape you want. Try it w/Steve's frames. The advantage of using PSE (or any other editor with Distort filters) is that you can bend the frame to fit whatever area you have available. HTH.
              Lee Otsubo
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              • #8
                Beautiful layout!

                Originally posted by juliehclark
                http://www.scrapbookmax.com/gallery/....php?file=1421

                i love the one in this layout - (and does that kid look like the home alone kid or WHAT? gorgeous boy!)
                Maybe Marian has the curved film - it's her fantastic layout. I've been wanting the alphabet!!
                Julie

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                • #9
                  steve rocks da house! thanks!


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                  • #10
                    I hoped that's what you were looking for ...Your welcome
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