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    Default Tutorial on my blog today: Realistic Paint Splashes on Your Scrapbook Pages

    Check out my blog today, I've written you a tutorial on how to use those really cool paint and ink splats to make your layouts look even more realistic!
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    Default Re: Tutorial on my blog today: Realistic Paint Splashes on Your Scrapbook Pages

    Thanks! Gonna check it out!!

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    This is a great trick. I can't wait to try it out!!! Thanks for sharing this

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    Great Tutorial. THanks.
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    Default Re: Tutorial on my blog today: Realistic Paint Splashes on Your Scrapbook Pages

    What program were you using? I am in PSE and when I double click my layers palette I can rename it...do you know how to open the blending options in PSE? Thanks!

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    I use photoshop cs5, guess I should have specified that... Maybe a PSE user can elaborate on how to open the style/blending palette in PSE?




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    Default Re: Tutorial on my blog today: Realistic Paint Splashes on Your Scrapbook Pages

    I messed around for a bit but couldn't find it, I'll let you know if I do!! Thanks

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    Default Re: Tutorial on my blog today: Realistic Paint Splashes on Your Scrapbook Pages

    On PSE the blending options is above the layers palette and the opacity is right next to that. not sure if we have a menu like Char is showing, but after my breakfast date I will look around some more.

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    Thank you Missi!




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    Default Re: Tutorial on my blog today: Realistic Paint Splashes on Your Scrapbook Pages

    This is the closest thing I have found is this so far.....



    And to get this I added a shadow (which can be removed) and clicked on the fx on the layer. Want the shadow gone? uncheck the shadow choice. I am thinking these are options that CS has that PSE doesn't.

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