How to make a great looking postcard

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How to make a great looking postcard

Gang!
In case you did not notice, today is 9th of September 2009, or 09.09.09.
Now, how cool is that?

Some believe that 9 is the number of eternity. So, many decided to get married today for this symbolic reason.

Which brings me to Beatles. How? Well, not just because their fame is eternal, but also because they made a song called Revolution 9.

Did they want to tell us something with that number nine? Or with the word revolution? I don’t know. But I know that I made a pretty good shot of sunset yesterday and that I wanted to share it with you.

But not just the photo. I wanted to show you how to use Swirls Floral Photoshop Brushes set and Good Old Snail Mail Photoshop Brushes set to decorate a photo and make a postcard.

Good Old Snail Mail Photoshop Brushes set

Preview:

So, in this little graphic I decorated this sunset shot I took yesterday with Swirls Floral Photoshop Brushes set and I made a postcard out of it using Good Old Snail Mail Photoshop Brushes set.

bsilvia postcard sunset front
bsilvia postcard sunset back

I hope you like it and maybe it will give you some inspiration and ideas on how to use vectors and Photoshop brushes in your graphic design and scrap booking projects.

If you are interested to see more Photoshop brushes, there is a vast selection here.

Anyways, no matter what you use, brushes or vectors or both – never forget: have fun creating!

Love,
Silvia


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