Photoshop 7.0 brushes, scrapbooking and how-to’s

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Photoshop 7.0 brushes, scrapbooking and how-to’s

So, you would like to print your own scrapbook that will be cool, unique and… huh, cool?

How would you like to make some cool graphics, merge them with some photos and print out as a scrapbook that will always remind you of some people or events?

Do you just feel you can’t afford to spend too much time working on it?

Well, let me tell you something. It took me one afternoon to do my Rovinj (Rovigno) scrap book. Rovinj is a small fisherman’s town in Croatia, at the coast of the Adriatic Sea. I decided that I want to have scrapbook of it, took one afternoon of and… voila! Here it is. Do I need to mention that I used my own brushes for it? (and of course my photos!)

Here is just a preview of the book and in next post I will briefly describe how it’s done. So, if I did it, I’m sure you can do it too. At home. Just using a printer, canvas paper, some textile, cork board, sea shells and a sponge. Nothing too sophisticated.

Photoshop brushes used for this book:

  1. Swirls (floral) Photoshop brushes set
  2. Tattoo designs Photoshop brushes set
  3. Simple brush strokes Photoshop brushes set

Simple brush strokes Photoshop brushes set

Simple brush strokes Photoshop brushes set


Sticky note
Now’s the time if you haven’t already – dive into my newest release, the Swirls 2 Photoshop Brushes Set. It’s available for free download for everyone! Don’t miss this opportunity to enhance your digital artistry with latest collection.

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