Sunday, February 24, 2008

Another CU freebie


For your decorating and commercial use pleasure, here is another commercial use OK freebie. Today I have a treat for you Photoshop users. I made these in PSCS3 but they should work in other versions. I don't have a copy of Elements on my PC so I don't know if they will work there too. You can download these styles HERE. This set contains 12 beveled edge glittery styles in 12 colors(the black border in the pic is not in the styles). For anyone dying to use them in other programs, drop me a line in my comments and I will try to save them in a larger format as png's so you could use them overlay style. Once again, these CU items need no acknowledgment!
Also, please read the post below about my blinkie and logo contests. I am also curious as to what kind of kits my readers are dying to have. Give me a cool suggestion, and if I make it and you are the first suggester, the kit will be yours for free.
On another note, how many papers and elements do you think should be in a standard kit? I never know if I've made too much or too little, and would also love to know what your favorite parts are in a kit. Love frames? Paper? wordart? Flowers? It's your turn to say what you want to see more of, and then you can check out my new kits as I put them up at Stone Accents Studio and see what you love and what you miss! Also check out all of the other SAS-y ladies amazing work and check out all of the great freebies on the SAS blog. And don't forget to enter those awesome layouts in the monthly SAS-y princess gallery to get a chance to become a SAS-y princess of the month and get some great stuff, along with a lot of SAS-y love, lol.

***EDIT for PSP users :) I'll have png versions of these up later. Also, I found a great tutorial about converting PS brushes for use in PSP. Check it out here.

18 comments:

Bec said...

I would love to have the png files. I use Paint Shop Pro X2 and am fairly new at all this. As far as items included in kits, I prefer smaller kits. The bigger ones with lots of papers etc. seem too overwhelming when I am searching for items for scrapbooking. I would say maybe 8 papers at the most and that number of elements plus an overlay or two and a wordart is great. I find there are many papers out there the can mix with other kits and I like elements the best. Especially frames, wordart, and overlays. I don't like too many flowers, I prefer swirls or tags, to group in clusters... Hope that helps, and thank you for sharing.

Bec said...

A kit suggestion, I have not yet found a kit with quilted type items. If there is one out there I have missed it. I love to sew and like the fabric type elements etc. Happy Creating!

Maria said...

Thank you! Your blog post will be advertised on the DigiFree Digital Scrapbooking Freebie search engine today.

mel_h said...

thank you so much for your generosity. i love the fact that you give without wanting anything in return. that is quite commendable!
thanks a stack!
much love,
melxxxxxxxxxx

Anna said...

Thank you so very much, I love anything glittery!! The things I like to find are frames and elements, I have a million papers but am always on the lookout for cool frames! And yes, I would enjoy it if you could save this as a png, that would be so awesome! You are such a wonderful Lady for sharing, I appreciate it so very much!!

senati said...

Thanks so much for your generosity. I would LOVE to have these in PNG format so that I could use them in PSP.

Heather said...

I am working on the png versions right now, and should have them up tonight unless something crazy happens at today's dr appt. Also, another treat coming up later as well :)

Monika said...

You're very generous for sharing your work! For your question about the kits, I personally can live with fewer papers, and always look at the elements first, as we use more of those than papers. Ribbons, bows, pearls, laces,flowers are my favourites.
And just like Anna, I'm always looking for frames! Hope that helps!
Have a wonderful day!

thaliris said...

J'attendrais alors, car je n'ai pas photoshop!!!! Arrrr... partout c'est pour PS!!!
Je reviendrais
Merci
Nath

~HJ said...

I too would love to have these as png files (600 x 600 is a perfect size for my use, occasionally I use untiled fills as large as 900 or 1200). I use GIMP, which only opens the older PSD and PSP tools for some reason.

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Kimberly said...

Thank you so much!! I just love PS Styles and I love glitter, so these are perfect!!! :)

RoseAddict said...

Me! Me! Me! I'm dying to use this, but I need .png format. Thanks for going to the extra trouble to save and upload this in more than one format.

As far as kits go, I could easily copy and paste what Monika said; I like the same kinds of elements.

Nicole said...

Ooohhh, Heather these look great! Can't wait to use them. Thanks so much. As for my kit preferences--swirls, swirls and more swirls.:) Can you tell I'm addicted to swirls? Ribbons and realistic bows are essential too. Thanks again for the freebie!

M u s s said...

So glad to see you, Heather!
Please stay well!!

Thanks for the wonderful freebies!
{{{hugs}}}
Maria

lynda said...

meant to let you know that both your glitter and brushes work with PSE5 but you need to create a directory and install properly. thank you

Robyn said...

Thanks for the wonderful glitters! I'm a glitter-holic and this stuff doesn't scatter everywhere. :)

grambie said...

Thanks for this fabulous glitter file. I am definitely hooked on glitter in my oldage and so appreciate your sharing of your talent with us through concrete design tools. I can't wait to attend your Friday PS Sessions. I know it will be informative and an excellent learning process. Again, thanks!