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This is fabulous! Thanks. I’ll definitely put this to use in my LOs!
What a great tutorial! Thank you!!
Thank you so much for this, Misty! You rock!
WOW..I have been wanting to do this forever, thanks so much Misty!!!
Awesome tutorial Misty!! Thanks a bunch!!
Great tutorial. I like to think I’m quite proficient in PSE, but had no idea on how to do this! Thanks Misty!
Hmm. I have a question… How do I subscribe to your blog? I can’t see where to do it! I thought I had, but what I subscribed to was the comment feed! Ooops
I added the RSS Feed icon in the right sidebar. Does that work for you? If you are still having trouble, let me know.
Perfect! Thanks Misty
Just in time – I was wondering how to make my own waves and have been experimenting but could not find a way to do it. Thanks so much Misty.
wonderful tut Misty thanks
Your tutorials are great – keep them coming! I appreciate the time you put into the lessons and for sharing them with all of us! They’re quick and easy for me to get my head around when I don’t have a lot of time.
Cool tut! Thanks, like the new blog also.
Thank you so much for the great tutorial.
I am so excited to try this! Thanks!
Thank you again for a fab tutorial, you always make it look so simple.
I have photoshop 7.0 & was wondering if this tutorial could be used to make a vertical wave as a template for a quick page where i could then drag & drop a full sized photo into it? If this is possible, are you able to explain how i would go about achieving this?
Thank you so much! I just successfully used the lessons above in PS CS5e without having to change anything. I can’t believe it was this easy….thank you for all that you do for us!!
Hugs from Fort Lauderdale,
The lesson that Misty posted IS the .png wave that you are talking about. After you crop the image, save it as a .png file and then open it in the layout you want to use it in….HTH.
Thank you SO MUCH! I’ve been trying to figure out how to make my own wavy shapes (instead of purchasing them) and have been searching all over the internet. I’m going to try it out now.
A great tutorial except that I’ve drawn the rectangle and spanned across the page. I now have marching ants. So HOW DO I STOP THOSE in order to make the wave? It’s probably something small, but being new to this, it’s a step I’m not familiar with
Thank you so much
You shouldn’t have marching ants at all. It sounds like you are using a selection tool instead of the shape tool to draw your rectangle. You should draw your rectangle with the shape tool, which has a solid rectangle icon in the tools palette.
As an aside you can always keystroke Ctrl+D or go to your menus Select>Deselect to get rid of any selection.
Wow…I WAS doing it wrong. Thank you sooooo much. I luv your tutorials.
Using photoshop 7.0, have you written a tutorial on how to turn a photo into background paper? I’d so love to learn that
Trish, I have one on blending; http://mistycatodesigns.com/2010/12/blending-made-easy/
Take a look and let me know if that is what you are looking for.
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