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Today's tutorial is Beginner level photoshop. However, it does assume basic knowledge of the sidebar menu and the layers palette.
In "traditional" scrapbooking, we use glue, tape, or various other items to fasten our papers and elements to each other. We typically build our scrapbook page from the bottom up, securing our elements as we go. We can do the same thing in our digital scrapbook pages.
Today let's take a look at how to adjust a Stroke in Photoshop and Photoshop Elements.
In today's tutorial, we will learn how to load Styles. This can be done in several different ways.
I am working in CC2015 today; however, this technique works in Adobe Photoshop Elements also. (Be sure you are working in Expert Mode in PSE). Instruction paths will be provided based upon CC2015 and PSE14.