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posted by elena wilken alias :: elena wilken :: on Sunday 12th of July 2009 09:14:46 PM

I mentioned the other day that I will be creating and uploading a set or two of templates for you to use as you wish (except sell ;) as a way to give back. here are screen shots of the first set. I will be uploading them and post the links in here before this evening. still working on the second set, which has a more modern feel. I thought I would have something for everyone. that set will not be up until next weekend probably. come back and download if you enjoy them. You don't have to, but I would appreciate getting some feedback on them (beside 'oh, I love these' or 'oh, I hate these') once you try them. (check out my profile for the download links) these are BC size. as the examples show you can use them as play date cards, save the date (gift to the couple after an engagement session), cards for mommies of newborns (most hospitals offer mommy and me classes that new moms attend), or as senior rep cards. All awesome ways to market your business. also, they follow the WHCC specs. I will be checking on the miller print specs and make notes of that if anything is different. ***** a few facts: - the templates are created with the CS3 suite, all the final files are.psd files. I have not tried to work with them in other versions of Photoshop, so I don't know if problems are going to come up when they are opened in other versions. (it would be cool if you can let me know what your experience was) - you can not sell them in any way, shape or form as templates, but you can use them to create printed products for your clients - here is a link to the free font I used for the front/name (OptimusPrinceps); the second font, the serif is Baskerville. if you do not own that I strongly recommend using another similar, serif font. - the image is cropped to the shape you see in the examples I posted, with clipping masks. you will find that very simple to use once you understand the concept. I don't have any directions included, but here is a link to a video tutorial on the whcc website on how to work with clipping masks (the first video on the page. here is the link: focused.whcc.com/how-it-works) For these templates the clipping mask is already included. all you need to do is: 1. drag your photo in the template (sized down so it fits within the card), 2. make sure that on the layer called LAYER MASK the mask is the one selected (just click on the box on the right to do that) 3. and then while holding down the option key drag the mask on the layer where your photo is and watch the magic happen :). Enjoy! (and pay it forward someday :) p.s. if you are still having troubles I can put together a quick tutorial (with images) within the next week. the second set of templates will be up by next weekend



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