I have lots of goodies for you tonight but first and foremost I would like to personally thank the wonderfully generous and brilliant Hummie, over at Hummie's World. If you haven't been to her blog in the past couple of days you have missed her new video showcasing my little tag action at work in PSE7! My kids are so impressed that I'm on YouTube now! Well technically I'm not on YouTube but my action is! LOL. She has done so much through her tutorials to teach the rest of us how to use PSE and create some wonderful scrappin' stuff! Thanks so much Hummie - You Rock!
Next I would like to share a preview of a paper doll that Angela over at Toucan Scraps made, baby Chloe. Isn't it so cute? You can grab Chloe and her accessories on Angela's Blog!
Next, I want to thank Vicki from Bubbles Babbles and Barbara from Just Passing Through for a Kreative Blogger Award! I do appreciate all the awards given to me and I know I don't acknowledge all of them, (mostly because I am rushed on time), but THANK YOU THANK YOU to everyone who has awarded me in the past few months!
Now, drumroll- here's the freebies! I made another tag action for Photoshop and PSE. It's been tested in CS3 and PSE5/6/7 for Windows. This tag (again I made it too big at 9" wide but you can resize) is fully customizable (sp?) You can fill the outer portion, the insert portion, and the lines with your choice of color, pattern, or background paper! And if you don't want the lines, you can run the action without the lines. I again grouped this action for PSE7 Guided Edit users and Photoshop users. And I had a couple of strings that I photographed months ago when I was going to start a string collection but gave up on it. They were just the thing to throw in here for your tags. But wait, there's more! I made these cool digital beaded chains that you can use for your tags (or whatever you would like to use them for). But wait, there's more!! I included the style set and brush settings I used to make the chains so you can make your own chains in PS or PSE! And last, but not least... I made the tag into a layered template for the non-PS/PSE users and included the strings, chains, and a handful of samples in the .zip. Whew, I'm spent... enjoy!
Sorry about the crappy preview, I'm tired and wanted to get these posted before I headed to bed! Thanks for the fabulous comments on the "stroke a path with a brush" actions - I'm glad they will be useful for you PSE users!!
OH, one more thing - all my pattern sets are still available if you want to download and use them on your tags.