Recently a regular reader emailed me (hi Jake!) and asked how I obtained the dark, grungy edges on my Chocolate Cherry papers. He has PSE and I thought there were inner glow styles for PSE so I opened it up and tried to create dark edge around a paper so I could explain to him how it is done. However, I could only get the inner glows to work for lighter colors and not darker colors. The reason for this is because the blend mode for each of the inner glows in PSE is set to "screen". In CS3, I created some inner glows and set the blend mode for the glow to "normal" so that whatever color you choose for the glow will show up when you choose it. Of course there are other ways to create the same effect: You can make a selection of your element, feather the selection, and apply an inner stroke, then make a selection again, invert, and delete the outer portion of the stroke that bleeds off the edge of the element. (I think the styles method is much easier) If none of this makes sense to you that's okay. I just thought that my PSE Users may like to create inner glows for their papers or elements, like Jake did, and would appreciate a style set and Tutorial. You can choose any color for your glow and adjust the size however large or small you like, I explain this in the Tutorial. The tutorial was written with PSE6 screen shots but I am pretty sure it will work the same way in PSE5 and 7. Hopefully later today I will have another freebie for everyone.