Thursday, October 15, 2009

CU OK Retro Slide Overlays!

I was thumbing through the Filter Forge Library and found a very cool filter called Celluloid Dreams.  You can create retro looking slides and add scratches, noise, etc.  So I created three different slides that have scratches that you can lay over your layout or paper to give it an old time look and I went through and erased the “filtered” part so there are three blank frames.  You can use the blank frames as a clipping mask or recolor however you like!  The preview shows how they will look over a picture.  Each are 3600 x 3600 and are CU OK!
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37 comments:

Amanda said...

These are fun! Thanks!

Dawn Farias said...

Thanks for these, but you know what I really want to know? How did you get that pattern on the background that you're using for the display?? The gray smudged pattern? Can I do that in PSE 7??

TIA.

Aeryn said...

Too cool!!! Thanks so much!!!

Deanna said...

Very cool! Thanks!

Jan said...

Thank you. I can't wait to use this
on a layout. Love them.

Digi Free said...

Thank you! Your blog post will be advertised on the DigiFree Digital Scrapbooking Freebie search engine today (look for timestamp: 15 Oct [LA 06:00pm, NY 08:00pm] - 16 Oct [UK 01:00am, OZ 11:00am] ).

Jo said...

Thanks, these are great!

Ally S said...

Love them!! Thanks so much :))

Toucan Scraps said...

they look cool Deb, thank you

TerriM said...

Boy do I remember these things. Isn't it funny how things change and we go back to the "old" stuff, even if it's been revamped? I guess Scrapping is a lot like clothes, years gone by come back updated, LOL. Thanks!! Hugs -- xoxo! (terri - hawaii)

Samantha said...

These are great. Thank you!

Laurie said...

Lovin' retro! Thanks muchly!

Shel said...

Love retro stuff. Thanks so much for sharing!

keyr said...

Looks very cute girl !! thanks. I can already think of a million ways i want to use them !

CreativeBusyHands-Scrapbook Freebies Search said...

Thank you so much for this Freebie. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in CBH Digital Scrapbooking Freebies, under the Page 2 post on Oct. 16, 2009. Thanks again.

Sarah said...

these are cool!!!! Thanks

makeyesup said...

Super, thanks for making and sharing. Your work is always so awesome.

merr said...

Thanks a ton for sharin

kristi said...

These are cool. I'll have to try them out. Thanks so much for the freebies.

Andi Walker said...

Thank you so much. Love these.

Meg said...

I looove this! I already have a film strip frame set I use often, but not with the added old-timey effects! Thank you!

Janice said...

These are fabulous. Thanks very much.

amcsmith said...

I love this! Thanks for all your hard work

Sibylle said...

These look great. Thanks for sharing.

Yvette said...

Thank you for the overlays. I really like the scratches on them.

Pat Hall said...

super, as always! thanks so much Deb!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing this unique idea.

Elle de Mai said...

J'aime beaucoup, merci!

Nettie said...

what a great idea!! they look awesome!

Anonymous said...

Thanks! Very creative twist on a slide frame.

scrapulette said...

Super ! Merci beaucoup !

Anonymous said...

Thanks Deb. I'm interested to try these. They look like fun!
Robin

§apphyre said...

these are cool! thank you!

Anonymous said...

Thank you for the slide overlays. I appreciate your work. Love n Hugs. Hilda Tovar

Wilma said...

Thanks! These are fab!

Kathy and Blair Tomb said...

Cool! Thanks!

Nancy said...

Film strips are a favorite of mine! Thank you so much for these!