Tuesday, December 27, 2011

CU OK Folded Tree Action for Photoshop and Layered Template

After playing around with real paper I thought it would be cool to have an action to make the little folded trees out of my digital ones.  This little action will create a folded tree from two background papers.  Unfortunately it will only work in Photoshop.  I tried to get it to work in PSE but just got too frustrated.  It’s been tested in CS3 and CS5, the only two versions of Photoshop I own.

For those who do not have Photoshop, I made a template of the tree so you can still make trees of your own.  However, you will probably want to rotate your papers so to make the tree look more realistic, like it was really “folded” from one piece of double-sided paper.  But I also tested it just slapping some patterned styles on the different layers and they turned out cute too!  I hope you all had a wonderful Holiday and best wishes to you for a Happy New Year!

SC_FoldedTreePreview

Download the CU OK Folded Tree .atn and template HERE (DL)

or HERE (Minus)

14 comments:

Gail said...

LOVE this action and layered template - thank you!

Sweet Pea Designs said...

Thanks so much!

Stacey said...

thank you so much for this fantastic action! Happy New Year!

BlueCat said...

Thank you very much.

Van said...

Great Action - thank you so much!

Angela (Toucan Scraps) said...

looks fabulous Debs, thank you. And thank you for the template format too.

Blessings to you all from Angela

Linda said...

Hello and Thank you for this folded tree action and png. I wish you and your family a fantastic 2012...

suruha said...

Hi, Deb! Thank you! This is such a cute idea!

Su

Trine Secher said...

Thanks a lot for this action.
I just wanted to let you know that it works fine in PSE 9.0...

Happy New Year!

Susie Jefferson said...

Fabulous idea! What a shame I didn't see it before Christmas, lol.

Happy New Year!

Nancy Elaine Davis said...

I want to thank you for the entire site. How amazing. I wanted to email you but It won't let me. You are so appreciated as I don't comment on all the beautiful treasures I get.

THANK YOU

cleversomeday said...

I am not a digiscrapper, but I am a craft geek who is getting more and more into Photoshop and just wanted to say how cool it is that you figured out how to do this. Just the kind of challenge I love and you nailed it!

Kirsten said...

Thank you so much!

Valerie said...

Thanks so much!