Make This Element - Fake Doodle Borders

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What a great tutorial. Love doodles and this helps me think outside the box on uses for filters. Definitely one I'll be saving in Evernote so I can find it anytime that I want.

Today I booked a time to take a look at your tutorials, photoshop really a lesson, thanks for helping me improve my way of doing scrapbooking.

We have wave, too, Mersija! It's Efects > Distortion > Wave. While the effect I got isn't the same listed here, it did make a pretty cool "chalk" effect on mine.

well, isn't this just the niftiest tip - thank you so much for sharing and showing how to do - wonderful

Wow! This is such an effective little tool! Thanks for sharing.

I had no idea that there were many things to do with the wave. I have been curious about the other distort tools. Thanks.

.:.Thank you.:.

Gotta try this! Thank you for putting this up!

wonderful tutorial! thank you so much Marisa! It is very useful smiley

Awesome! Thanks for sharing!

Another great idea!

Awesome tutorial!

seeing how easy that is makes me smack my forehead! thanks

Brilliant! Just thismorning I was admiring a page that had a border like this and I added it to my list of favourite effects, and things to find out about. Can't believe how quickly it turned up without even looking for it.

Great Tip,thank you^^

Thank you!)))

Awesome!! will definitely try this soon. Thank you so much.

Thank you very much.

This site is absolutely unbelievable!! I definitely do mu homework before I commit to any subscription but wow! this site has it all!! Just when I think I could not be more impressed...BAM! I am!! Fantastic job on everything!!! Thank you for all you do!!

Thank you for this great tutorial, I've been wondering how to do this for ages smiley !

This was great, took me a couple tries despite the instructions being perfectly clear but so worth it! I never would have guessed it was this simple! Thank you!

After playing around with this tutorial for a little bit, I made a frame with mine and my husbands name in it! For hardly having an ounce of creativity in me and only using photoshop for a couple days now, I think I've done well! I know I still have a long way to go but I'm appreciative of all the helpful tips, I'm so happy I found this site! Thanks so much!

Thank you very much

Oh man, I always drew them by hand.

thank u

This tutorial opens many new doors for me - thank you! smiley

Thank you, these tutorials are very helpful. it is so much easier to understand how a feature works by watching you use it in a project then by reading a how to manual. I have learned a lot from you. Thank you

Very cool tute! The Wave filter is a very cool and complicated thing, and I like finding more about it! This works in PS Elements 14, too. Thanks!

I realize I'm late to the party with this one. Glad I found it! And, just FYI... I work in PS CS5, and when using that version, one must be working in 8bit to be able to use the Distort filter. It took me quite a while to figure that out! LOL

Very cool! I think I can figure out how to do that!

Ooooo- I love this! I was just wondering how I could do this. Thank you for sharing.