Using a Brad Template

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@Jen: I'll teach you in my Designer Basics: Elements class, coming soon! smiley

Nice!!! Thanks for the tip

Cool trick! Now a brad can be used several ways. Thanks.

Thank you for the great tutorial!

Awesome! Thanks for posting this tutorial!

Thank you for the lesson!))))

These tutorials are awesome!

Oke, I can do this....

Thank you, this tut really helped and with all the tips I have something new to play around with!

GREAT IDEAS...I have tones of gems but they look better when they are conected to something to make a design. thank you so very much

Thank you so much!!

Awesome brad templates:)

thank u

Thank you smiley

So I've came to the conclusion, that (A) I miss signing on daily and had planned to use this amazing site from here to the end of time, (B) have spent the last week struggling to make my own "bubbles/flairs/brads" whichever individuals chose to call them (in PSE) and (C) I've lost a week (actually more) of scrapping and just gained frustration instead!

So I just wanted to say, thank you, for making and providing these, so we don't all go crazy and pull out our hair or worse, toss the computer out the window!

@Katherine: smiley smiley smiley

Thank you.

thank you

So totally agree I just lost all my buttons & brads these are fantastic & so easy to use

Thanks for the easy to follow tips on how to adapt the brad templates.

Thank you so much!

Tks for the tutorial!! I´ve been learning a lot with you guys!
PS - I´ve just realized that my picture is... turned? 90 degrees! Have no idea why!

Thanks Alessandra! You can find help here for rotating your profile picture.

thank you this will be so helpful

thank you for this tutorial.

Thank you for the tutorial, wasn't 100% sure on how to add other elements other than changing the colour.

Super helpful. Thank you for tuts!

thank you! I've been using photoshop for years and never locked a layer. now I'm going to play around with it and see how much easier it makes life smiley