Using Inner Shadow Style to Make a Cutout

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LOVE this! It was fun!!

Thanks for all the info

I liked that effect, and it's pretty easy

This is way better than actually cutting holes on the paper. Thanks for sharing this tutorial.

Thank you for the tutorial. Very useful.

This is very useful. Thank you!

Awesome tutorial. Thank you!

Thanks Marisa

Thanks! I was trying to remember how to do that!

Love this effect.Thank you soooo much!

This tutorial has been so helpful! I tried following another tut on a different site... couldn't do it. Thanks for taking the time to do this!

I love your tutorials because they are explained well and to the point without a lot of added chit chat. Thank you for sharing.

This was soooooooo helpful. Thanks so much!

Thanks, Marisa. For all that I've been using Photoshop for years, even doing some scrapping, I hadn't tried this yet. The two newest ones in my gallery use it, though. I appreciate the addition to my arsenal of techniques. smiley


Marisa, sorry but I'm having trouble with your tutorial above smiley I opened up two papers and this is the part where it goes wrong - On this new layer I'm going to make a circle using the custom shape tool - HOW ?? Can you please help ??

Great tutorial Marisa!

i didn't know that was so easy! thanks

WOW, Photographer can't say its so difficult. Make easier and reduce their task.

This tutorial is fantastic, thanks for sharing smiley always wondered how this works smiley

yay, happy to find out how to do this:)

thank u

This is great, thank you. How do I go about making more cut-out circles in a row, or scattered across the paper?

Tutorials for evenly spacing elements and making random scatters, when you're done just add the cut-out style.

Thank you! This is a great tutorial!

Thanks for the action Violet, I haven't tried it yet, but look forward to seeing how it turns out. smiley

This looks good - I will give it a try soon! Thanks so much!

I like seeing layouts with this technique. Thanks for showing us.

Awesome tut !!! Thank you smiley

Thank you so much, Marisa, for this tuto! It opens many possibilities...

Thank you Marisa and Violet for those tutorials! Both work great! I love having more than one way to do something!