(Closed) Pocketfold templates – worth it?

posted 7 years ago in DIY
Post # 3
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: April 2012

@JessicaDolly: oh!  I’ve seen that photoshop brush!!!!!  

You could always download Photoshop and play around with it.  or, if you like, I could try doing something similar for you, no charge 🙂  

Would you want everything listed there (like the matts) or just the invites and stuff?  I’ve never done matts before, which is why I’m asking.  You’d also have to tell me what you want it to say, kinda like what they have there…. so it’d be totally customized to you. 🙂  

 

Otherwise, have you checked Michaels???  They have some good ones there and you get coupons from their newsletters and website.  

Post # 5
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: April 2012

@JessicaDolly: I’ve seen those too!  

like on the inserts: http://photoshop-free-brushes.com/category/decorative/page/2

 

chandelier: http://ro-stock.deviantart.com/art/Fancy-Chandeliers-58969934?q=boost%3Apopular%20photoshop%20brushes%20chandelier&qo=1

the first link has tons of awesome photoshop brushes.  obsidiandawn.com has great photoshop brushes and if you google “photoshop brushes” you’ll get tons of hits.  I suggest typing in “photoshop brushes” and whatever you’re looking for.

example: photoshop brushes chandelier

or       photoshop brushes flourishes

 

One you open photoshop,  you can either choose “us paper sizes” or, I highly recommend “photo sizes”.  Or, you can just use the size you need by typing it into the boxes.  Just be sure it’s CMYK and at least 300dpi.

if you need any help using photoshop, send me a pm!  

Post # 6
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: April 2012

oh, and if you need to know how to import the brushes, I can walk you through that, too!!!

Post # 7
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Newbee
  • Wedding: August 2011

Although the Etsy seller’s work is beatuiful there are definitely cheaper places to find downloadable templates. I have gone to a few but decided to try and design it on my own.

downloadandprint.com has templates at about half the price or less

designbetty.com has some nice ones too. just make sure it is the right size for your pocketfolds

 

Good luck to you on whatever you decide!!

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