Have you ever wanted to clip your own papers to make a scalloped mat or frame… but didn’t have enough shapes in your stash to choose from? Well, fear not! I have an awesome stash builder for you today: scalloped circle mats and frames in varying sizes. Simply clip your papers to them to make your own mats and frames for your digital scrapbook layouts. In Photoshop Elements, add the shape to your layout and put your paper on the layer directly above the shape. Then hit CTRL+G to clip the paper. This will create a clipping mask. You can then hit CTRL+E to merge the two layers, if you like! In Photoshop, use CTRL+ALT+G to create the clipping mask (Mac users, use COMMAND instead of CTRL). I hope you find these useful!

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61 Comments

  1. Thank you sooooooo much! I just love scalloped shapes.

  2. thanks for a a great basic!

  3. thnx again:)

  4. Thank you very much for sharing !

  5. Thank-you, love your freebies!!!!!

  6. merci pour le partage : j’ai justement un projet où je ne veux utiliser que des formes rondes et celles-ci seront parfaites !… je partage mes liens sur Pinterest : je viens d’y ajouter celui-ci !… http://pinterest.com/lemondedis/ (j’ai déjà plus de 13000 liens vers des téléchargements gratuits !)

  7. This is lovely. Thanks a lot.

  8. Thank you for sharing this! It was exactly what I was looking for to create labels fr my daughters birthday party

  9. These circle mats are exactly what I am looking for! I need them to complete a speedscrap layout today. Yikes! Thank you so much for coming to my rescue with just what I need.

  10. Thank youuuuuu .. Love ut

  11. Thank you so much. This is my third time to use you wonderful layouts. God bless you more.

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