Following on from yesterday’s post with the free printable checklist planner insert, in this post I’m sharing how I made the scallop border for that insert.
To enlarge the screen of the video, click the square icon in the bottom right hand corner of the video (it will say ‘full screen’ when you hover your mouse over the icon).
Links mentioned in the video
- How to download Adobe Photoshop (the software I use to make all my printables!)
- Free graphic design video tutorials library
Beginner Photoshop Tutorials
- How to use clipping masks in Photoshop
- How to use shapes in Photoshop
- How to make printable labels in Photoshop
- Raster, vector, png, .TIFF, CMYK – what does it all mean?! (Graphic design terminology explained)
- How to create a new file in Photoshop and how to resize (without distorting!)
- How to use the color tools in Photoshop
- How to change the colors of a pattern overlay in Photoshop
There are so many ways you can use a scallop border when designing printables such as for labels. I also made some colored lined note paper which can be downloaded from the free printables library. If you’re an existing subscriber, you can download the free printable here (the password to login was sent in the initial confirmation email when you subscribed)
I have an ecourse packed with tutorials on how I make my printables (and how you can make them too!)