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    Snactuary
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    Anyone know where I can find a film strip to download - just a basic one? I know I'll use it a lot, so I don't mind paying for it... The only ones I've seen are at DSP and they are included in bigger kits... I guess worst case I can pick out a kit I like and buy it...

    Also - I have Photoshop Elements - is there maybe a plug-in I can buy that has them that way?

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    My SIL and I were just talking about this. I'm trying to find a filmstrip for Kira eating her bday cake. And my SIL found this, you will see that it has other ones too. There's one that is really cute that curves like it is trying to curl.


    http://www.designerdigitals.com/ecom...roducts_id/199

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    Oooh - thanks!!! I'm going to get that for sure!

    I found that Photoshop also has a free brushes download that has all kinds of frames and borders (including film strip) - but I don't know if it will work on Photoshop Elements... I should be getting Photoshop CS2 soon - so I may download it after that and check it out...

    This is what comes in the brush download:
    Archway: a stone archway
    Bamboo: sticks of bamboo in the shape of a frame
    Celtic: a border of Celtic knotwork
    Decorative 1: an ornamental border with loops and dots
    Decorative 2: a border with crisscrossing ribbons
    Decorative 3: a border with lines and swirls at the edges
    Decorative 4: swirls & fleur-de-lis make up this border
    Decorative 4-inverse: this is the same as "Decorative4", but with the colors inversed
    Decorative 5: a classic styled border with rounded inner edges
    Diamonds: a border made up of diamond shapes
    Doily: this is just the outer fringes of a lace doily
    Fabric: fabric cut with zig-zag scissors and stitched together with a thick thread
    Filmstrip: a filmstrip border to make photos look like a movie reel or a negative
    Frame1: a frame made of wood and with metal studs - textured and grungy looking
    Frame2: a simple wooden frame
    Frame3: an ornamental metal (or wood) photo frame
    Grunge1: a grungy border, fairly uniform
    Grunge2: a grungy border that's kind of all over the place
    Grunge-squares: a border made up of grungy styled squares
    Leaves1: a regular beveled frame, but with a patch of leaves in the upper left corner
    Leaves2: a border made up of vines and leaves
    Polaroid-dark: to be used with a dark brush color on a white background
    Polaroid-white: a more simple border, made to be used with a white brush color
    Ric-rac: a border made up of ric-rac, a fabric-type border used in sewing
    Rope-circle: a rope in the shape of a circle that can be used as a border
    Rope-square: a rope border, in the shape of a square
    Sequins: a border made up of overlapping sequins
    Stamp: a border made to make your photo look like a stamp

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    here are a few.... I'm way into filmstrips right now hehe Click on the picture to go to each item.











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    WOW!!! Thanks! I don't know where to begin, now! And - I actually had a white matte on one of the pictures in the layout I'm working on - to make it look like a polaroid - but this is way cooler!

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    Filmstrips are great! I bought some as well. They are just too nice to have!
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    Hey Sara!!
    I just got CS2 recently and was wondering about the free download you mentioned...Where can I get it?

    TIA!!!
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    I love the Christina Renee ones! The others are so cool, TY for posting this!

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    I've never downloaded anything like this before - so I have no idea how good it is - if you do, let me know!

    http://www.photoshopsupport.com/tool...s-brushes.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snactuary
    I've never downloaded anything like this before - so I have no idea how good it is - if you do, let me know!

    http://www.photoshopsupport.com/tool...s-brushes.html
    Thanks!! I'll give it a try..
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