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  1. In today's blog Susie says: Open the distressed paper you worked on in the first tutorial and hide the Botanical Edger layer

    I can't find the first tutorial. Can someone help?

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    2. Susie Roberts

      Susie Roberts

      Yes, any distressed paper will do but it looks best on lighter color or pastel backgrounds than dark papers.

    3. lorac


      Having trouble with creating sketch overlays. The instructions are for CS6 and I use PSE15. No matter what I try everything turns to grayscale including the paper and merges into one layer. Don't know what else to do. I looked under help in PSE and of course there was nothing to help me.

    4. beatricemi


      I use PSE 14 and followed the instructions exactly. I used a floral edger to start. Maybe that's the difference or maybe 14 is different than 15. Your sketch will be black and white originally but once you define it as a brush you can stamp it in any color. I always create a new layer when stamping a brush in case something goes wrong.