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New tubes – Netting

Netting picture tubes for PaintShop ProWhether you want to create a nautical project or find a way to have a different type of background, you can use these picture tubes. They are completely seamless so you can juxtapose them on top of each other to make a tall net. Then, you can use the Warp Mesh, or the Deformation map to give some movement to the net. Finally, add elements to your page, whether they are beach elements or photos you will attach with clothespins.

Get these tubes: Netting

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Netting background in png formatFor a sampler, I created a full-size 3600x3600 image with a neutral color netting. You can erase some parts, you can use the Warp Brush, or Deformation map to make waves, etc. It is a png format so you can add whatever background you want, or even thread ribbons, vines or other elements through the mesh.

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New Picture Tube – Braided Ribbons

Braided Ribbons picture tubes for PaintShop ProIf you ever braided ribbons in the past, you know that they could make for a nice long element that can then be used in various shapes. This is the same that you can do with PaintShop Pro and this set of picture tubes.

The set includes 10 colors plus a grey one that you can colorize if the base colors are not what you need.

Draw with your cursor or use the VectorTube script to place them perfectly along a path.

Get these tubes: Braided Ribbons

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Braided Ribbon frame in PNG formatAs a sampler, I just made a basic oval shape and using the VectorTube script, added some green braided ribbon. I added a ribbon bow (which is from Digitalscrapbook.com) and colorized it to match the ribbons (it was light blue initially).

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New tubes – Vines 1

Vines picture tubes for PaintShop ProHow about some climbing vines in the background for your next spring or summer project? These picture tubes will partially cover a wall of your choice, with vines. You can change the step to make it bushier if you prefer.

You also get some individual leaves so you can draw your own vines, around windows or other elements. They match the larger vines in size, colors and textures.

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Vine frame in PNG formatFor a sampler, I created a lattice frame where I added two vines. I created a path with the Pen tool, where I wanted the vines to go and ran the VectorTube script to place all the leaves perfectly on the path. I repeated the process with a green vine and the pink one.

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New Picture Tubes – Lit Lights

Christmas lights picture tubes for PaintShop ProYou can now decorate any element or even any photo with these lit lights picture tubes. You can embellish wreaths, trees, tags, but you can also add those to a photo of a house. Make it a night scene and those lights will really pop.

You get 8 sets of monochrome lights, and 4 sets with either two or six colors, placed alternately.

Place them manually, by simply hand drawing or use a script to place them precisely along a vector path.

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Decorated holiday digitsFor a sample, today, I created these large digits from the Spruce picture tubes and added some rainbow lights. Each digit is quite large, which allows you to resize them to suit your need.

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New picture tubes – Tatting Lace 1

Tatting lace picture tubes for PaintShop ProWith very little effort, you can now add some delicate tatting lace along the edge of your frames, mats, etc. You can use any one of the eight picture tubes and hand draw the lace in a free-flowing style, but you can also add it to any vector path for a very regular design.

The picture tubes are quite large so you can adjust the scale down if you want something smaller for your particular project.

You can also colorize the resulting lace, either with the Colorize command in PSP, or by "painting" a layer above it, using the locked transparency. This will allow you to have multiple colors on your lace.

Get these picture tubes : Tatting Lace 1

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Tatting lace frame in png formatFor this week's freebie, I created a delicate oval frame with this tatting. I also added some gemstones to it for a unique effect.

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New Picture Tubes – Decorative Icing 2

Decorative Icing picture tubes for PaintShop ProYou can use a simple piping bag to write text or draw some fancy ornaments, but if you are able to add some shell design, it would be even more fun and realistic, don't you think?

This set of 15 flavor picture tubes will match the ones from last week. As you draw with your cursor, the shape will change to create that shell design. It includes a slight inside shadow for more realism.

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Decorative icing elements in PNG formatFor a freebie, I created some PNG elements that are separate for you to combine in infinite ways, whether it is for a middle design or borders. Each element is large enough that you can cover a large area, but you can size down as needed.

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New Picture Tubes – Decorative Icing

Decorative Icing picture tubes for PaintShop ProIcing with a piping bag can allow anyone to have some interesting or fancy design on a cake or cookies, but it can be also messy and full of calories.

Now, with PaintShop Pro, you can hand draw any text or design on any pastry you want. You can also write text and frames for a project that is related to baking, cooking or other celebrations.

In addition to being able to hand draw any design, you can use some of the 12 included preset shapes to place the icing in a neat and regular shape with the VectorTube script.

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In order to win this script, add a comment on this Facebook post telling us whether you ever used a piping bag to decorate a cake or cookies (remember, add a comment, not just a Like!) The winner will be announced in the newsletter, next week. Not a subscriber yet? Not a problem. You can register here and it is free (and you only get one email per week).

Chocolate icing digits in PNG formatAs a sampler, I created some digits with a light chocolate flavor icing. Each digit is about 700 pixels high and in PNG format.

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If you want more icing elements to decorate your page, check out the Cake themed blog post in the Campus HERE.

New tubes – Hedges

Hedges picture tubes for PaintShop ProIn order to use hedges on your projects, you might have to rely on ready-made ones. Unfortunately, those might not be the length or the shape you need.

These tubes will generate a 1000 pixels high hedge along any grounds you want, whether they are straight or uneven. And you can "draw" them as long as you want. Each one will be slightly different as there are dozens of random "columns" that the program will pick from.

You also get the "individual" picture tubes, if you want to add the same greenery in smaller areas.

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Hedge frame in PNG formatAs a sampler, I created a lattice frame and added some of the "individual" picture tubes (since you would not see it if it were a full-height hedge! The full frame is a bit more than 1200 pixels per side. Use it to frame a photo or a quote or even some journaling.

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New Tubes – Crochet Lace Tubes 6

Crochet Lace Tubes for PaintShop ProMore crochet laces for you to decorate your projects. Create them in any length you need, and colorize them in any color you want to match your project.

There is now a total of 30 crochet edge tubes available in the store, so you can create a wide variety of frames, edges, clusters, etc. And you can use different scripts to create square/rectangular or circular frames.

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Crochet Lace framesFor this freebie, I used a long lace and ran the Circular Element script to make it into a round shape. Then, I ran the same script on a straight ribbon, to match the holes in the lace. I then used the interlacing technique to make that ribbon weave through those holes.

The freebie is in pspimage format so you can colorize the lace and the ribbon separately.

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New tubes – Pompom Trims

Pompom trim picture tubes for PaintShop ProPompom trims might be fun to add to a project, but how do you get the right color, the right length of trim and the right direction? Finding a ready-made trim might save time if you find that perfect element, but otherwise, why not use these picture tubes and draw them with your cursor, wherever you want?

You can use any of those 12 colors, including a grey one that you can colorize if you really need yet a different shade.

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Pompom trimAs a sampler, I used the grey trim, along a vector path (using the VectorTube script) and then colorized it with a rainbow gradient. The whole trim is 4000 pixels long so you can choose only a segment if you don't want to use it all.

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