If you’d like to add a paper or element with a torn edge to your digital scrapbook page, you could also use one of the many torn-edge masks available in my shop. But you can also create a torn edge in Photoshop or Photoshop Elements and in this short video. There are probably multiple ways to do this, but I”ll show you two quick and easy ways to do so.
Video Tutorial Torn Paper Effect
This tutorial will show you how to create a torn edge for a digital scrapbook paper and how to do the same for an element. The steps in the tutorial will work in the full version of Photoshop and in Photoshop Elements.
- If you love the look of torn paper, but don’t want to make your own, you might want to check out my torn paper masks — or even some of my clipping masks! To use a mask like one of those below, simply clip (with your paper layer active, from the menu choose Layer>Create Clipping Mask) your paper to the mask, and voila — a torn edge!
- Use Coupon Code: VRD-ONE-MASKS to take $1.00 off any of these mask products in my shop!
- Leave a comment below if you have any questions about this tutorial— or just to let me know you found it helpful!