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67 Classic Frames (PSD with Paths)

The Frame Shoppe - The Classic Collection: A Pleasing Collection of Elegant Frames 67 Classic Frames in 7 Sets // Perfect for invitations, digital scrapbooks, photo greetings, and more!

Zip File Includes Formats:

  • Photoshop file (.psd)
  • Photoshop Custom Shapes file (.csh)

The Photoshop File includes all the frames as compound paths. Each frame is its own layer. Some frames contain only one path in its vector mask. Most contain more than one (the outer frame and inner frame - these can be separated if desired.)

The shapes file includes all 67 frames (outer frames only).

For FAQs and instructions on how to use these frames, please see the FAQs:

To purchase these frames in vector and PNG formats, visit:

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What software is required to use this product?

Adobe Photoshop is required to use these frames. Unfortunately, because of software limitations, Photoshop Elements will not support the files included in this product. If you have Photoshop Elements and like these frames, please check out 67 Classic Frames (PNG) :

How do I install and use the .CSH (Custom Shape) file?

Installing the .CSH file allows you to create the frame as a custom shape:

• In Photoshop, go to Edit > Presets > Preset Manager, and select Custom Shapes
• Click "Load..." and locate the file called 67 Classic Frames.csh
• Click Done
• In your Tools Panel, select the Custom Shape Tool (it might be hidden under the Rectangle tool. Just click that, hold your mouse down, and then select the Custom Shape Tool.)
• On the header menu, you'll see a lot of tool options. Toward the Right side of the menu, you'll see Shape. Click the little arrow to the right and then choose the frame shape of your choice.
• Draw the shape by clicking and dragging. Hold down the SHIFT key to prevent the frame from being stretched and to constrain proportions.
• Use your Move tool to move the frame around and position it where you want it.

How do I use the PSD file?

Use the file 67 Classic Frames-Compound Paths.psd (as an alternate to the CSH custom shapes) to view all of the frames at once and copy frame designs into another document.

• With your layers panel open (Window > Layers) open the Set of frames and the subgroup to select the frame of your choice.
• Choose the Move Tool from your tool panel to click and drag the frame to another document with your artwork.

How can I make a frame for my artwork?

OPTION 1: Copy and Paste frame to a layer or group
• Using the Move tool, position the frame over your artwork.
• Select the frame layer.
• Choose the Path Selection tool and click on the outer path of the frame (or the inner path.) Copy the path.
• Next, create a vector mask for your artwork, usually done by clicking the mask twice (the second mask is the vector mask). Paste the mask into the path. You can now hide the frame if you want. The frame path should now mask your artwork.
• You can download and watch a video of this process here:

OPTION 2: Make the artwork inherit the area of the frame.
• Using the Move tool, position the frame UNDER the artwork. Artwork should ideally be a single layer or smart object.
• Mousing over the layer palette in between the two layers, press the OPTION / ALT key and click. The artwork should inherit the area of the frame.
• You can download and watch a video here: