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How to Add a White Frame/Border to Your Photographs in Photoshop

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One very popular trend in digital scrapbooking is to add a white frame or border to your photographs in your layouts. This is super easy to accomplish and can be done in just a few clicks!

To start, open your digital scrapbooking page and select the layer of the photograph you want to add a white border.

Once the layer is selected, go up to Layer -> Layer Style -> Stroke

Next, choose your settings for the stroke options:

stroke settings

Here you’ll see I set the size of the stroke to 24 pixels – you can adjust to your layout as necessary.

I also changed the color from the default of black to white.

Hit OK and your photo will have a nice border added to it!

Adding a stroke layer style to your photos in Photoshop is very simple and easy to do – if using Photoshop Elements, you’ll find similar settings under Layer -> Layer Styles as well to achieve the same effect!

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