How to Create a Border Around Your Snapshots

I love a sharp, crisp border to go around my photos before I print them — and they are quick and easy to add if you are using Photoshop Elements.

Open your photo in your Elements edit space.

Click File, Resize, Canvas Size.

When the pop-up window opens, add your border — I usually change it to .5 inches, width and height — but here, you can experiment.

Make sure “relative” is checked. Next, choose the color for the border, mine, of course, is white.

Click OK, and you’re done!

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