Background Embossed Frame

Supplies needed:  PS CS5, but   probably will work on other versions of PS. . FM Filters (Blend Emboss); Simple (Quick Tile) Neology (Blend Mosaic), Mura Seamless (Emboss, Shift at Arch), Border Mania (Frame 2), Eye Candy 5 Impact: Bevel at default;   ScreenWorks (Net Pattern), graphic or tube of your choice (one that is plain, not busy looking).  Resize if necessary.   Ok, here we go!       My graphic was a tube I created from a movie capture
1.  BACKGROUND.  In this tutorial  we make the background first as we need it as a pattern for our frame. 

  a.  Open a new 200x200 transparent image.  Fill with a color from your tube. I used a light pink. Copy your tube and paste into the image.  Merge all.  Simple; Quick Tile.  Filter: Add Noise: 5%, uniform,  monochrome checked.  Neology: Blend Mosaic; Mura Seamless: Shift at Arch; FM Tools: Blend Emboss one or two times. Image: Define pattern, name your pattern and then minimize this square for now. 

 2. FRAME.  Take your copy of the resized tube. Open new image about 350 longest length.  Choose a light background, in my case, I chose light beige.  You may put a shadow on the tube, it's up to you.  Merge all.  Choose two colors from your tube.  Image: Canvas Size: Add 3 pixel border to your size, use background color.  Add 5 pixels in white. Go to Bucket Fill, select pattern.  Find your pattern and fill the white selection. Do NOT deselect. Go to Border Mania: Frame 2: Border and Frame Width 5;  Deselect. Add 3 pixel border, with chosen color. 

This is what you have so far.   
3. Add border of 15 in your second color.  Click with magic wand. Screenworks: Net Pattern.  Deselect.

 

4.  Repeat the above of 3 dark, 5 light and fill with background pattern, Border Mania frame the same, add 3 of dark.  Deselect.  Add 25 pixel border of white, select with your magic wand and fill with your pattern. (Make sure your bucket fill is switched to pattern) Filter: Add noise: 10 uniform and monochrome checked,  FM Tools: Blend: Emboss once or twice. Deselect.

  

5.  Repeat the 3-5-3 border.  Add corners if desired.  

 

7. If you have any questions do not hesitate to email me.... 

Final Result: 

Result using background tile (lightened) (Image: Adjustments: Hue and Saturation) for stationery: