Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Dreaming of a white christmas

This tutorial was written by Kelli on 07/28/09.
Do not copy this tutorial or post through any kind of group or claim it as your own. Resemblance to any other tutorial is strictly coincidental.
This tutorial was written using psp 9, but should work using any version.
It is written assuming you have a basic knowledge of PSP and its tools.

Supplies Needed:
~ The Scrap kit By Honored Scraps
Called Under the Mistletoe Can be purchased here:
you can check out her bog here:
~Font of choice
~3 tubes of choice, I am using posers by Sly.
~And These two masks:
these two masks were shared with me, if they are yours and you would like me to take them down please email me and I will take them down.

1. Open a new image 600x600 ~transparent.Open a paper of choice, copy.you can close the paper now. Go back o your new image, select all and paste into selection.
Select none, Apply Gabee mask,
Resize the mask layer by 85%

2.Repeat step 1 with the other mask.Position the smaller mask at the top of the larger mask and move it to the top(see my tag for refeence)Sharpen the top mask once and add a drop shadow or grad glow of choice.

3.Open one of the frames,paste onto your tag,resize it so that it fits nicely at the bottom of your tag, duplicate t twice, arrange the three frames as desired.Merge the three frames togther nd with your magic wand, click nsid each of the frames,
expand the selection x 2.

4.Paste a paper of choice as a new layer and drag it below your frame layer, inver your seletion and hit delete on your keyboard. selections select none. paste your tubes a new layers below the frame layers and above the paper layer. Add your copywright and watermark now.

5.Add your elemens of choice, Play arund with them, by duplicating them and resizing, and mirroring them.Add a drop shadow to each element.

6.Add your name along with your favorite text effects.

7.If you added a white background delete it before saving it as png.

Thanks for trying my tutorial!

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