Wednesday, November 11, 2009

The other Heart

This tutorial was written by Kelli on 11/11/09.
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 CaysCreation Designs
called "Romance"
it Can be purchased HERE or HERE
you can check out her blog HERE
~A tube of choice.I used these cute little posers HERE
~Font of choice
1. Open a new image 700 x 250 pixels.
Add a new layer ad go to selections, select all.
2.Open a paper of choice and resize it to 700 wide.Copy it and paste it into selection on your working image.
3.Open element 031, Resze it x 35% you will need resize it a couple of times to make it the right size.paste it as a new layer,
Rotate it to the left x 20 degrees.
4.Position it as desired and add a drop shadow of choice.p shadow of choice. Add your copywright.
5.Open the row of hearts element and resize it to 250 pixels high. Position it on one side of the tag,add a drop shadow. Duplicate it and mirror.So you have the little hearts on both sides of your tag.
6.Open the other elements you are going to use.Resize them and copy and paste them.
Position them as desired and add a drop shadow to each.
7.Grab your text tool and select a typewriter font, Or whatever you wish, and type your text for the notebook paper,
I typed:
God gave us 2 ears to hear, 2 eyes to see and 2 hands to hold, but why did he give us only 1 heart?Because he wanted us to find the other one.
When you are hapy with the size, rotate it to the left x 20
or use the same settings you used for the paper element,You want it to look like it been written on the lines.
8.add your tube of choice, position it as desired, add a drop shaow, now add your copywright.
9. Choose another font and type your name and add your favorite text effects.
10.Add your name and your favorite text effects.
Save it as a jpeg.
Thanks for trying my tut!
Hugs from Kel

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