Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Be Thankful

This tutorial was written by Kelli on 12/02/09.
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 "Harvest Time"
I am not sure where it can be purchased now
And I cant find her blog now either.
If anyone knows where you can find her blog please let me know
so I can link the tut to it.
~a Tube of choice.
I used a tube by Keith Garvey
you must purchase a license to use his work,
you can buy one at MPT
~a Font of choice

1. Open a new canvas, 500 pixels wide x 500 tall.Color of choice,
I made it white.
2.Open the tube of choice.
3.Open the round flower frames. Resize them appropriately and copy and paste them as new layers.
Position them so one is on top of the other one, but so that you can see the bottom one peeking from under the top one.
Add a drop shadow of choice to both frames.
Make the bottom one active, grab your magic wand and click inside the bottom frame. Expand the selection by 2. Add a new layer.Copy and paste your tube into selection.Select none,Lower the opacity of the tube layer that is inside your frame.I set mine at 50%.Now paste the tube again on top of both frames.
4.Now just add the elements of your choice.I added a drop shadow to each element.When you are happy with the tag.Merge all.
5.Go to image and add a border.2 pixels color of your choice, add another border this time 10 pixels, color doesnt matter. Now add another border, color of choice.
6.Grab your magic wand tool and click inside the larger border.Open a paper of choice, copy and go back to your working image paste into seection. Select none.
7.Add a few more elements on to your tag now, add your
© info also.
8.Now add your name in your choice of fonts.Add your favorite text effects.
Save as a jpeg,
Thanks for trying my tut!
I hope you are happy with your results!
Hugs from Kel

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