Monday, March 8, 2010

Autumn Bliss Tutorial

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You will need:

Scrapkit 'SnSFallBlogTrain' from WenchDesigns
A tube - I used one from CEIStickers-MPT. You have to be a registered member
of MPT & buy the tubes.
Font - I useds GillSansUltra Bok-came with my PSPX1

New white canvas 700x700

Copy & paste Frame4 from scrapkit
Freehand Selection Tool - draw around square frame.

Copy & paste one of the Papers from scrapkit (to suit your tube)
Selections-Invert - hit delete - move paper layer below frame.
Give frame this drop shadow

Copy & paste RaffiaBow as a new layer - place it top right corner of the frame.
I resized my bow by 85% Bicubic-all layers unchecked. Give the bow the same drop
shadow as before.

Copy & paste one of the MumFlowers as a new layer. Resize 65% Bicubic-all layers unchecked.
Duplicate & move duplicated flower slightly to the right. Copy & paste another MumFlower, do the
same as before but don't duplicate this one. Place it centre of the other 2 flowers.
Merge Down all the flowers till they are on one layer

Duplicate the flowers-Image-Flip-resize 80% Bicubic-all layers unchecked. Move these flowers into
centre of frame (see mine for placement)

Copy & paste your tube as a new layer. Give same drop shadow as before.
Add your name & correct copyright
Cross out eyes on bottom layer (white) Merge Visible all other layers.
Crop Tool - crop to remove excess white background.
I resized my finished tag by 78% Bicubic-all layers checked.
Then you need to resize once more the Resolution with these settings

Save as a *Png

This tutorial was written by ©Kate on 8th March 2010.
Any resemblance to any other tutorial is purely coincidental.
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