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Wednesday, June 16, 2010

The Key

The Key Tube of choice, I used Rion Vernon and Suzanne Woolcott Scrap used Alexandrite by Gemini Creationz Font of choice I used Qwigly this is a PTU font Graphic Program of choice, I use PSP 9 This tutorial assumes you have working knowledge of paint shop pro, All of my tutorials are my own creation and any similarity with any other tutorial is purely coincidential. Please do not copy my tutorials to anyplace, please link back to my blog! Open a new image 750x750 and flood fill white, (you can ALWAYS resize later, I like having plenty of room to work) Open gcz-alexandrite-string02 c/p as a new layer, image rotate free rotate to the left by 45% , Now open gcz-alexandrite-ribbon1 c/p as a new layer and move towards the bottom of the string frame, Now open gcz-alexandrite-greenery02 c/p as a new layer arrange this layer below your frame layer, and move it over towards the right side of the frame, layer duplicate this and image rotate to the right by 90%, duplicate that layer and go image mirror, line these up on the bottom peeking out below your ribbon, (you can use my tag as an example) Now open gcz-alexandrite-flower06 c/p as a new layer below your frame, and place it over your leaves you just added, Now open gcz-alexandrite-flower01 c/p as a new layer resize this by 80% and move it down and towards the bottom right edge of your frame (this will be below your frame layer and above the leaves layer) Now open gcz-alexandrite-doodle02 c/p as a new layer resize this by 70% right above your white layer, move it up and to the right, layer duplicate and image flip image mirror, Now open gcz-alexandrite-embel09 c/p as a new layer, arrange this to be right under your frame layer, now image resize this by 30% now go image flip, image mirror, move it up and to the left of your frame leaving some under the frame and some sticking out of the frame, now image duplicate, image flip, image mirror, arrange this like in my tag , Now open gcz-alexandrite-key, c/p as a new layer, arrange bring layer to the top, place this on the bottom right of your tag, Now open gcz-alexandrite-bird, c/p as a new layer, image mirror, now image resize by 35% now image rotate to the right by 18% arrange to your liking, or use my tag as a guide, now grab your magic wand, click inside your string frame, go selections modify, expand by 8, selections invert, Now open gcz-alexandrite-paper01 c/p as a new layer BELOW your frame layer, image reszie this by 50% arrange so it fills your frame, and hit delete, select none, I changed the opacity on this layer to 80% now go down to your white layer, and paste the paper as a new layer, image resize this by 80% now add a round mask of choice, Now you can add a drop shadow of choice to your elements and a tube of choice, I always resize my finished tag BEFORE adding my copyright info, it makes this seem clearer, add your name and copy right information and Save the way you prefer to save tags, I hope you enjoyed this tut smiles christy Ü

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