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Wednesday, August 18, 2010

It's A Lemon Lime Day

It's A Lemon Lime Day Tube of choice, I used Suzanne Woolcott and Rion Vernon Scrap used Sprite by Gemini Creationz Font of choice I used MsMadi 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-sprite-chickenwire c/p as a new layer image rotate free
rotate to the right by 90% Now lets open gcz-sprite-paper7 c/p
as a new layer, resize by 80% move this right above your white
background layer and apply a mask of choice, I used gemsmask37,
now lets open gcz-sprite-frame6 c/p as a new layer arrange
this layer to the top, now duplicate this frame and on the original
frame go image rotate free rotate to the left by 6 now go to
the duplicated frame and grab your magic wand, click inside that
frame modify expand by 3 now selections invert, open gcz-sprite-paper8
c/p as a new layer resize this by 70% move it below the frame a
nd hit delete, select none now open gcz-sprite-flower2 c/p as a
new layer, resize by 50% and place at the bottom left of the frame,
now open gcz-sprite-flower4 c/p as a new layer resize this by 35%
arrange with your other flower now open gcz-sprite-flower3 c/p
as a new layer resize by 35% move this with your other flowers and
then move it down one layer below the yellow pansy layer,
Open gcz-sprite-greenery3 c/p as a new layer resize this by 70%
arrange so this layer is below your flowers but above your frame,
now duplicate and then image rotate to the right by 90% now
open gcz-sprite-greenery5 c/p as a new layer and resize by 70%
arrange with your greenery at the bottom of the frame, duplicate
this and then flip this and bring it back down with the other
one now open gcz-sprite-greenery1 c/p as a new layer and resize
this by 70% rotate to the right by 106% arrange this layer below
the paper layer in your frame, now lets open gcz-sprite-flower1
c/p as a new layer move this to the upper right of your tag, then
arrange this layer to right above your fence layer, now open
gcz-sprite-tagbox c/p as a new layer resize this by 70% arrange
this with your flowers, now open gcz-sprite-lemon1 c/p as a
new layer resize this by 25% now duplicate and image mirror
now rotate that to the left by 31% now open gcz-sprite-lime
c/p as a new layer and resize this by 18% arrange with your
lemons now add a tube of choice to your tag, and a dropshadow
of choice, when you are happy with everything hide your
white background layer and merge visible 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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