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Sunday, October 10, 2010

The Girls of Autumn

The Girls of Autumn Tube of choice, I used Suzanne Woolcott and Rion Vernon Scrap used a darling Free to use scrap called
Autumn Wishes by Scrapping Mar Font of choice I used Street Corner Slab 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 AutumnWishes_scrappingmar34 c/p as a new layer and resize this by 24% grab your magic wand and click inside the frame openings selections modify expand by 5 selections invert, now open AutumnWishes_ScrappingMar7 resize this by 20% now c/p as a new layer below the frame layer and hit delete, select none Now open AutumnWishes_ScrappingMar10 resize this by 20% c/p as a new layer right above your white background layer, and apply a mask of choice, I used montiblindsmask1 I used raster deform tool to stretch it out a bit and squish it a bit, now lower the opacity to 35% Now I added AutumnWishes_ScrappingMar7 resized by 19% right above the white background layer, applied the same mask merge group and rotate to the right by 90% squish and deform like before, turn the opacity down to 35% on this layer as well (it should look like a plaid mask) Now lets open AutumnWishes_ScrappingMar2 c/p as a new layer bring this layer to the top and resize by 8% and place on the right side of your frame, Now open AutumnWishes_ScrappingMar4 c/p as a new layer and resize this by 8% place at the top left of the frame open AutumnWishes_ScrappingMar35 c/p as a new layer and resize this by 14% arrange with your little girl, I placed this layer below the little girl layer, now lets open AutumnWishes_ScrappingMar13 c/p as a new layer resize this by 25% arrange this layer below the apple and place the flower near the apple, Open AutumnWishes_ScrappingMar14 c/p as a new layer and resize by 25% arrange with your other flower I duplicated this and arrange the duplicate with the other flowers, Open AutumnWishes_ScrappingMar25 c/p as a new layer and bring this layer to the top, resize by 15% now mirror this, and place with your flowers I rotated mine to the right by 12% I moved my apple layer back to the top and centered it on the bow, Now lets open AutumnWishes_ScrappingMar10 c/p as a new layer resize this by 15% arrange on the corner of one of the frames, duplicate and arrange on another corner of the frame, Now add a dropshadow of choice and tube or tubes of choice, when you are happy with your tag hide the 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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