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Saturday, January 22, 2011

Natural and Beautiful

Natural and Beautiful (dedicated to sweet Joy who gifted me this beautiful Kit) Tube of choice, I used Suzanne Woolcott and Rion Vernon Scrap used Natural Comforts by Chaos Princess Font of choice I used Paradise Script One 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 NCP7 resize by 19% and c/p as a new layer apply a mask of choice, I used 200InsatiableDreams mask Now lets open NCframe1 c/p as a new layer and resize this by 26% now arrange both the frame and mask so they look centered, the bow at the top of the frame will make it so it is a little down on the work area, Now grab your magic wand, click inside the frame opening (the middle rope area only, you may need to use the freehand tool to get it all) expand your selection by 3 or 4 and then invert, open NCP13 resize by 19% and then c/p as a new layer below your frame, hit delete and select none, Now lets open NCflower4 c/p as a new layer, resize by 20% and arrange to your liking, now open NCflower5 and c/p as a new layer resize by 20% and arrange with your other flower, paste it again this time resize by 30% and arrange this layer below your frame and fill layer, and place at the top left Now open NCflower7 c/p as a new layer, bring to the top and resize by 15% (I noticed that there is a little smudge on this element, so you may want to erase that part) Now open NC_Feather and c/p as a new layer resize by 15% drag this layer below your flower layers, Now open NC_backdrop, c/p as a new layer, right above the frame filled paper layer resize by 19% Now open NCivy c/p as a new layer and place this layer below your flower and feather layers, resize by 19% now duplicate and mirror then rotate to the right by 80% now open NCFoliage_element c/p as a new layer right above the ivy layer and resize this by 15% I used my freehand selection tool to get rid of part of this, I used just the top 3 leaves and a tiny bit of the stem, then duplicated and mirrored this, Now open NCinstrument and c/p as a new layer, bring this layer to the top and resize by 15% and arrange with your flowers, Now lets open NCbutterfly4 c/p as a new layer and resize this by 15% and then rotate to the left by 36% now paste it again this time resize by 11% and rotate to the right by 24% and place to your liking, when you are happy with your tag, add a dropshadow of choice to your elements and a tube of choice, hide the white background layer and merge visible, I did not dropshadow the backdrop layer or the feather layer. 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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