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Saturday, August 13, 2011

She's a Star



She's a Star

Tube of choice, I used Rion Vernon and Caron Vinson
Scrap used Miss Mel By Pimp'd Designz
Font of choice I used Dagobert
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 650x650 and flood fill white,
I am trying to make my tags smaller so I am going to start with
a bit smaller work area, this is your choice if you want
to make a larger tag.

open pd-pp-03 c/p as a new layer and apply a mask of choice
I used a photo mask called Destress White, Not sure where I
got this but it is a commercial use mask

Now lets open pd-glitter-01 c/p as a new layer, I resized mine
by 60% and moved it up and towards the right, I then duplicated
it and placed the other down and towards the left, Now lets open
pd-frame-02 c/p as a new layer, resize by 90% and then rotate
to the left by 9% grab your magic wand and click inside the frame
opening, expand by 9 and then invert, open pd-pp-04 c/p as a
new layer below the frame, resize by 80% and then hit delete,
select none, now open pd-ribbon-02 c/p as a new layer and
rotate to the left by 9% now resize this by 64% arrange towards
the bottom of your frame, now lets open pd-frame-03 c/p as a
new layer, place this layer right above your mask layer and then
rotate to the right by 9% Now lets open pd-bling-03 c/p as a new
layer, resize by 60% and then rotate to the right by 90% arrange
towards the bottom right of the frame, now open pd-flower-02 c/p
as a new layer, resize by 60% place with the bling, now open
pd-flower-1 c/p as a new layer, resize by 50% arrange this layer
below the white flower layer, now open pd-button-01 c/p as a new
layer resize this by 60% place in the center of the white flower
now open pd-bling-02 c/p as a new layer and resize by 50%
place in the center of the button, Now open pd-flower-03 c/p
as a new layer, arrange this layer to below your paper that fills
your frame, resize by 60% and place near the top left of your
frame, now open pd-flower-01 again, c/p as a new layer right
above the flower you just added, resize by 60% and have it
peeking out towards the top left of the frame, now lets open
pd-star-01 c/p as a new layer, place towards the top left of your
frame, and rotate to the left by 9 now duplicate and mirror
move this layer below your purple flower layer and place towards
the bottom right of the frame, now 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 bling that is
above the mask 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
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christy
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