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Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Pink Sugar


Pink Sugar

Tube of choice, I used Elias Chatzoudis and Amy Matthews
Scrap kit of choice, I used PinkSugar by TammyKat
Font of choice, I used SwingSet BB
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,
I Like to have room to work, this is your choice,
My tuts are written using this size image

open tk-pinksugar-paper8 c/p as a new layer and apply a mask
of choice, I used DBV Mask 113, merge group, I then applied
the same mask to tk-pinksugar-paper6 I then placed them side
by side (over lapping the middle dot) I then merged the two,
now duplicate, flip and mirror,

now open tk-pinksugar-frame3 c/p as a new layer, move
it down towards the right just a bit, now open tk-pinksugar-frame5
c/p as a new layer, rotate to the left by 15% place below your
pink frame, open tk-pinksugar-frame1 and c/p as a new layer
place this right above the mask layer, now grab your magic
wand and click inside the openings of the last frame you added
expand by 4 and invert, open tk-pinksugar-paper3 (or paper of choice)
and c/p as a new layer, hit delete and select none, now go to
the black frame you added (it should be below the round pink frame)
grab your magic wand, click inside the opening and expand by 9
invert, open tk-pinksugar-paper9 c/p as a new layer, below
the frame, hit delete, select none, now go to your last frame
and click inside the opening, expand by 9 and invert, open
tk-pinksugar-paper1 c/p as a new layer below the frame, resize
by 68% and arrange so it covers the opening, hit delete, select
none. Now open tk-pinksugar-element6 c/p as a new layer
arrange to right below the pink round frame and paper fill,
now open tk-pinksugar-wordart1 c/p as a new layer, bring to
the top and resize by 80%. now open tk-pinksugar-element7
c/p as a new layer, arrange right above your mask layers,
duplicate, flip and mirror, now open tk-pinksugar-element19
c/p as a new layer, resize by 85% and mirror, place on
the P in the word art, now open tk-pinksugar-element21
c/p as a new layer, resize by 62% and then rotate to the
right by 15% place near the far right of the round frame,
now open tk-pinksugar-element2 c/p as a new layer, resize
by 80% and mirror, rotate left by 15%, now lets open
tk-pinksugar-element26 c/p as a new layer, arrange
over your candy sticks, now open tk-pinksugar-element27
c/p as a new layer, resize by 58% and place in the
center of your flower, now add a dropshadow of
choice and a tube of choice, 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
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christy
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