Thursday, March 19, 2009

Tooty Frooty

I actually wrote this on March 10th but some how I deleted it..LOL
So I hope you like it..
You must have working knowledge of PSP..
PSP9 any version will work..
Tubes of Choice: I am using the awesome artwork of Elias Chatzoudis..
You must have a license to use his artwork which you can purchase HERE..
Scrap Kit of Choice: I am using the gorgeous PTU kit "Tooty Frooty" by JT's Designs which you can purchase HERE..
Thanks Jane..
Template #68 by Yvette HERE..
Thanks hun..
Mask of Choice: I am using montiblindmask1 HERE..
Thanks hun..
Font of Choice: I am using CAC Pinafore..
Drop Shadow: 0 0 60 12
Okay lets get started..
Open the template shift D and delete the original..Also delete the copyright layer..
Highlight Background layer image - canvas size resize to 650x650..We can crop later..
Highlight Big Circles layer select all - float - defloat..Paste a paper of choice selections invert - delete selections none..Add a drop shadow and delete the original layer..
Do the same with the Dotted Rectangle and Rectangle layers..
Highlight Small Circle layer with your magic wand click inside one of the circles..Paste a paper of choice selections invert - delete..Do not deselect..
Paste one of your tubes as a new layer..Place inside marching ants hit delete..Selections none..Add a drop shadow to your tube and merge down with your paper layer..
Now do this with your other 2 circles..Add a drop shadow to the circles and delete the original..
Add any elements you wish..
Paste your main tube and position where you think it looks best..See my tag for reference..Add a drop shadow..
Now to add your mask..Highlight your background layer and paste a paper of choice..Load mask - delete mask layer - merge group..
With a font of choice add your name and a drop shadow..
Add the correct copyright..
Crop excess white and resize..
Save as a png or a jpeg..
Then your done..
Thank you for trying my tut any feedback would be welcome..I would love to see what you create..
Written by Sue March 10th 2009
Any resemblance to another tut is coincidental..
This tut is registered with TWI

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