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Most of my tutorials are written using PTU art and scrapkits! That however should not stop you from trying them. I understand not everyone can buy scrapkits and/or art but there are tons of FTU artist and freebie scrapkits that you can use. I only write tutorials as a guide. What YOU do with them is up to your imagination
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Monday, January 18, 2010


Art ©Steve Baier UYA1883
Supplies:Tube of Choice*I am using the gorgeous artwork of Steve Baier. You must have a license to use his artwork! You can purchase one from UpYouArt*Gothic Love Scrapkit by Scraps By Rags*You can purhase this kit at Scrappy DoSigners*Template By MeFont Of Choice
*I am using SloopScript*

Lets Get Started:
1). Open Template and Tube
Resize Tube
2). Open paper of choice
* I am using paper 24*
3). On the template make the background layer active
Select All
Copy and Paste the paper as a new layer
Selections ~ Invert
Select None
Delete the layer named Background
4). Make your frame layer active
Copy and paste the tube as a new layer
Duplicate your frame layer
Move the duplicate frame layer above your tube
*see screen shot below*
Using your eraser, remove the parts of your duplicate frame that cover the parts of your tube that you want to be coming out of the frame
*See finished tag for reference*
5). Erase any parts of your tube hanging out of the frame on the right side
6). Add any embellishments you want
Drop shadow your tube and embellishments
7). Add your name
*I used Eye Candy Gradient Glow on mine*
8). Save in your desired format

Thank you for taking the time to try my tutorial!
This tutorial was written by Carrie Lansberry on January 18, 2010
Any resemblance to any other tutorial is purely coincidental