Friday, May 28, 2010


Art ©Jose A Cano MPT9187

*This tutorial assumes you have a working knowledge of PSP. It was done in PSP 8 but can be done in other versions*

Tubes of Choice
*I am using the gorgeous artwork of Jose A Cano. You must have a license to use the same tubes. You can purchase a license from MPT*

Outshine Scrap Kit
*This stunning kit is a PTU kit by PolkaDot Scraps*

Template 336 by Missy
*You can find this template (plus MANY more) on her blog Divine Intentionz. Please leave some love if you download any of her wonderful goodies*

Font of Choice
*I used Garamond*

Lets Get Started:

1). Open all supplies in PSP
Resize as necessary

2). Make your template active
Delete the copyright layer
Make your Large Circle layer active
Selections~Select All
Copy and Paste your paper of choice as a new layer
Select None
Delete your original large circle layer
*Follow these steps using different papers for your Rectangle Right, Rectangle Left, Circle Left, Circle Right, Rectangle Center 2, Circle 1 Center and Center Circle 2 layers*

3). Colorize your Glittered Rectangle Left, Glitter Rectangle Right, Rectangle with glitter, dotted circle, small circle right, small circle left and rectangle center layers to match your tube or the papers in the kit you are using
*I colorized mine to match the papers I chose*

4). Make your star left layer active
Selections~Select All
Copy and Paste your tube of choice
Select None
Duplicate your tube layer
Adjust~Blur~ Gaussian Blur by 5
Change the blend mode of your blurred tube to Multiply
*Do these same steps for your Star Right layer. Also if you are using a tube that lays down as your main tube use these same steps on your Circle Center 2 layer*

5). Copy and Paste your main tube
Adjust~Blur~Gaussian Blur by 5
Change the blend mode on your blurred tube to Multiply

6). Add any elements you want to use

7). Add your name
* I used Garamond with the Kerning set to 500*

8). Resize as needed

9). Add all your copyright and any applicable license numbers if using a PTU artist

10). Save in your desired format

This tutorial was written by Carrie's Concoctions on May 27th, 2010
Any resemblance to any other tutorial is purely a coincidence

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