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Monday, February 21, 2011


This tutorial was written using PSP 8 but can be done in other versions
This tutorial assumes you have a working knowledge of PSP

Tube(s) of choice
* I am using the fantastic artwork of Keith Garvey. You MUST have a license to use the same work*

Haterz PTU Scrap Kit
*This is another great kit by Designs by Ali. Please check out her blog to find the stores she sells in*

2011 Template 10
*Template made by me. You can download it HERE*

Font of Choice
*I am using P22 Ruthie*

Lets Get Started:
1). Open all Supplies
Resize as you see necessary
Shift + D on the template to duplicate and close the original
Delete the copyright layer

2). Make your LR layer active
Select All
Copy and paste your paper of choice
Select None
Delete the original shape layer
*Do these same steps for your circle 1 and circle 2 layers changing papers for each layer*

3). Make your Circle 2 layer active again
Select All
Copy and paste a tube of your choice
Position where you want it
Select none

4). Duplicate your tube layer
On the DUPLICATE add a Gaussian Blur of 5
Change the blend mode to Soft Light
On the ORIGINAL tube layer use the Xero Porcelin filter adjusting the settings to fit your tube

5). Copy and paste another tube of your choice

6). Add any embellishments you would like to make the tag your own

7). Resize as you see fit

8). Add all copyright and any applicable license information

9). Add your name
Save in your desired format
All Done!

This tutorial was written on February 21, 2011 by Carrie's Concoctions
Any resemblance to any other tutorial is unintentional