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Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Rustic Spring

This tutorial assumes you have a working knowledge of PSP
It was written using PSP 8 but can be done in other versions
**This is going to be a quick tutorial**

Tube and Image of Choice
*I am using the STUNNING work of Dark Yarrow. You MUST have a license to use these same image and tube. You can purchase her art from Dreamscrape Imaging*

Rustic Spring PTU Scrap Kit
*This is a fantastic kit by A Tagger's Scrap. Please visit her blog to see the stores she sells in*

Template #403
*This is a template by Divinie Intentionz. You can find this template on her blog and please leave her some ♥ if you download it*

Lets Get Started:
1). Open all supplies in PSP
Resize if you feel it necessary

2). Make your frame back layer active
Select All
Copy and Paste your image of choice as a new layer
Position where you want it
Select None

3). Make your Copy of Circle layer active
Select All
Copy and Paste your paper of choice as a new layer
Select None
*Do these same steps for square, rectangle 1, rectangle 2, circle 1, circle 3, thin rectangle 1, thin rectangle 2, thin rectangle 3, circle 2 and frame*

4). Copy and paste your tube of choice
Position where you want it
Give it a slight drop shadow

5). Now is the time to make the tag your own
Add any elements you want

6). Resize if you feel necessary

7). Add all copyright information and any license information you need

8). Add your name

9). Save in your desired format

All Done!

This tutorial was written by Carrie's Concoctions on June 1, 2011
Any resemblance to any other tutorial is completely unintentional