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Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Autumn


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

Supplies:
Image/Tube of Choice
*I am using the always stunning work of Zindy S.D. Nielsen. You will have to have a license to use the same work*

Woodland Harmony PTU Scrapkit
*This is a gorgeous scrapkit by A Tagger's Scrap. Please visit her blog to see the stores where she sells her kits*

Vix_Mask238
*You can get this all of Vix's fantastic masks on her website. Pay her a visit and check out all her fantastic masks and goodies*


Lets Get Started:
1). Open all supplies in PSP
Resize as necessary

2). Open a 650*500 blank canvas
Copy and paste your paper of choice as a new layer
Layers
New Mask Layer
Choose your mask from the drop down menu
Source Luminance chosen
Invert unchecked
Ok
On the layer palette right click on the mask
Delete
Ungroup Layers
Duplicate the layer
Merge down

3). Using your Ellipse preset shape draw out a circle using my tag above as a reference
*I used one of the papers as the outline for the circle. Use the width that looks good to you*
Convert to raster
Using your magic wand click inside the circle
Selections
Modify
Expand by 3
Copy and paste your Image/Tube as a new layer
Invert
Delete
Select None
Move the Image/Tube under the circle layer

4). Now is the time to add any elements you want to make the tag your own

5). Resize if you feel necessary

6). Add all copyright information and any required license numbers

7). Add your name

8). Save in your desired format

ALL DONE!

This tutorial was written by Carrie's Concoctions on September 28, 2011
Any resemblance to any other tutorial is unintentional

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