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Saturday, October 8, 2011

Sometimes

This tutorial assumes you have a working knowledge of PSP
The tutorial has been done in PSP 8 but can be done in other versions

Supplies:
Image of Choice
*I am using the GORGEOUS artwork of Robin McQuay. You MUST have a license to use the same artwork and you can find her work at Dreamscape Imaging*


PTU Scrapkit Bad Ass Angel
*This is a fantastic kit by Pink Princess Scraps. You can find all of her kits at Digital Chaos*


Lets Get Started:
1). Open all supplies in PSP
Resize as you see fit

2). Open a 650*550 blank canvas

3). Using one of your papers as your background and your foreground null in the layer palette draw out a tall rectangle
Convert to Raster
*Follow these steps for another rectangle and the 2 circles. See my tag for reference*

4). Set your Foreground as a paper of choice (width set at 10) and your background as null in the layer palette
Draw out a long rectangle
Convert to Raster
Using your magic wand click inside the rectangle
Selections

Modify

Expand by 6
Copy and paste your image as a new layer
Invert

Delete
Select None


5). Duplicate your image
Adjust

Gaussian Blur by 5
Change the blend mode of your blurred image to one that matches your image


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

7). Resize as you see necessary

8). Add all copyright information and any license information needed

9). Add your name

All Done

This tutorial was written by Carrie's Concoctions on October 8, 2011

Any resemblance to any other tutorial is unintentional



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