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Sunday, April 10, 2011

Nature's Sunset


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

Supplies:
Image of Choice
*I am using the AMAZING art of Jon Rattenbury. You MUST have a license to use his artwork. You can find him at PTE*

Peachy Keen PTU Kit
*This is a gorgeous kit by A Taggers Scrap. Please visit her blog to find the stores she sells in*

WSL_Mask 353
*This is a fantastic mask by Chelle (WeeScotLass). Please visit her blog to see all her fantastic creations*

Lets get started:

1). Open all your supplies in PSP
Resize if you feel necessary

2). Open a 700x500 blank canvas
Copy and paste your paper of choice as a new layer
Layers
New Mask Layer
From Image
Select your mask from the drop down menu
Source Luminence checked
Invert Mask Data unchecked
Press Ok
Right click the mask layer in your layer palette
Delete
Ungroup layers

3). Copy and paste your image of choice as a new layer
Selections
Select All
Float
Defloat
Selections
Modify
Set Selections Borders
Both Checked
Anti-Alias Checked
Border width set at 5
Copy and paste your paper of choice as a new layer
Invert
Delete
Select None

4). On your border layer
I lowered the opacity of my border to about 70 but feel free to play with the settings you want for your image

5). Add any embellishments and elements you want to make the tag your own

6). Resize if necessary

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

8). Add your name
Save in your desired format

All Done!

This tutorial was written by Carrie's Concoctions on April 10, 2011. Any resemblance to any other tutorial is unintentional

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