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Friday, April 13, 2012


This tutorial assumes you have a working knowledge of PSP
This tag was created in PSP 8 but can be completed in other versions

Images of Choice
*I am using the gorgeous images of Robin McQuay ( You MUST have a license to use these same images. These particular images were purchased while she was with UYA but you can now get her tubes/images at Dreamscape Imaging (

Playful Lover Scrapkit
*This is a PTU kit by Chaos Priestess which was purchased at Whisprd Designz (
Lets Get Started:
1). Open a 650*525 blank canvas
2). Using my tag as a reference for placement draw out 2 squares and 2 circles
*You can either place them as I did or place them wherever you want*

3). Make one of your square layers active
Select All
Copy and paste your paper of choice as a new layer
Select None
**Do this for the other 3 shapes as well with different papers**

4). Make your square layer active again
Select All
Copy and Paste your image as a new layer
Select None
Move this layer above your paper layer
Duplicate your image layer
Change your original image layers blend mode to something that works well for your tag
Change the blend mode of your Duplicate Image layer to a blend mode of your choice
**Do these steps for your other square layer as well with a different image**

5). Now is the time to make the tag your own
Add any elements, embellishments or wordart of your choice

6). Resize your tag if you feel necessary

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

8). Add your name

9). Save in your desired format

All Done!

This tutorial was written on April 13, 2012 by Carrie's Concoctions
Any resemblance to any other tutorial is unintentional