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Monday, May 21, 2012

Midnight Masquerade

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

Tube of Choice
*I am using the always beautiful artwork of Janna Prosvirina.  You must have a license to use the same tube.  You can purchase her license at Dreamscape Imaging*

"Midnight" PTU Scrapkit
*This is a gorgeous scrapkit by WDDesingz that you can find at Whisprd Designz*

Template of Choice
*I am using Template 60 by Pooker.  You can find all of her fantastical templates on her blog Elegant Inspirations*

Lets Get Started:
1).  Open all your supplies in PSP
Resize as necessary
Shift + D to duplicate your template
Close the original
Delete the copyright layer

2).  Make your Grey Circle layer active
Select All
Smooth by 10
Copy and paste your paper of choice into selection
Select None
*Do this step for all your other shape layers*

3).  Copy and paste your tube as a new layer
*I made my look like it was coming out of the dotted line square*
On the duplicate
Gaussian Blur by 5
Change the blend mode to something that suits your tube

4).  Now is the time to make the tag your own
Add any elements you like, wordart, etc.

5).  Resize the tag if you feel necessary

6).  Add all copyright and any license information needed

7).  Add your name

8).  Save in your desired format


This tutorial was written by Carrie's Concoctions on May 21, 2012
Any resemblance to any other tutorial is unintentional