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Friday, June 14, 2013


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

Image of Choice
*I am using the gorgeous work of Ching Chou Kuik.  You can find her tubes at UpYourArt*

Scrap Kit Of Choice
*I am using a scrap kit named "Azure" by A Tagger's Scrap*

Mask of Choice
*I am using a mask by Moonbeams and Spiderwebs*

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

2).  Open a 600*525 blank image
Copy and paste your paper of choice as a new layer
New Mask Layer
Choose your mask from the drop down menu
Right Click
Delete Mask
Ungroup layers

3). Duplicate the mask layer

4).  Open your image of choice
Select All
Copy and Paste your paper of choice into selection
Modify Select Sections Borders
Anti-Alias checked
Add a New Raster Layer
Copy and paste your paper of choice into selection
Add a new Raster Layer
Modify Select Sections Borders
Copy and paste another paper of choice into selection
Select None
*I chose to give my frame a drop shadow*
Merge Visible
5).  Add any elements you would like to make the tag your own

6).  Copy Merged and paste onto your original image with the masks

7).  Resize as you feel necessary

8).  Add all copyright information and any license information you need to your tag

9). Add your name

10).   Save in your desired format
All Done

This tutorial was written by Carrie's Concoctions on June 14, 2013

Any resemblance to any other tutorial is completely unintentional