Notice and TOU

Most of my tutorials are written using PTU art and scrapkits! That however should not stop you from trying them. I understand not everyone can buy scrapkits and/or art but there are tons of FTU artist and freebie scrapkits that you can use. I only write tutorials as a guide. What YOU do with them is up to your imagination
All Tutorials have been written in PSP 8. They are just a guideline on how to make a tag look a certain way and do not have to be followed word for word!
If you are a group manager please feel free to link to my tutorials but if you don't mind could you leave me a link to your group in my chatbox or you can email me
I love to see what people make using my tuts
Thank you.
Powered by Blogger.


Saturday, August 24, 2013

Breathe Me

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

Tube of choice
*I am using the gorgeous artwork of Steve Baier.  You must have a license to use the same tube.  You can find all of his beautiful work at Up Your Art*

"Breathe Me" cluster frame
*You can find this HERE on my blog.  I made it using the beautiful "Breathe Me" kit by Tasha's Playground.  You can get this kit at Digital Chaos*

Font Of Choice
*I am using Invitation Script Limited Free Edition which is a FTU font*

Lets Get Started:
*This will be a short and simple tutorial*

1).  Open all your supplies
Resize if you fee necessary

2).  Using your Freehand Selection tool draw around the light silver part of your frame
Add a new Raster Layer
Flood fill with a color of your choice
*I actually used one of the papers from the kit but if you don't have the kit a color will do the same job*
Move the color layer below the frame
Select None

3).  Copy and paste your tube of choice

4).  Duplicate the cluster frame
Move the duplicated frame above the tube layer
Now use your Eraser tool to make it look like parts of your tube are outside the frame

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

6).  Add your name

7).  Save in your desired format

All Done!

This tutorial was written by Carrie's Concoctions on August 24, 2013
Any resemblance to any other tutorial is unintentional