Monday, September 12, 2011

-Falling for Fall-PTU

For this tutorial, you’ll need a working knowledge of PSP.
I’m using PSP 9 but any version should work.

This tutorial is my own and any resemblance to any other is purely coincidental.

Supplies for this tutorial:

PSP (any version)
Scrap kit of choice.
I’m using the PTU kit: Falling for Fall
Be sure to check out her blog: 
Tube of choice: Gorjuss girl by Suzanne Woolcott 
You *must* have a license to use these tubes.
Find them here: HERE
Template: You can find it here on my blog. (Waiting for Fall)
Let’s begin:
Open the template
Remove my © layer & the text layers
Select a part of the template you want to work w/ first
Selections-select all
Copy a paper from the kit
Paste as new layer
Select none
Do the same for the other parts of the template you want to add a paper to.
To the center circle, I took the sunflower & duplicated it to go all the way around the circle.
I did the same thing w/ the little bow & place my bow layers UNDER my flower layers.
Select the rest of the elements you want to include in your tag.
You will have to resize them according to your tag size.
Add them to your tag, placing them where you like.
I used the following:
Tree (resized, duplicated, & moved below all other layers so you can only see the leaves in the background)
Leafy vine
Place each element throughout your tag as desired.
Make the tag your own by adding your own twist!
Add drop shadow to each element.
Place your tube in the center
Crop if needed
Add drop shadow
Use your selection tool to crop your tag down
Add name/text
Add your © info
Save & enjoy your new tag!


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