Oct 14, 2008

●A Cut Above●



I am using the beautuful artwork of Suzanne Woolcott.
Font I used is MrDehaviland. It is a pay font, sorry I can not supply.
1 Tube/Image of choice & my supplies I have gathered

these supplies from various Yahoo & Scrap groups,

if they are yours, please contact me so

I can give you credit or take them down.
Supplies Needed:
HERE


Ready, Set, Let's Go!
Open your supplies and minimize for now.
Open a new canvas 700x700, you may resize later.

Floodfill white. Copy and paste the white frame layer.

With your magic wand, click inside the frame,

selections>modify>expand by 6. Copy and paste

your tube or image of choice.

If you are just using a tube, you may want to also add a paper

bakground behind it as well. Selections>invert>delete on keyboard. Drag image layer below the frame. Dropshadow frame layer. X out your white background and merge visable. Un X background layer. Copy and paste the Paper I supplied or paper of choice over the white background layer. Mask of choice, and merge group on mask layer. Colorize to match your image. Copy and paste the white heart layer on top of the masked layer, I added a light dropshadow. Add the doodle on top of the heart, dropshadow. Now add the two hearts dragging them below the frame layer also. Resize and colrize if needed, dropshadow. Arrange to your liking. Copy and paste the black border layer. on top of the frame layer, and above the heart layers moving it towards the bottom of the frame & hearts. See above. Now...Activate the merdged frame layer>Duplicate. Drag the duplicated frame layer to the top. Using your eraser tool, erase parts of it so it looks like the heart on the right is visable and slicing through it. See mine above. X out the white background layer, the white heart layer, the mask layer and the doodle layer. Merge visable the 2 hearts 2frames and border layers. Un X the rest now. Arrange all layers to your liking and x out white background layer, and merge visable. Un X bottom layer. Position your merdged layer nicely. Image Resize if needed, Bicubic resample all layers checked.
Add your Artist © and your Name and Walla!! You Are Done!
Hope you enjoyed my tutorial & thanks for trying it! :)
Written by Beaches February 6th 2008Any resemblance to another tutorial is purely coincidental.

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