Oct 14, 2008


You must have a working knowledge of PSP.
I am using the beatuful artwork of DeanYeagle
for the bottom tag & Jennifer Janesko for the top tag.
You must have a license to use their work.
You may purchase both at @ CILM

Supplies needed:
Tubes of choice & Font of choice. I used Will & Grace, &
A Freebie scrapkit from Digital-Crea called
Lovely .
HERE Thank you!

Ready, Set, Let's Go!
Open your supplies and minimize for now.
Open a new canvas 700x700, you may resize later.
Floodfill white. Add a new raster layer>select all.
Resize (Using smartsize keeps them looking crisp. :)
and paste a paper of choice into selection>select none.
Apply mask of choice> merge group
on mask layer in layers palette.
Resize and add swirled doodle to the left side.
Duplicate>image mirror. Dropshadow these.
Resize and add post card. Image>rotate to
the left 15, dropshadow. Paste the frame as a new layer.
Resize and add the orange string over the
frame layer, see mine for example.
Resize and add the Loveley button to the
top right corner of the frame. Add element 14,
looks like a staple, connecting the frame to the post card.
Resize and add the white frame.
Place it so it looks like it's hanging from
the larger frame. Now on your white frame layer
grab your magic wand click inside the first frame,
Selections>modify>expand 5 Apply your tube
or image of choice, Selections>invert>delete
on your keyboard. Repeat the same steps for
the remaining 2 frames. Apply dropshadow
of choice to the frame. Resize some flowers
and the leaves, place to your liking, see mine as
example, or make it your own. :) Add your main
tube and erase any parts hanging over/outside
the frame. Now arrange your layers, add flowers
or embelishments of choice.
Image Resize 80-90% Bicubic resample all layers checked.

Add your Artist © and your Name and WooT!! You Are Done!
Hope you enjoyed my tutorial & thanks for trying it! :)

Written by Beaches September 14th 2008
Any resemblance to another tutorial is purely coincidental.

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