Nov 16, 2008

♥Bare Essentials♥


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You must have a working knowledge of PSP.
I am using the beautuful artwork of Elizabeth Austin.
You must purchase a license to use her art,

You may do so at MPT.
1 tube of choice & Font of choice.

I used Sell your Soul. Mask of choice.
FTU Kit by Melissa @ Sentimental Style HERE
An Awesome FTU kit called Winter Wind .
Thank you Melissa for sharing your wonderful
talent with the psp and scrapping community.
Please when downloading leave a little bit of
love and a thank you, it only takes a sec while
waiting for the upload in 4shared to say thank you!


Let's Do It!!


Open your supplies in PSP.
Open a new canvas 700x700,
you may resize/crop later. Floodfill white.
Add a new raster layer. Selections, select all.
Copy and paste a paper of choice from the kit
into selection, . Select none. Apply the mask,
and on your layers pallette merge mask group.
Paste as a new layer the notebook paper.
Image>rotate to the left 20, dropshadow.
Paste as a new layer the stitched paper labels.
Move to the right. Now add the frame as
a new layer. Using magic wand click inside
frame. Selections>modify>expand 8.
Paste paper of choice > selections>invert>delete
on your keyboard. Drag paper layer under the
frame & dropshadow frame. Add your tube of
choice and dropshadow. Erase any parts hanging
over the bottom. Add a ribbon across the
bottom of the frame. Dropshadow.
Resize some flowers, leaves, and buttons etc,
and any other embelishments you like.
Place to your liking, all around the frame
and dropshadow. See mine as example, or make
it your own. :) As always mine is just a guide.
Place them where they look best. Now X out
the bottom layer and your mask layer. Merge
visable the remaining layers. Un X the hidden
layers. Position all layers nicely.

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! :)
Until next time........

Written by Beaches November 16th. 2008
Any resemblance to another tutorial is purely coincidental.

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