Friday, October 16, 2009

♥ Lovely in Green ♥

Click the tag to preview at full size. This tutorial was written by Marta on October 16, 2009. Any resemblance to any other tutorial is coincidental. Do not copy and paste this tutorial elsewhere on the net. Absolutely NO Scripting and/or translating of this tutorial.

For this tutorial you will need:

Tube of choice
Font of choice (I used 2Peas Airplanes)
Mask of choice
ScrapKit *Woodsy* by Jill at Created by Jill.
You can purchase it HERE.

I am using the artwork of PinUpToons, you can find her licensed art at CILM.

Let's get started:

Open a new image 550x500 and background set to white. Copy & paste Paper08 as a new layer. Open your mask of choice, Layers/New Mask Layer/From Image and find the mask in the drop down list. Delete mask layer, and merge group.

Open Paper06. Set your background color to nul, and your foreground to Pattern, and find the Paper06. Using your Eclipse Tool, draw out a circle. See my tag above for reference to size.

Open Paper09. Set your background color to nul, and your foreground to Pattern, and find the Paper09. Using your Rectangle Tool, draw out a rectangle. See my tag above for reference to size.

Copy & paste frame1 as a new layer. Copy & paste paper01 as a new layer and move under the frame layer. Copy & paste your tube as a new layer. Duplicate and close out the original. Image/Mirror and move under the frame layer, and position to your likeness. Using your Magic Wand, click inside the frame, Selections/Modify/Expand by 5/Selections/Invert and hit Delete on your paper and tube layers. Working on the tube layer, Adjust/Hue and Saturation/Colorize/Set to H/20, S/132. Add drop shadow to the frame and tube layers.

Copy & paste the bracket as a new layer. Duplicate. Image/Mirror. Image/Rotate/Left 15. Add drop shadows.

Open up your tube and move to desired position. Add drop shadow.

Add any additional flowers, bows, ribbons, buttons, butterflies, or elements of your choice.

Crop or resize to your liking. Add your text, copyright info, and watermark, and save as a jpg, png, or gif file.

That's it.. all done!

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