Sunday, January 25, 2009

Pastel Innocence

Supplies Needed

2 Tubes of choice – (one close-up) - I'm using the artwork of Barbara Jensen
which you can purchase here
Font of choice - I'm using Saginaw here
Mask of Choice
Filters Unlimited 2.0 - optional
"My Kuuipo" is and Add on kit by Alane’s Designs which can be found on her blog Inspired to Dream Scraps.
This kit is so adorable and was lots of fun to use!
Thank you so much, Alane!!

This tutorial was written assuming you have knowledge of PSP.

~♥~ Let’s get started ~♥~
Open a 600 X 650 transparent canvas. Flood fill white

Copy and paste Lace Frame 1 as a new layer. Duplicate 3 times. Close out your white canvas and merge visible. Use your Magic Wand and click inside the lace frame. Selection/Modify/Expand by 2. New Layer beneath the Lace Frame. Flood fill with a gradient made from a light and dark color taken from your tube. Keep selected.

Effect/Plugs-Ins/Filters Unlimited 2.0
Choose Paper Textures and then Papyrus
Use default settings and apply.

Copy and paste your close-up tube as a new layer. If you don’t have a close up then resize your tube to a desired size. Move the Opacity down to 63.

Copy and paste as a new layer Ribbon Bow 1. Resize 25% and again 65%. Image/Mirror. Move into position. Use your eraser tool and erase any that overhangs the lace frame.

Copy and paste a lock of your choice. Resize 25% and 45%. Move into position. See my tag for reference. Erase the part of the lock so that it appears to be hanging on the ribbon.

Copy and paste as a new layer a Heart flower of choice. Resize 25% twice. Free rotate 20 degrees to the left and move into position so that it looks to be stuck in the bow. See my tag for reference.

Copy and paste your tube as a new layer beside the Lace Frame.
Highlight your white canvas. New Raster Layer. Select All and paste paper of choice into it. Deselect. Apply your mask. Merge group.

Add your copyrights.

Add your name.

I hope you enjoyed this tutorial.
I would love to see your results.
Email me.


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