Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Secret Affair

Supplies Needed

1 Tube of choice –I'm using the artwork of Barbara Jensen
which you can purchase here
Font of choice - I'm using Adorable here
Mask of Choice. I used Becky Mask 23
Brush of choice - (a short written paragraph)
"Memories Add On" FTU taggers kit by RebelChick of which can be found on her blog, Whispers of a Memory.
This Freebie kit shows so much of Rebel’s talent that won’t disappoint!!

This tutorial was written assuming you have knowledge of PSP.

~♥~ Let’s get started ~♥~

Open a 650 X 600 transparent canvas. Flood fill white.

Copy and paste Frame as a new layer. Resize 85% Using your magic wand, click inside the frame. Selections/Modify/Expand by 4.

Copy and Paste a paper of choice as a new layer beneath the Frame. Resize 50%. Selection/Invert. Hit the delete key.

Copy and paste your tube as a new layer above the paper layer. Hit the delete key. Deselect.

Close out your white canvas. Merge Visible. Open your white canvas back up and highlight the Frame canvas.

Copy and paste the Bow as a new layer. Resize 55% and move toward the bottom of the frame. See my tag for reference.

Copy and paste the key as a new layer. Resize 40%. Move near the knot in the bow. Use your eraser tool and erase part of the key so that it appears the ribbon was slipped through the key.

Copy and paste as a new layer the Postcard. New Raster Layer. Use a brush of your choice (preferably words) on the left side. Merge down. Resize 40%. Free rotate 25 degrees left. Move into place behind the upper left portion of the frame. See my tag for reference.

Copy and paste Calla 1 as a new layer. Resize 60%. Move to the right side of the frame.

Copy and Paste the bow as a new layer. Resize 30% and move into position so that it appears to be holding the Calla Lilies together.

Highlight your white canvas. New Raster Layer. Select All. Copy and paste into selection a paper of choice. Deselect. Apply Becky Mask 23. Merge group.

Add all your copyrights.

Add your name.

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


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