Thursday, June 4


*2 tubes of choice,I am using the awesome work of Kimbro,which you can purchase here,do not use unless you have a license to do so.

Scrapkit is from Natasha,"Boots and Chaps Tagger Kit" here. Love this kit Natasha, sooo country!!! Thank you!!

*Template from Babe's Designz here. Thank you Babes!!

*Mask of choice,I don't know who made the one I used so cannot share.

*Font of choice,I am using Captain Howdy here
-This tutorial was written assuming you have working knowledge of PSP-

Open a 650x550 white image.

Open the template/hit shiftD,close out the orginal,delete the copyright layer&flower frame/circle fill layers. Open mask in psp,minimize down.

Highlight the frame fill layer/selections/select all/float/defloat/paste paper3/image/resize 15%/selections/invert/delete

Paste first tube/position/delete,repeat for sencond tube/deselect. Dropshadow both tube layers
Vertical 8
Horizonal 8
Opacity 76
Blur 12

Right click on the frame layer/merge down to frame fill layer. Same dropshadow.

Highlight rectangles layer/selections/select all/float/defloat/paste paper19/edit/paste into selection/deselect.

Highlight the background layer/paste paper 14 as a new layer/right click on the paper layer,find new mask layer/from image/select your mask from the dropdown menu,invert checked,ok. Layers/merge/merge group.

Highlight dotted line layer/paste fence/resize 22%/paste horse under fence layer/resize 5%/position/dropshadow
Vertical 5
Horizonal 5
Opacity 66
Blur 10

Highlight dot square line layer/selections/select all/float/defloat/paste paper22 into selection/deselect.

Paste bow4,resize 40%/layers/duplicate/image/mirror/same dropshadow.

Paste flower3,resize 25%/layers/duplicate/image/mirror.

Paste cow,resize 56%/layers/duplicate/mirror/same dropshadow.

Layers/merge/merge visible/image/resize all layers by 13%.

Add copyrights

Add name. Save.
Hope you enjoyed my tut,would love to see your results.


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