Sunday, November 15

My Jammies

Tube of choice,I am using Rene Kunert,which you can purchase here,do not use unless you have a license to do so.

Scrapkit is Ladybug Ball from Debbie at Graphics By Poka Dot here and you can purchase it here. I so so love this kit,ladybugs are my fav!!! Thank you Debbie!!!

Template of choice,I am using template 6 from Lorne at Simply Sensational Scraps here.

Font of choice,I am using Al Sandra here.
-This tutorial was written assuming you have working knowledge of PSP-

Dropshadow for tut:
Vertical 6
Horizonal 6
Opciaty 62
Blur 10

Open template/delete credit layer.

Highlight large black rectangle/click on it with your magicwand/edit/paste paper1 into selection/deselect.

Repeat with large grey rectangle using paper 10.

Repeat on left&right black rectangles using paper 9.

Highlight right grey rectangle/flood fill white/magicwand/paste tube/resize 23% if needed/position/selections/invert/delete/deselect/effects/user defined filter/matrix modifiers 1,bias 0,grey values checked/ok.

Repeat for left grey rectangle.

Highlight center black rectangle/magicwand again/edit/paste paper 8 into selection/do not deselect.
Paste tube as a new layer/do not resize/position/selections/invert/delete/deselect/repeat used defined filter.

Hide white background layer/layers/merge/merge visible/dropshadow/unhide layer.

Paste flower frame below merged layers/resize 50%/edit/repeat resize/position with your pick tool/layers/duplicate 5 times/position around the merged layers.
Paste bow 1/resize 50%/edit/repeat resize/position to the left/layers/duplicate/image/mirror/dropshadow.

Paste bow 2/resize 50%/edit/repeat resize 3 times/layers/duplicate 3 times/position/dropshadow.

Repeat with spotted flower 2.

Repeat with black ladybug.

Paste tube/resize if needed,I resized mine 23%/position/dropshadow.

Layers/merge/merge visible.

Image/resize all layers 5%.

Add copyrights.

Add name.
*For my name,I wrote it out 2 times/ paper 4 for fill/black on the foreground on the bottom name/white on the foreground for the top name layer.

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


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