Tuesday, April 6


Tube or close up of choice,I am using Legends Art,which you can purchase here,do not use unless you have a license to do so.

Scrapkit is Mysterious by Lynn of Moo Designs and you can visit her blog here and purchase it here. Gorgeous kit Lynn,thank you!

Template of choice,I am using template 6 by Von at Soaring Hawk's Nest here. Thank you Von for the awesome templates!

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

Open your template/hit shiftD to duplicate/close the orginal/delete credit layer/highlight raster 1 layer/flood fill white.

Highlight raster 2 layer/click on the purple edge of the circle/paste paper 6 into selections(edit)/selections/select none/repeat for center of circle using paper 11/do not deselect.

Paste close up as a new layer/position/selections/invert/delete/deselect/dropshadow:

Vertical -5
Horizonal -5
Opacity 45
Blur 4

Right click on close up layer/merge/merge down/resize 20%/position/dropshadow:

Vertical 4
Horizonal 4
Opacity 50
Blur 5

Highlight raster 3 layer/click on black edge with your magicwand/paste paper 3 into selections/deselect/repeat in center of raster 3 using paper 2/resize 20%/same dropshadow.

Repeat on raster 4 layer using paper 5.

Right click on raster 4 layer/merge/merge down to raster 2 layer.

Paste circle doodle/layers/duplicate/position.

Paste flowered doodle/layers/duplicate/position.

Paste fancy doodle/resize 25% /image/free rotate to the left 90 degrees/layers/duplicate/position both layers.

Paste double bow 2/resize 60%/position/dropshadow:

Vertical 3
Horizonal 3
Opacity 57
Blur 4

Repeat with fan.

Paste flower 2/resize 60%/edit/repeat resize/layers/duplicate/position/same dropshadow.

Image/resize all layers 20%.

Add copyrights.

Add name.

Layers/merge/merge visible.

Hope you enjoyed my tut,would love to see your results and add it to my gallery :)

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