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Post by ♦Aqua♦ on Mon Apr 05, 2010 9:45 pm

This is the tag we'll be making so, here's what you'll need:

• Tube I used was by Edward Reed which I purchased at CILM however he now sells his art at MPT and may only be used with appropriate license, please do not use this tube if you do not have a license to do so.

• Mask I used was from Creative Misfits blog, you can get it here I used KyLie_Mask_mf01.

• I used the scrapkit by Kim available also on the Misfits blog here.

• Frame I used was by Ivy's Inspirations and you can get it here I used frame 1.

• I love filters lol, so here's what I used: Super Blade Pro (coconut ice setting), Xero Porcelain, Xero Mistifier, Andrews 10 Revolving Door, Eye Candy 4 Gradient Glow, Eye Candy 5 Perspective Shadow.

• Font used was Jayne Print, but use whatever font you wish.

Okay ready, let's go, this will be fun and easy!

• Open up new image 700 x 700, with white background, we can crop and re-size later as needed. Paste frame as a new layer, re-sizing as need be, I re-sized by 25%. Using your selection tool (set on rectangle) draw a selection within the bottom rectangle, the pink one, add a new layer undearneath the frame. You should have a selection that will cover that whole inside of the frame that way. Paste paper of choice into selection on that new layer you just added. I used paper 7 it had such pretty colors had to use it! With your selection still active, apply a gaussian blur of 5 and apply Andrews 10 Revolving Door with the default settings. Select none.

• On white background layer, add new layer, select all, and paste paper of choice into selection on that new layer. I used paper 7 again and applied gaussian blur of 5 again too. Apply mask and if happy with it merge layer group. I resized mine by 95% and moved just a smidge, needed to have it more centered with the frame.

• Add tube of choice to your pretty tag and any elements you like to have on it. Re-size your tag to what you want your ending tag size to be. Sharpen any layers that need it and also apply any drop shadows. I used Eye Candy 5 Perspective Shadow, however if you don't have it, drop shadow in PSP works just as great. On the frame I applied Xero Mistifier, just softened it up a lil bit, totally a personal preference of course. I also applied Xero Porcelain to the tube layer, gives it a pretty glow. I used just default settings on both filters.

• Time to do our text! What I did is on the layer underneath the frame (the one we applied the Andrews filter to), copy and paste as a new image, which gives you a pattern in your material palette. Choose your font and go to your material palette, have it set to pattern and find the pattern you just pasted as a new image. Type your text and on mine I applied Super Blade Pro coconut ice setting, adding a slight gradient glow using colors from my tag and of course a nice blurry drop shadow. Now all that's left is to add the artist's copyright and your tagger's watermark, hide your white background if you don't want it visible, save as a PNG and voila you're done!

This tutorial was written by Tonya on April 1, 2010, absolutely no part of this tutorial may be taken or used without my express permission. Any part that may be similar to any tutorial is purely coincidental and unintended.

Scrap kit by Kim


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