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Thursday, August 22, 2013

Happy Fall

This tutorial was written by Me,on 8/20/13.
Please don't copy it or claim it as your own or post it through any group.
You may link back to my blog.
Any resemblance to any other tutorial is strictly coincidental.
It is written assuming you have a basic knowledge of psp and its tools.
It is written using psp X5 but should work in any other version.
  You will need the Pay to use kit, Its Autumn, by Mrs.W
You can purchase  it  at: Berry Applicious
You will need a tube of choice, I am using a tube by Ishmael Rac.
You can buy it at: XeracX
The font I used is Quality Street
And my Word art.
The first one I made using some elements from the kit.
I hope you enjoy them both
Just click to get the larger image and then right click and save to your computer.
You also need a round mask of choice.

Ok Ready?
  Open a new image , 700 by 700 pixels and the canvas is transparent.
Select all and paste a paper of choice into the selection.
Select none, load the mask you have chosen and merge the group.
Re-size if desired.
Sharpen. Add a drop shadow of choice.
Paste my word art as a new layer, add any effects you would like.
Now add the Word Art frame and again feel free to add any effects you would like.
Position all these as desired.
Add the elements from the kit that you want to use on your tag. 
Paste your tube as a new layer.
And place a big pile of leaves at her feet.
Once your happy with it, Merge visible, select all, float and defloat.
Then go image and crop to selection.
Now add your © info.
And your taggers mark if you use one.
Add your name and your favorite text effects.
Save as a png and your done.
And as always be sure to re-size all layers checked if you think the tag is too large.
Thanks for trying my tutorial!
Id love to see your results!
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