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Thursday, May 1, 2014




Preview of the awesome Harlequin tube by Danny Lee!


Preview of the stunning Harlequin kit by Designs by Joan!


CT PTU TUT for the Harlequin tube by Danny Lee, and the harlequin kit match by Designs by Joan!


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The Harlequin tube by Danny Lee, which can be purchased at S&CO  HERE

The Harlequin kit match by Designs by Joan, which can also be purchased at S&CO  HERE

PSP - I am using X5, but any should do

**This tutorial assumes that you have a working knowledge of basic functions in PSP. This tutorial is a creation of my own, and any similarities are purely coincidental. If you make something with one of my tuts or templates, please email it to me at robynebutts@gmail.com  and I will post it her on my blog!

Okay, let's begin! Let's create our mask layer! Open whatever mask you chose. Now create a new image 800x800, with a transparent back. For this tag, we used a mask that is in the kit. So, open el 82, increase it by 25%, and center it on the new image. If you were adding a mask that you created, you would flood fill the new image with the color or gradient you like (or you can use a paper)go to the top layers menu and click NEW MASK LAYER>FROM IMAGE..a pop up opens...click on the title of the mask you chose in the drop-down menu. Merge visible layers, then copy and paste it to the image. Re-size and move as needed.

Next, find and open el 1, and reduce it by 15%, and place it at the bottom, in front of the mask layer.
Open the tube layer without the hat, reduce her by 35%, and center her on the right side of the floor.
Open el 36, and leaving the size as is, place it on the top left...FV.
Open el 38, and reduce by 15%, and place on the right side...FH.
Open el 81, and reduce by 35%, and place on the right side of the door..FH.
Open el 63, and reduce by 65%, place on the bottom left, where the door meets the floor.
Open el 44, and reduce by 90%, and place on the right, behind grass.
Open el 8, and reduce by 80%, and place on the top right. 
Open el 10, reduce by 30%, and place on the bottom left.
Open el 22, reduce by 70%, and place top left corner.
Open el 24, reduce by 75%, and place top left, in the center of el 22.
Open el 32, reduce by 45%, place on bottom left, in front of table. 
Open el 20, reduce by 65%, and place on the top left, on the swirl.
Open el 68, reduce by 80%, and place on table.
Open el 7, reduce by 80%, and place on bottom left, bottom of the chess piece.
Open el 85, reduce by 20%, and place bottom left of tube.
Open el 76, reduce by 70%, and place on table.
Open el 71, reduce by 85%, and place on table.
Open el 40, reduce by 90%, and place on el 71.
Open el 73, reduce by 95%, place on bottom right, on grass.
Open el 16, reduce by 95%, place on bottom right, on grass.
Open el 31, reduce by 70%, place on bottom left, on the other chess piece. 
Open el 69, reduce by 80%, place on floor, behind the tube.
Open el 9, reduce by 80%, place angled on top right corner.
Open el 51, reduce by 85%, place on right side.
Open el 23, reduce by 95%, place on bottom left, on red rose.
Open el 49, reduce by 80%, place on bottom left, on bottom of white chess piece.
Open el 75, reduce by 75%, place on front of table.
Open el 27, reduce by 70%, place on bottom of ball.

Lastly, add 3D drop shadows on whatever elements you would like them on. I like these settings: 2V 1H 70 op, 4B. Make sure at this point that you add copyright info for the tube artist..you can also add info for the scrap maker if the tube maker's TOU allows. Make sure you check TOU's!

You did it! You have completed this tut! Now you can add personalization to your creation! I hope you enjoyed this tutorial; if you did, please follow my blog, and pass it on to others! Also, please email your creations with my tuts or templates, and I will happily display them here on my blog (robynebutts@gmail.com)!

Hugz and Blessings,
Robyne'








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