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Tuesday, November 5, 2013


Preview of the Vintage Autumn scrap kit by Bookworm Dezines!



Tutorial using the Vintage Autumn scrap kit by Bookworm Dezines, and featuring the Natural Beauty tube by Arthur Crowe!  

Supplies Needed

Paint Shop Pro - I am  using X5, but any should do!

The Vintage Autumn scrap kit by Bookworm Dezines, which can be purchased at Scrap Candy  HERE

The Natural Beauty tube by Arthur Crowe, which can be purchased at Arthur Crowe's Factory   HERE

Mask # 365 by Vix Masks

Template #404 by Millie's PSP Madness

Any color or gradient and font of your choosing



Okay, let's begin. The first thing you will need to do, is to open the Template #404 by Millie's PSP Madness. Next, let's create our mask. I have chosen a mask #365 by Vix Masks. Okay, in Paint Shop Pro (PSP) click FILE>OPEN>and open the 1st mask you have chosen, then start a new image FILE>NEW>600x600 and transparent needs to be checked.  Choose color or gradient on the right side layers menu; I chose a black and white dual toned gradient.....flood fill the new blank image with the color or gradient..the flood fill is the paint bucket shape. Now 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. Now go back to the side layers menu and click on the square that has the layers combined...right click it then click merge..the merge group..and voila..you have a mask layer now! :)  Just copy and paste it to the tag, and increase the size by 10%...move it around until you are happy with the amount that shows....I angled mine. 

***(NOTE: there is a layers menu on the right side of your screen..if u do not see it then look up top and click VIEW>PALETTES>LAYERS and it will open up...u use this layer to bring things to the front..say for example u put a shoe on the tag but it went behind a bucket and u want it in front of the bucket...while holding the left click button on your mouse or touch pad down, you would slide the shoe to the layer the bucket is on..it would now be in the front...use this anytime u want to bring something to the forefront.)*** 

Now, let's add some other items to start adding depth and dimension to our tag! The first thing we want to do, is place papers on parts of our template. The following is where your papers should be: paper 10 on raster 2, paper 9 on raster 1, paper 11 on raster 5, paper 13 on raster 4, paper 8 on raster 3, and paper 7 on raster 6.  

The next thing we want to do is to start adding our elements to make this tag come to life!! The very first thing we will want to do is to add our Natural Beauty tube by Arthur Crowe. Okay, first find and open the full-view of the tube; reduce her size by 20% and place her on the left side of the tag. Now go back and open the close up #2 and erase/cut all from her neck down; copy and paste her to the tag...flip her horizontally, and reduce her size to fit in the oval...make it vignette. 

Next, find  and open the el 5 and leaving the size as is, place it at the top right...duplicate it and flip it horizontally and place on the top left. Next, find and open the el 47 cloud and reduce it by 15% and place behind the close up on the bottom; duplicate it and flip it horizontally and place at the top part of the underneath of the close up.  Next, find and open the el 58 and reduce it by 15% and place it on the far right side. Next, find and open the el 13 and reduce it by 25% and place it on the bottom right corner, making sure it is in the forefront.

Next, find and open the el 48 the purple bow and leaving the size as is, flip it horizontally and place on the top left, on the right side of the tube. Next, find and open the el 1 the black butterfly and reduce it by 80% and place it in the center of the purple bow at the top left. Next, find and open the el 38 the brown flower and reduce it by 90% and place sporadically on the flower stem on the far right. Next, find and open the el 18 the ribbon, and leaving the size as is, and place it on the layer under the close up. Next, find and open the el 15 the lavender bow and reduce it by 90% and place on the bottom right corner in the forefront...duplicate it and flip it horizontally. 

Next, find and open the el 54 the blue heart stone and reduce it by 95% and place it in the bow in the far right corner. Now find and open the el 8 the set of three bottles and reduce it by 80% and place on the bottom, on the right side of the tube. Next, find and open the el 9 and reduce it by 95% and place at the bottom center of the 3 bottles; duplicate and flip it horizontally. Next, find and open the el 24 butterfly and reduce it by 80% and place on the top right of the blue ribbon...duplicate and place sporadically in stemmed flowers on right. Next, find and open the el 31 butterfly and reduce it by 95% and place on the bottom on the blue bow on the bottles. Next, find and open the el 33 flower and reduce it by 80% and place it at the top. Next, find and open the el 31 butterfly and reduce it by 90% and angle it on the top flower. Lastly, find and open the el 54 the blue heart stone and reduce it by 90% and place in the center of the black butterfly in the top left.


Lastly, add 3D drop shadows wherever you would like them to be.  Make sure at this point that you add the copyright information (VERY IMPORTANT)!!

You did it! You now have finished this tag. Finally, add a name in any font and color of your choosing. I hope you enjoyed this tutorial. If you did, please follow my blog and pass it along to others. If you make a tag using this tutorial, please send it to meat robynebutts@gmail.com, so I can place it on my blog.

Hugs and blessings,
Robyne

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