Thursday, November 27, 2008

Granny's Kitchen


Granny's Kitchen
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This tutorial was written by Jenny on 11-27-08. Resemblance to any other tutorial is purely coincidental and unintentional. I am using the artwork of Lacy Clagg. You need a license to use her artwork. I am licensed to this image through LCTS. You can now purchase her tubes at Creative Design Outlet.

Supplies Needed:
Lacy Clagg Cookie Tube Pack or tube of your choice
Holiday Treats PTU Scrapkit by Just A Girl's Designs (amazing kit...full of goodies)
Mask of choice (I'm using one by Becky)
Font of choice (I'm using PAss the CheX)

Open a new canvas 600x500, flood fill white.
Apply mask layer
Open Treats Frame 2,rotate clockwise 90 degrees, copy and paste as a new layer onto your canvas,image,free rotate,15 degrees,resize, use your magic wand to select inside the frame,selections,modify 5, copy and paste paper of choice as a new layer,resize,invert,delete,select none,add drop shadow to frames.
Duplicate frame layer,image,mirror.
Duplicate paper layer,image,mirror.
Copy and paste gingerbread people,resize,add drop shadow, rotate and place inside the frames.
Merge each frame with it's gingerbread person and paper.
Copy and paste basket of flowers as a new layer,resize,add drop shadow,move up towrd the frames but keep centered. See my tag for placement.
Copy and paste oven as a new layer,resize,add drop shadow,move above the basket then move down just a bit so the basket is peeking over the top.
Copy and paste rollingpin with teddy bear as a new layer,resize,add drop shadow,place at the top of the oven.
Now you can choose the accessories you want to put to the side of the oven. I have chosen the wooden spoon,cookbook and flour. Resize each and add a drop shadow. See my tag for placement.
Copy and paste tube of choice as a new layer,resize,add drop shadow,move to the right of your tag.
Merge visible. Resize if needed.
Add copyright info and text.
You're done.

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