Saturday, May 9, 2009

Bliss


Bliss


This tutorial was written by Jenny on 5-9-2009. Resemblance to any other tutorial is purely coincidental and unintentional. I am using the artwork of Susan McKivergan. You need a license to use her work. I am licensed through Artistic Minds Inc.
You can now find Susan's artwork licensed to UpYourArt.


Supplies Needed:
Tube of choice
National Scrapbooking Day '09 FTU Scrapkit by Beth Turner
Font of choice (I'm using P22 Corinthia)
dsb flux bright noise (optional)


Open Template 8, close copyright layer, shift d and close the original.
If you want you can go ahead and crop down to size.


Start on the bottom layer (raster 5) select with your magic wand, copy and paste paper of choice as a new layer, selections,invert,delete on paper layer,select none, close original layer.
Repeat this step on the following layers starting at the bottom: Copy of Raster 5, Raster 3, Copy of Raster3, Raster 1, Raster 7, Copy of Raster 7


Select Raster 6 with your magic wand, new raster layer, flood fill with a color that compliments your tube or scrapkit, select none, add drop shadow.
Repeat this step on the following layers: Copy of Raster 6, Raster 4, Copy of Raster 4, Raster 2,
Now on these layers if you'd like you can apply the dsb flux bright noise around 45 Mix.


Copy & Paste Tube of choice, move below Raster 7 and Copy of Raster 7 layer, add drop shadow, resize if needed.

Copy & Paste flowers of choice as a new layer, resize if needed, rotate if needed, add drop shadow, place on top of Raster 7 and Copy of Raster 7.

Copy & Paste 2 more flowers of choice as a new layer, resize, add drop shadow, place above those 2 layers but toward the bottom.

Copy & Paste candle of choice as a new layer, resize to around 55% or more if needed, add drop shadow and place in the center bottom (see my tag).

Copy & Paste ribbon of choice, resize to your liking, add drop shadow, see my tag for placement.

Add your text and copyright info and you are done. Thank you for trying my tut.
TOD

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