Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Cold Christmas

Cold Christmas

This tutorial was written by Jenny on 6-30-2009. Resemblance to any other tutorial is purely coincidental and unintentional. I am using the artwork of Chrissy Clark. I have a license through Artistic Minds Inc.
You can now purchase her tubes at Creative Design Outlet.

Supplies Needed:
2 Tubes of choice from the same artist
Country Christmas FTU Scrapkit by Scrapity Scrap and More
(scroll down and you'll see the link to the right under old kits)
Christmas Masks by Quill and Parchment
The Masks I used are on this post HERE
Font of choice (I'm using Portfolio-Regular)

Open a new canvas 600 x 600. Flood fill white.
New raster layer, flood fill with a color from the kit, apply mask, duplicate.

Copy & Paste Frame5 as a new layer, resize 60%, move toward bottom.

Copy & Paste paper of choice, resize 75%, use the selection tool to remove excess paper sticking out from the frame.

Copy & Paste tube of choice, place below frame, resize if needed, dulpicate, mirror.

Copy & Paste Bell as a new layer, resize to your liking and place in the middle frame.

Copy & Paste Wrap1 as a new layer, mirror, place at the bottom of the frame, resize 60%, add drop shadow.

Copy & Paste Pointsetta of choice as a new layer, place at the bottom left of the frame, resize to your liking,add drop shadow, duplicate and resize again by 75%, see my tag for placement.

Copy & Paste pinecone as a new layer, resize 50%, add drop shadow, place at the top right corner of the frame.

Copy & Paste tree, resize 65%, add drop shadow, place below frame layer so that it looks as though it's sitting on top the frame.

Copy & Paste Bear1 as a new layer, resize 50%, add drop shadow, place infront of the tree.

Copy & Paste tube of choice, resize if needed, add drop shadow, place ontop the frame.

Copy & Paste snowman, resize to your liking,add drop shadow and place behind the tube.
See my tag for further placement details.

Add drop shadow to the frame and the two tubes below the frame.

Add copyright info and text and you're done.

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