Thursday, July 30, 2009

True Friends


True Friends


This tutorial was written by Jenny on 7-30-2009. Resemblance to any other tutorial is purely coincidental and unintentional. I am using the artwork of Suzanne Woolcott. You need a license to use her artwork and you can purchase her artwork HERE.


Supplies Needed:
1 Tube of choice
Mask of choice (I'm using one by Becky)
Summer Sorbet PTU Scrapkit by Baby Cakes Scraps
Font of choice (I'm using DumbAss)



Open a new canvas 600 x 600 and flood fill white.
New Raster layer, select with magic wand, copy & paste paper of choice into selection, select none, apply mask.


Copy & Paste deco frame, resize 50%.

Copy & Paste paper of choice, resize 50%, place below frame.

Select inside frame with magic wand, selections,modify, expand 10, selections,invert, delete on paper layer, select none, add drop shadow to frame.

Copy & Paste doodle A as a new layer, move below frame layer, add drop shadow.

Copy & Paste tube of choice, resize if needed, add drop shadow, place to your liking.

Copy & Paste ribbon, resize 50% then again 65%, move below frame but above paper, add drop shadow, use eraser tool to erase excess of ribbon.

Copy & Paste doodle B as a new layer, mirror, resize 75%, add drop shadow, place above doodle A layer.

Copy & Paste beads, resize 50% twice, add drop shadow, move below frame and paper.

Copy & Paste Paisley Flower as a new layer, resize 75%, add drop shadow, move below frame and paper layer and off to the left.

Copy & Paste Rainbow as a new layer, resize to your liking, place below frame and ribbon.

Copy & Paste wordart of choice, resize to your liking, place at the top of your canvas, add drop shadow.

Copy & Paste bird of choice, resize to your liking, add drop shadow and place on the frame.

Hide the wordart, tube, background, mask layer, merge the other layers visible, move the merged layer over to the right a little bit, unhide the other layers.

Resize canvas if you'd like. Add copyright info and text and you are done.
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