Thursday, August 13, 2009

A Girl Thing


A Girl Thing

This tutorial was written by Jenny on 8-13-2009. 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. You can purchase these HERE.


Supplies Needed:
3 Tubes of choice from the same artist
missy_tagtemplate254 by Missy at Divine Intentionz
Thank You FTU Scrapkit by Bea Creations
Font of choice (I'm using La Portenia de la Boca)


Open template, hide credit layer, shift d to duplicate and close the original.


Select circle with magic wand, copy & paste Paper1 (P1) as a new layer, resize 65%, selections,invert,delete, select none, hide original layer.


Select Frame Background1 with magic wand, copy & paste Paper8 (P8) as a new layer, resize 65%, selections,invert,delete,select none,hide original layer.


Copy & Paste glitter1, resize 65%, place on Frame Background1 layer, duplicate, mirror,flip.


Copy & Paste one tube of choice as a new layer, placing it below Shape1, resize if needed.


Copy & Paste bead1 as a new layer, see my tag for placement.


Select Frame2 Background with magic wand, copy & paste Paper9 (P9) as a new layer, resize 65%, selections,invert,delete,select none, hide original layer.


Copy & Paste your second tube from the same artist as a new layer, resize if needed, place below Shape2.


Copy & Paste glitter2 as a new layer, place below the above tube layer, resize to your liking.


Copy & Paste ticket, resize if you'd like, free rotate 8 degrees left, add drop shadow, see my tag for placement.


Hide double, trouble and arrow layers.


Copy & Paste your third tube as a new layer, place in the center of the canvas, resize if needed, add a subtle drop shadow of choice.


Copy & Paste leaves1 as a new layer, add drop shadow and place below Frame2 Background layer.


Now you can copy and paste roses and flowers of choice, resizing them to your liking, add a drop shadow and bunch them together as I did on the left side of the canvas.


Resize canvas if you would like to. Add copyright info and text and you are done.


As always, thanks for trying my tutorial. I'd love to see your results.
TOD

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