Thursday, November 12, 2009

Keeper of Enchantment


Keeper of Enchantment

This tutorial was written by Jenny on 11/12/2009. Resemblance to any other tutorial is purely coincidental and unintentional. I am using the artwork of Terry Heuser. You need a license to use her artwork. I have a license through MyTagArt.
Please check her site for new licensing information.


Supplies Needed:
1 Tube of choice
Enchantment PTU Scrapkit by Just A Girl's Designs
Mask of choice (I'm using one by Becky)
Font of choice (I'm using Monsteer Paparazzi)


Open a new canvas 600 x 600 and flood fill white. We'll resize later.

New raster layer, select with magic wand, copy & paste bkg13 into selection, select none, apply mask.

Copy & Paste Window2 as a new layer, resize 85%, add drop shadow.

Copy & Paste paper of choice as a new layer, move below Window, resize 85%.

Select inside each open area of the window, selections, modify, expand 4, selections, invert, delete on paper layer, select none.

Copy & Paste tube of choice, resize if needed, add drop shadow, place above Window.

Copy & Paste deco1 as a new layer, resize 65% twice, add drop shadow, mirror.

Copy & Paste flower vine as a new layer, resize 65%, place below tube layer and to the left, add drop shadow, duplicate, free rotate 20 degrees right.

Copy & Paste Grassbits as a new layer, resize 50%, add drop shadow, place to the left above tube, duplicate, resize 65%, move over just a bit to the right, proceed to duplicate and move over an inch or so each time until you're at the end of the Window.

Copy & Paste fairydust as a new layer, move below tube layer.

Copy & Paste fairykite as a new layer, resize 50% then again 65%, add drop shadow, see my tag for placement.

Copy & Paste rosevine as a new layer, resize 65%, add drop shadow, place to the right of the tube below the grass layers, duplicate, image, mirror, move ontop of original layer.

Copy & Paste tree2 as a new layer, move to the left above window.

Merge all layers visible, resize if so desired, add copyright info and text and you are ready to save.

Thank you for trying my tutorial!
TOD

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