Saturday, December 5, 2009

Christmas Disaster

Christmas Disaster

This tutorial was written by Jenny on 12/6/2009. Resemblance to any other tutorial is purely coincidental and unintentional. I am using the artwork of Lilly Kitten Art. You need a license to use her artwork. I am licensed through Artistic Minds Inc.
Please check her site above for more licensing info.

Supplies Needed:
1 Tube of choice
Scrap of choice or the one I'm using which is:
Christmas Traditions Scrapkit by Krissy's Scraps
SC Attitude 7 Template by Sixxbug Creationz
Mask of choice (I'm using one by Becky)
Font of choice (I'm using Satisfaction)

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

Flood fill Raster1 with white, new raster layer, select with magic wand, copy & paste paper of choice into selection, select none, apply mask, duplicate,mirror,flip.

Select the circle layer, using the change to target brush recolor the circle with a color that matches your scrap.

Select the swirl brush layer, select 2 colors from your kit and make a gradient with them, recolor the swirls same as above, you may also want to add some noise and a drop shadow to the swirls.

Select oval with magic wand, copy & paste paper of choice as a new layer, resize if needed, selections,invert,delete on paper layer, select none, hide original layer.

I then used my preset shapes and drew out an oval shape (width 8, foreground white, background null) and placed it over the above oval, convert to raster, add noise, add drop shadow.

Select the star layer, recolor same as above using gradient.

Select disaster2 layer, recolor same as above.

Copy & Paste tube of choice as a new layer, resize if needed, add drop shadow and place to your liking.

Now you can adorn your canvas with any elements you'd like such as bears, gifts, ribbons,ect. Place them to your liking, resize if needed, add drop shadow.

Resize the canvas if you'd like. Add copyright info and any text or name you'd like and you are now ready to save.
Thank you for trying my tutorial.

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