Monday, July 30, 2012

Breezy Beachy Fun

Breezy Beachy Fun

This tutorial was written by Jenny on 7/31/2012. Resemblance to any other tutorial is purely coincidental and unintentional. I am using the licensed artwork of Ellie_Milk. This tube is available for purchase at PicsForDesign (PFD).

Supplies Needed:
1 tube of choice
Scrapkit of choice (I'm using FTU Just Beachy by My Nerdy Notebook)
Font of choice (I'm using PT Script)
Mask of choice


Open a new canvas 600 x 600 flood fill white.

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


Open frame 4, free rotate 90 degrees right, copy & paste onto your new canvas, resize 75%.

Add paper of choice as a new layer, move below frame, resize to your liking, use selection tool to select around frame, selections, invert, delete on paper layer, select none.

Add pebbles, resize if needed, place below frame layer and toward the bottom so that a few are showing out from under the frame.

Add tube, resize to your liking, place below frame but above pebbles, select top portion, right click, promote selection to layer, move to top, select none, use selection tool to select around frame again, selections, invert, delete on original tube layer, select none, add drop shadow of choice.

Select mask layer.

Add postcard, resize to your liking, place so that it is sticking out from the right side of the frame.

Add fern, resize if needed, place below postcard layer and to the right, duplicate, flip, mirror.

Add bubbles and repeat the above step placing the below the fern layer.

Select frame layer.

Add button to top right corner of frame, resize if needed, duplicate, mirror, flip.

Add any other elements/accessories that you wish.

I added the following:
beachball (resized by 75%)
starfish (resized 65%)
sunglasses (resized 65%)
surfboard (placed to the left)


Now it's time to crop down your tag, resize if needed.

Add copyright/licensing info and text and you're ready to save.
Be sure to save a blank for future use.

If you'd like to save as a transparent PNG layer be sure to hide the white background layer first.

I hope you've enjoyed my new tutorial. Please show your appreciation by leaving some love in my C-Box and/or voting for me at 1Award (link to the right). I'd love to see your results.


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