Monday, September 24, 2012


 This tutorial was written by Jenny on 9/24/2012. Resemblance to any other tutorial is purely coincidental and unintentional. I am using the artwork of Tamandya. This is an exclusive tube available for purchase at PicsForDesign (PFD).

Supplies Needed:
1 tube of choice
Scrapkit of choice (I'm using Jaggedy Lanterns by Creative Scraps by Crys)
WSL_Mask260 by Weescotslass
Font (I'm using Calligrafia Sara)

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.

Add frame4, resize 80%, add drop shadow.

Add paper of choice as a new layer, move below frame, use the magic wand to select inside the frame, selections, modify, expand by 6, selections, invert, delete on paper, add spider web, resize, delete, select none.

Add tube, resize to your liking, place below frame keeping it above the spider web layer, use selection tool to select top portion of the head, right click, promote selection to layer, select none, move to the very top.

Now select the frame layer.

Add element11, resize to your liking and place on the right side of the frame.

Add buttons and candy, resize to your liking, place top left corner of frame.

Add a couple of ribbons, resize to your liking, making one smaller than the other, place both at the bottom of the frame.

If your tube has a witch hat place it now to the right, resize to your liking, see my tag.

Add cauldron infront of the witches hat, resize to your liking, see my tag.

Add pumpkins and arrange them toward bottom of the cauldron along with more candy.

Add Boooo! wordart, resize to your liking, see my tag for placement, selections, select all, float, defloat, modify, expand by 2, new raster layer, flood fill with white, move below, select none, add noise and drop shadow.

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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