Saturday, January 17, 2009

Flower Girl

This tutorial was written for those
that have a working knowledge of PSP.

Supplies Needed:
PSP 9 (any version will work)
Tube(s) of choice
I used artwork by Rion Vernon
If you would like to use his artwork please visit CILM
Scrap kit of choice, I used Pink-a-licious By Laura HERE
Plugin(s) used - jeans
MuRa's Meister - Copies
Xero - Porcelain
Font of choice, I used Inspiration

Lets begin

Open 500x500 white canvas

open stitchedflower01, open paper of choice i used paper24
now open any other elements of choice, i just used a paper clip

duplicate your flower and paste as new image, resize one of them to 40%
paste it to canvas, use mura's - copies using these settings, or your own

now click on the other flower, resize to 25% colorize if needed i used
#ca88a2, copy & paste to canvas use these settings of mura's - copies

drag this layer below the bigger flowers, now duplicate layer click on original layer
go to adjust>blur 8.70, now duplicate the bigger flowers
click on original layer blur with same settings as above now use - jeans, using amount - 62 , border width - 6 now slide
this layer below the smaller blurred image.

Resize your tube to 60% image>mirror, click the middle of the bigger flowers
selections>modify>expand - 12 copy & paste your tube in the center
selections>invert> hit delete, selections>none drag tube layer below bigger flowers

select tube layer, blend mode> Luminance now use
xero - porcelain using these settings

Now open paper clip of choice, i used paperclip04 resize to 60%
place clip on tag at an angle, use your magic wand to make the
paperclip look like it's clipped on the flowers, feather at 2

Then hit delete, add your tube, then add drop down shadows
to all layers, x out of the white background, merge all layers
now for paper24 use as a pattern to fill your font, colorize if needed

Resize , & add your copyright,
Add your name, save as a png and your done!

Thanks for trying my tutorial I hope you have enjoyed it.

I would love to see what you make,
feel free to email at

This Tutorial was written 1/18/09.
And the concept of the tutorial is copyrighted.
Do not copy it in any way, pass out or re-write without permission.
The image you create using this tutorial is for you to do what you wish
except for monetary gains or for merchandising.
Any Resemblance to another tutorial is purely coincidental.

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