Friday, May 28, 2010

Beach Treat






This tutorial was written in PSP 9 and can be used with any other version.

I assume that you have a working knowledge of PSP.




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Supplies Needed:

Tube of choice/close up

Awesome scrap by TammyKat

Buy her “Cool Treats” scrap Here

Template56 by Melissa Here

Beach picture, I googled one

Fonts of choice





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I am using the artwork of Elias Chatzoudis

You buy his tubes here www.mypsptubes.com

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open up your template, take off the babe wordart if you want, now let’s start click on the big rectangle, selections all> float>defloat, copy and paste paper of choice, invert>delete, now click on the words beach selections all> float>defloat copy and paste your picture of choice, invert>delete, while still on the beach picture selections all> float> defloat> modify> expand by 2, add a new raster layer and flood fill color of choice, select none and add noise give this layer drop shadow and merge your beach layers only.






Now let’s click on each of the background layers one at a time do this with each one selections all> float> defloat copy and paste paper of choice, invert>delete none, now the hard part is over, let’s open up all your scrap elements of choice, resize if needed and place around the tag, now add your main tube resize if needed, drop shadow. Now bring out your text tool and type out “beach treet” in a pixel font a few times til you reach the length you want set it up on the top and the bottom of the rectangle, add a gradient glow this is optional and drag your text layer below any layers you want it to hide under.






add your copyright, & your name, Now save as a PNG and you're done!







Thanks for trying my tutorial.

Now lets see those results,

I hope you have enjoyed this tutorial!





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This tutorial was written on May 28, 2010 by Melissa.

In no way may this tutorial be copied to another

website without the creators permission. Any resemblance

to this tutorial is purely coincidental.

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