Saturday, May 22, 2010

Warning 2 Hot 4 You


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

Beautiful Scrap by Teresa’s Treasures

Scrap called “Shabby Chick” buy HERE

fonts of choice water brush rob, bankgothic md bt

Mask of choice, I used mask10 by Rachel HERE

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I am using the artwork of Keith Garvey

You buy his tubes here www.mypsptubes.com

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very quick and easy tutorial, open up scrap papers, elements, and the frame, use your freehand selection tool, set at point to point and go around the frame, add a new raster layer, copy and paste paper of choice, invert> delete select none, now drag your paper layer below your frame layer.





Do the same again with your freehand tool again around the frame, now copy and paste your tube of choice, invert> delete select none. Drag your tube layer below your frame but above your paper layer, add a drop shadow to your tube layer now change your blend mode on your tube to luminance legacy.





Now let’s resize the clip and the beads on the string sharpen, place the clip in right top hand corner of the frame and place the beaded string just on top of the frame as well, give both a drop shadow. Now add your main tube resize if needed add drop shadow to your tube and to your frame. Now use your text tool type out the words “WARNING” place your text on top of the frame slanted if you’d like, use your text too again and type out thw words “2 Hot 4 You” place at the bottom of your tag.





add your mask, 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 22nd, 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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