Friday, June 10, 2011

Masked Tears

Masked Tears

This tutorial was written
by Sarah Fiack on
June 10,2011
Any resemblance to another
tutorial is purely coincidental.
For this tutorial, I’m using
a tube by Scarlet Gothica.
You can find it at
Dreamscape Imaging

Tube of choice
Scrap of choice.
I’m using one by Butterfly Kisses Scraps.
It is a FTU scrap called Colors Of Mine.
You can find it here

Open a 600x600 new image.
Open your tube & scrap supplies.

Choose a frame & resize it 80%
Paste as a new layer.
Rotate free rotate left angle 20.

Click inside the frame with your
magic wand tool. Selections modify
expand by 5.

Paste a paper of choice as new layer.
Selections invert & press delete.
Move under the frame layer.

Paste your tube between the two
different layers.
Position as wanted & press delete.
Select none.

Add a drop shadow to the frame
& tube layers.
2,2,50,5 Black.

Open a leaf element.
Resize 60%
Paste on the bottom layer &
arrange by a corner of the frame.
Duplicate once mirror & flip.
This should give you leaf under each
side of the frame.

Open a flower.
Resize 40%
Paste on eiter side of the leaves.
This should take about 6 flowers total.
You want the flower petals to peek out
from under the frame beside the leaves.

Now take the same flower original size,
resize 25%
Paste on the top corners of the frame
for a total of 4 smaller flowers.
Drop shadow the smaller 4 flowers.

Open a standing flower.
Resize 50%
Paste twice as new layer & arrange by bottom right
corner of the tag.

In your layer palette, move the standing flower layer
under the 4 small corner flowers layer.
This wil give the impression it is standing behind the
corner flower.

Open a mask element.
Resize 25%
Paste on a top corner of the tag.
Take ribbon heart.
Resize 30%
Paste on the opposite corner of the mask.

Open the mask again.
Resize 50% & 80% once each.
Paste on a bottom corner.
Mirror once.
Free rotate left 20 twice

Add wordart or saying of choice.
Rotate to put on side of tag
if you wish. I rotated my words
before converting to raster.
Add a drop shadow.

Merge layers visible.
Resize 88%
Add copyright info & name.
Save as png.
Thanks for trying my tutorial.

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