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Thursday, April 9, 2009

Remember Me....

Click on tag to see full size..

This tutorial was written by me on April 10th 2009
Any similarity to any other tutorial is purely coincidental
This tutorial was written in psp8 but should work in other versions.

Tools needed

Scrap-kit Remember Me FTU from Bea
She has deleted her blog so i have put the elements i used in the supplies
Download HERE

The tube I have used is a PTU one from Barbara Jenson
You can purchase from HERE
You must have a licence to use her tubes

The mask I have used is WSL_Mask 116
Download from HERE

Put the mask in your psp mask folder

Plugin..Cybia.. Screenworks

Open new white image 700x580
Copy and paste paper of choice as new layer
Layers, load save mask from disc find the mask
Load, layers, merge group
Adjust, blur, Gaussian Blur 7
Effects, Cybia, Screenworks, Fine Rule
Mode on 0, click ok
I added the mask again but used a pattern
Just experiment a bit, then resize it by 95%
Copy and paste Journal 2 as new layer
Move it to the top of your tag
Layers, duplicate, image, flip
Move this layer down a little see my tag for reference
Now get your eraser and carefully erase a little where it joins
Copy and paste frame 2 as new layer
Image, rotate, free rotate 90 degree's right
All layers not clicked. Image mirror
Open heart3 in psp, go to patterns and find it in there
Put angle on 0 and scale on 20
Layers, new raster layer, floodfill with heart
Select none, drag this layer under the frame layer
Make the top layer active
Copy and paste your tube as new layer
Now duplicate your frame layer and drag it above the tube layer
Erase what parts you want to
Now add what elements you want on your tag
Adding a slight drop-shadow as you go
When finished add your name and any copyrights
Layers, merge all
Thanks for doing my tutorial

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Hugs for a great tut...It came out very nice.
Now I am going to try a different one.