Tuesday, 1 December 2009

Santa baby

Santa baby
Tutorial written by and © to Bits N Bobs 1st December 2009.
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Supplies needed.
Font of choice for your name.
I am using Impact
Tube of  choice.
I am using XmasPack03 from Racs Tube Pack 28
This tube is not to be used without an AMI license
Scrap kit by Black cat at AMI - Holly in Snow
Items used from this kit are.
Frame 4, Element 14, Element 37,

This tutorial was written in PSP 9
Open all the supplies in paintshop except the font.
Double click on your font and minimize.
Open a new image 500 x 500 at 72 dpi

1.  Re-size frame 4 to 450 pixels wide, copy, paste onto your new image as a new layer.
Add a drop shadow. Settings will remain the same through out.
I am using V3, H3, O100, B9.00, C #000000
Re-size element 14 to 200 pixels wide.
Copy, paste as a new layer, position in top left corner of your frame.
Layers/ duplicate, image/ mirror, layers/ merge/ merge down.
Layers/ duplicate, image/ flip, layers/ merge/ merge down.
Add a drop shadow.
2.  Re-size element 37 to 500 pixels high.
Copy, paste as a new layer, layers/ arrange/ send to bottom.
Erase any part of the paper outside of your frame.
Add a new layer if you wish to add any text your paper.

3. Re-size your tube to 450 pixels high
Activate the frame layer, copy your tube, paste as a new layer, add a drop shadow if you wish.
Using your selection tool or eraser cut away the top and right hand side of your tube so that she looks like she is hanging out of your frame.

4. Add your copyright info and name and export as jpg for a white background or png for transparent .

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