I Create For:

I Admin For:

Scrappy Bit of Fun

My First Award!

My First Award!
Thank you, Sarah!
Artwork ©Misticheskaya Powered by Blogger.


Thursday, August 21, 2014

Tanzanite (Honored Scraps)

Tanzanite Tutorial

Open 700x700 (You can resize later) To aid in the creation of the tag, make your background white.

This is a pretty easy tutorial with not many steps.

For the purpose of this tutorial, I will refer to the kit and tube I chose.

This kit and more can be purchased at CDO

Start by opening element 6 and placing it in the center of your canvas.

Next open frame 02 and place it above the previous element.

Using your magic wand select inside the frame and expand by 5 pixels.

Choose a paper of your choosing. I chose paper 4. 
Copy and paste paper, invert and hit delete on your keyboard. Move below frame.
Don't deselect.

Choose a tube you want to use to make your tag.

I am using Tanzanite (24-3) by Enamorte from CDO.

Duplicate the tube and hide it. 
With the original tube selected, copy and paste your tube into the center of the canvas. 
Hit delete on your keyboard and deselect.

Unhide the duplicated tube and move to the top of the frame. With your eraser, remove any excess from the bottom part of the tube. See my tag for reference if needed

Open element 17 and duplicate it. Resize the duplicate ribbon to your desired size.
Move the ribbons below the duplicated tube, but above the frame. Place where you desire.

...And you're done!

Please feel free to add other elements and don't forget to save!

Don't forget to add any last minute drop shadows if you wish!

Resize tag if you would like as well!

Add Copyright information, your license and your favorite font for the name!

I usually save in .png but please save your final result in your chosen format.

Please visit Created by Christie for links to extras
and information on how to request this tag (if offered).

This tutorial was written on 8/21/14 by Christie.
Any similarities to any other tutorial is purely coincidental.
All artwork and filters are copyright of the artists and filter creators.
All tutorials are created with PSP9 and are for those with a working knowledge of Paint Shop Pro.