Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Fall Beauty

Tutorial by Jcuttlebear01 aka JoAnn

I do these tutorials for fun and not
for any profit. I use them also as a learning tool to
help others learn the fun and art of paint shop pro.
Everything I use I have collected don't claim to have
made anything other then the tag.
All settings will remain the same unless otherwise noted
This tutorial assumes you have a working knowledge of PSP
Remember to save often in case your psp crashes.

I did this in PSP 9 but sure any one will work.

Scrapbook kit I'm using is
It is on sale right now.
Tube is from LadyMishka, it's call Farmer Girl
and you can buy it
Template I used is from  

Plug ins:
No outside plug ins 
My supplies
Graphic of choice
Tube of choice
Font of choice
Duplicate template and close the original.
Shift D on your keyboard.

Delete the top layer you don't need that.
Image canvas size
We will resize when done.

Magic wand with these settings, you get
cleaner edges this way.

Select square 1 layer>find a paper
of choice from the kit>I'm using>paper 9
resize it by 50 percent and copy and paste
as a new layer>mover tool and place how you want it.

Layer merge down
Effects>edge effects>enhance

Add a nice drop shadow.

Repeat this step with square layer 2
I used the same paper.
Select circle 1>I used>paper 4
resize it and copy and paste as a new
Layer merge down

Add Drop shadow
Select circle 2>paper 2
resize and copy and paste as a new
Layer merge down
Add Drop shadow
Select circle 3>paper 3
resize it and copy and paste as a
new layer>move how you want it.
Layer merge down
Add drop shadow.

Select frame back 3>flood fill with color of choice.
Add a new raster layer
Find a tube or whatever you want to put
into this frame>I'm using
DCC-Autumn Goodies 3-Sunflowers in Pumpkin
copy and paste into your selection.
Add drop shadow

Layer>merge down
Select Frame back 2>and repeat last steps.
use a different tube if you wish.
Or leave it the way it is.
I'm adding a tube later as an
If you don't add anything don't merge down yet.
Do the same with Frame back 1>add a graphic of
choice or any thing you wish.
This is what I have so far. 

Select Frame and copy and paste into
selection paper of choice>or just flood
fill with a color of choice.
I used Paper 11
repeat this step with each frame.
Add a nice inner bevel to each frame.

Merge frame 1 and frame back together.
Make sure your on the right layer.
Merge frame 3 and frame back together.
This is how your layer pallet should look now.

Select frame 2 and repeat your
steps but don't merge down.
Unless you have put a tube into there
and your not adding anything else.
Select the brush layer>zoom in on it
so you can see them better and select with
magic wand......change the feather back to 0
Flood fill with color of choice.
Now we are ready to add accents.
Add autumn basket>resize by 25 percent
Copy and paste as a new layer, move down
on frame 2>add drop shadow.
Add from the kit
DCC-Autumn Goodies 4-Scarecrow
resize 40 percent>move down and to
the left how you want him.
Add drop shadow.
Copy and paste tube of choice
resize as needed.
Add a drop shadow.
Move where you want.
turkey 2 from the kit resize by 25 percent
Arrange with move tool where you want.
Add drop shadow
Flower 06 resize by 35 percent
use deform tool to turn it and
make it smaller if need be.
Add any thing else you wish to at
this time.
Once everything is like you want it
merge all layers.
New raster layer>layer>arrange>
send to bottom.
Flood fill with color you want your mask.

Open mask and minimize in your psp.
Layers>New mask layer>

Merge group
Add a nice texture if you wish.

Add word art if you wish
If your happy with the way the tag looks
merge all layers.
Add your water mark and your ready to
save your work of art.
resize to your liking

Would love to see what you do with this.
Thank you for giving my tutorial a try.
I do hope you have enjoyed this tutorial, as much
as I did writing it,
and learned something new.

Have any questions or need help.
Just let me know, I'm always happy to help any way I can.

Thank you Mary

Thank you

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