The beautiful scrap kit from Klaklei Designs called: "L'Air du Temps", is a PTU and you can purchase this scrap kit HERE.
The tube is a ©Jennifer Janesko girl, and you can purchase her tubes HERE.
1.- Open a new raster layer of 500 x 500 pixels.
2.- Copy and paste as new layer Paper 24, resize to 50%, then go to layers and duplicate once, rotate this layer 18 degrees to the right and resize this layer to 90%. Apply drop shadow of choice to both layers.
3.- Copy and paste as new layer "beadshower", go to layers/duplicate once and reflet one of them. Put both as you can see in my tag.
4.- Copy and paste as new layer "labeltag1", do the same with "fancytag1" and rotate this 18 degrees to the right. Apply drop shadow to both layers.
5.- Copy and paste as new layer "cardjournal", resize to 50% and rotate this layer 18 degrees to the right. Apply drop shadow as before.
6.- Copy and paste as new layer "Frame 1", resize to 75%, with your magic wand select into the frame, now copy and paste as new layer Paper 22, go to selection/modify/expand 2, and then invert select, now go to Edit/cut. Move this layer below the frame layer.
7.- Copy and paste as new layer the ©Jennifer Janesko tube, and resize to convenience. Apply drop shadow.
8.- Copy and paste as new layer "doodlebow 1", resize to 40%, turn down, and put this layer as you can see in my tag, now apply drop shadow as before.
9.- Copy and paste as new layer "key", resize to 50%, rotate this layer 18 degrees to the right. Apply drop shadow.
10.- Merge all visible layers, add your licence number.
11.- Write with a font of choice the word "Love" in the tag, and your name in the cardjournal. I used font: Briquet size: 36, colour outside: #5A3D41, colour inside: #FDD394. Rotate both words 18 degrees to the right, and apply drop shadow.
12.- Save as png.
I hope you like it.
I love to see all your results, if you want you can send me your tags with the results of my tuts to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for try this and the others tuts.
This tutorial was writting by me, Mariel - ©Artistic Dreams on 13th of june of 2009, any resemblance to any other tutorial is completely coincidental.
Mariel - ©Artistic Dreams