For this tut you will need the following things:
First of all the beautiful scrap kit from Gemini Creationz, called "An Autumn Romance", is a PTU and you can purchase this kit HERE.
The tube is one of the beautiful collection from ©Suzanne Woolcott and you can purchase her tubes and art HERE.
The mask # 167 is from Weestcotslass Creations and is HERE.
The other mask is HERE.
1.- Open a new raster layer of 500 x 500 pixels.
2.- Copy and paste as new layer Paper 06, resize to 50%, open your mask # 167 in your PSP, then go to masks/new mask/from an image, apply the mask to the paper layer. Then go to masks/delete mask.
3.- Copy and paste as new layer Paper 02, open your mask 32 in your PSP, and as you did in step 2, do the same now and apply to the paper layer. Now go to masks/invert and then masks/delete.
4.- Now with your rectangle selection tool, made a rectangle in the middle of the mask, as you can see in my image, copy and paste as new layer a paper of your choice from the scrap kit, and then go to selection/invert and then Edit/cut. Do the same with the first mask layer but with a different paper.
5.- Copy and paste as new layer the tree, and resize to convenience, then copy and paste as new layers "Vine"and rotate free 90 degrees to the right, do the same with all the other elements, and resize all to convenience. I used: falleaves, bow 02, fallflower 3, fallflower 5, driedplant, violin, squirrel, fallleaves 1, driedfloral, acorn, berries and carriage.
6.- Put all the elements as you can see in my tag, then copy and paste as new layer the ©Gorjuss tube, resize if it's neccesary and merge all visible layers.
7.- Write your name, and the words "Autumn is coming" and apply drop shadow, I used font: Splurge, with a colour who match with the my tag. Apply drop shadow of choice and some inner bevel.
8.- Add your licence number and save as png.
I hope you like this tut.
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 11th of august of 2009 any resemblance to any other tutorial is completely coincidental.
Mariel - ©Artistic Dreams