For this tutorial you will need the following things:
First of all the beautiful scrap kit Freebie from Bastelagalaxy, called "Cream Chocolate", you can download this kit HERE.
The tube is from ©Susan McKivergan, you can purchase her tubes in AMI HERE.
1.- Open a new raster layer of 500 x 500 pixels.
2.- Copy and paste as new layer Frame 2, with your magic wand select into the frame, and copy and paste as new layer Paper 17, now go to selection/modify/expand 3, then go to selection/invert and then Edit/Cut. Move the paper layer below the frame layer.
3.- Now copy and paste as new layer lace 2, move this layer as background and resize to 125%.
4.- Copy and paste as new layer flower 8, resize to 50%, do the same with Flower 7, reflet and reize to 50%, too. Put them to both size of the frame. See my tag for help.
5.- Copy and paste as new layer the ©Susan McKivergan tube, move the layer below the frame layer, then duplicate the tube and move the copy, up, then in this layer delete all what exceed the frame.
6.- Copy and paste as new layers Flower 3 and 4, duplicate both and resize to 25%, put all of them as you can see in my tag. Now copy and paste as new layer Flower 6, resize to 20% and put in the center, move the layer below the other flowers.
7.- Copy and paste as new layer Butterfly 3, resize to 50%, and do the same with Bow 1. Put as you can see in my tag.
8.- Apply drop shadow to all the elements, flowers, butterfly, bow and frame with this settings: 1- 1- 91 - 9,9, with black colour.
9.- Add your licence number and your name, I used font: Baskerville Old Face, size: 48, colour outside: black, colour inside: #873F19. Apply the same drop shadow as you used before.
10.- 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 18th of september of 2009 any resemblance to any other tutorial is completely coincidental.
Mariel - ©Artistic Dreams