Cherish

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This tutorial was made in PSP X2, but can also be made in the other versions.

 

you can download the materials.

It contains: 1 mask - 1 CherishTheMoment scrapkit.

You need a tube of your own - height 325 pixels.

Place the mask in your mask folder.

 

Thank you so much for the beautiful scrapkit and mask.

Please don't remove the watermark.

The Copyright belongs to the original artist.

Let the credit to the maker.

 

Step 1

Open the tubes in PSP - minimize them for now.

Set your foreground color to #676f79 (or at your choice).

Set your background color to #3e3030 (or at your choice).

Open a transparent image of 650 x 550 pixels.

Selections - Select all.

Open the scrapkit - Copy paper 9.

Paste into the selection.

Selections - Select none.

Step 2

Layers - Load/save mask - Load mask from disk - load mask 'sg_sidewipe' - with these settings:

Layers - Merge - Merge group.

Effects - Edge effects - Enhance.

Step 3

Open the scrapkit - Copy paper 6.

Paste as a new layer on your working image.

Image - Resize - 80% - All layers not checked.

Image - Rotate - Free rotate - Right - 10 - nothing checked.

Effects - 3D effects - Drop shadow:

Vert and Hor 5 - Opacity 65 - Blur 5 - color black.

Step 4

Open the scrapkit - Copy paper 10.

Paste as a new layer on your working image.

Image - Resize - 80% - All layers not checked.

Image - Rotate - Free rotate - Left - 10 - nothing checked.

Effects - Image effects - Page curl - foreground color - with these settings:

See main image for placing.

Effects - 3D effects - Drop shadow - same settings as before.

Step 5

Open the scrapkit - Copy paper 5.

Paste as a new layer on your working image.

Image - Resize - 85% - All layers not checked.

Image - Rotate - Free rotate - Left - 25 - nothing checked.

Effects - Image effects - Page curl - background color - with these settings:

Place it a little to the left side - see main image.

Effects - 3D effects - Drop shadow - same settings as before.

Step 6

Activate your tube.

Image - Resize - Height 325 pixels - All layers checked.

Edit - Copy.

Paste as a new layer on your working image.

Effects - 3D effects - Drop shadow - same settings as before.

Step 7

Open the scrapkit - Copy frame3.

Paste as a new layer on your working image.

Image - Resize - Height 400 pixels.

Lower the Opacity of this layer to 80.

Step 8

Activate your Freehand selection - Point to point - Feather and Fluant 0 - Anti alias checked.

Make a selection around the head of the woman that shines through the frame - see image below:

Press Delete.

If it's oké, set the Opacity back to 100.

Selections - Select none.

Step 9

Activate your top layer.

Layers - Merge - Merge down.

You now can place the frame with the woman a little to the left.

Step 10

Open the scrapkit - Copy tube 'hangingsign'.

Paste as a new layer on your working image.

Place it upper right - see main image.

Effects - 3D effects - Drop shadow - same settings as before.

Step 11

Open the scrapkit - open tube 'fan4'.

Image - Resize - Width 180 pixels.

Edit - Copy.

Paste as a new layer on your working image.

Place it left below on the frame - see main image.

Effects - 3D effects - Drop shadow:

Vert and Hor 3 - Opacity 65 - Blur 3 - color black.

You can still replace the tubes until you are satisfied.

Step 12

Decorate your crea with the kit stuff.

You have to resize some of them.

Don't forget to give them a little Shadow.

Step 13

Layers - New raster layer.

Add your name and/or watermark.

Layers - Merge - Merge all (Flatten).

Save your crea as a jpg file and you're done!

 

I hope you enjoyed making this tutorial :-)

 

This lesson was written by Gerrie on February 9, 2012.

This lesson is and remains the property of Gerrie.

You are not allowed to copy or distribute my lessons without my written permission.

All my lessons are self designed ... so any agreement is purely coincidental.

All my lessons are registered with TWI.

Translated by Zial on July 2, 2013

 

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