Monday, December 16, 2013

New Years Eve

New Years Eve
©Barbara Butler
December 2013



I'm using 2014 Two by Amy Marie for this tag.  You can fine it at www.amymarieskits.com

New Image 800X600 72DPI

01.  Paste Element 19 on to the canvas.  Re size it by 75% once.  Click on the inside with the magic wand.  Expand by 5, add a new layer and paste Pp2 into the selection.  Move the paper below the frame.

02.  Keeping the paper layer selected add another new layer and paste Element 104 into the selection.  Change the blend mode to Hard Light.  Give it a drop shadow of choice.

03.  Paste Element 116 on to the canvas.  Re size it by 65% twice.  Place it on top.

04.  Paste Element 113 on to the canvas.  Re size it by 65% twice.  Place it on the bottom left.

05.  Paste Element 121 on to the canvas.  Re size it by 50% twice.  Place it on the top left and below the frame.  Erase any that is outside the frame.

06.  Paste Element 117 on to the canvas. Re size twice, once by 50% then by 65%.  Flip it horizontally and place it on the bottom right.

07.  Paste Element 109 on to the canvas.  Place it on the bottom and below th other elements.  Move Element 117 over to the right just a little bit.

08.  Paste Element 94 on to the canvas.  Place it on the right and move below the paper layer.  Delete any excess on the bottom left.

09.  Paste Element 83 on to the canvas.  Re size it by 65% once.  Place on the right side and below the other elements.

10.  Paste Element 76 on to the canvas.  Re size it by 65% once.  Place it on the bottom left.  Move Element 113 over to the left just a little bit.

11.  Paste Element 59 on to the canvas.  Re size it by 65% once.  Place it on the right side and move it above Element 94 and flip it horizontally.

12.  Paste Tube(s) of choice on to the canvas.  Re size it if needed.   Place to your liking.  Add the copyright.

13.  Add name and save as a pspimage.  Add any effects you would like.  Crop and re size the tag as needed.  Save as a png and you are done.


Thank you for taking a look at my tut.  Hope you have enjoyed.
Post a Comment