Friday, December 6, 2013

Santas Little Helper

Santa's Little Helper
©Barbara Butler
December 2013



I used Amy Marie's adorable Santas Helper kit for this tut.
Kit can be found at www.amymarieskits.com
New image 800X700 72 DPI

01.  Paste Element 103 on to the canvas.  Re size it by 85% once.
With the magic wand click on the inside of the frame.  Expand by 10, add a new layer and paste Pp1 into the selection.  Move the paper down below the frame.  Select none.
With magic wand again click on the inside where the stars are.  Add another layer and this time paste Pp9 into the selection.  Select none.

02.  Paste Element 4 on to the canvas.  Re size it by 50% once.  Place it on the bottom left.

03.  Paste Element 6 on to the canvas.  Place it on the left side and behind the cupcake.

04.  Paste Element 9 on to the canvas.  Re size it by 50% once.  Mirror it and place it on the bottom right.

05.  Paste Element 5 on to the canvas.  Re size it by 75% once.  Place it on the bottom right and behind Element 9.

06.  Paste Element 11 on to the canvas.  Re size it by 50% once.  Mirror it and place it on the bottom right.

06.  Paste Element 12 on to the canvas.  Re size it by 50% once.  Place it on the bottom left.

07.  Paste Element 38 on to the canvas.  Re size it by 85% once.  Place it on the right side and behind the other elements.

08.  Paste Elements 51 and 52 on to the canvas.  Place 51 on the left side and 52 on the right side.  Send them both to the bottom of the tag behind the other elements.

09.  Paste Element 83 on to the canvas.  Leave behind the frame and with the deform tool move each of the side modes out a little bit so it overlaps outside.

10.  Paste Element 86 on to the canvas.  Re size it by 75% once.  Place it in front of the frame.

11.  Paste Element 87 on to the canvas.  Re size it by 50% once.  Place it towards the top.

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

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



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