Sunday, October 8, 2017

BCA Pretty in Pink

New Tutorial "Pretty in Pink"

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

  
https://www.4shared.com/zip/MGNAmWAkce/acc_Pink_n_Pretty.html

Supplies:
A.) I am using the art of Keith Garvey, tube "Felicity" and my Scrap Kit " Pink and Pretty". B.) You must credit "ScrapKitbyACowgirlsCreations"on your tag. 
C.) PSP X2, but should work in any PSP x or higher.
Let's Begin
1. Open a new image. File> new> tick transparent box> 650 x 650. From this point forward, referred to as "tag". 
2. Open lace element from Scrap Kit, resize to 90%. Copy and paste onto tag image "as new layer" > merge visible. Close original image. Open crochet lace. Resize to 85%. Copy and paste onto tag "as new layer" >merge visible. Close original image.
3. Open Garv image, close off all layers in the layer palette except the bottom layer. Double click it. Decrease opacity to 50%. Resize the image to 85%. Copy and Paste onto lace on tag as "new layer" > merge visible. Close off original Garv layer in the layer palette and do not save changes. Open the third layer of the Garv image "Felicity". Resize to 75%. Image> mirror. Copy and paste onto the left side of tag as shown. Effects>3D effects>drop shadow. Selections> select none. Close original image. Do not save changes to Garv Tube.
4. Open rose petals. Resize to 55%. Copy and paste onto tag making sure it is centered with the bottom edge of image three pixel squares off the bottom of the tag. Effects> 3D effects>drop shadow> Selections> select none. Close original image. Do not save changes.
5. Open flowers. Resize to 55%. Copy and paste onto left side of tag image and place as shown. Effects> 3D effects>drop shadow. Selections> select none. Close original image. Do not save changes.
6. Open pear strand. Resize to 75%. Copy and paste onto tag at bottom edge of rose petals"as new selection". Effects>3D effects>drop shadow. Selections> select none. Close original image. Do not save changes. 
7. Open doves. Resize to 65%. Copy and paste onto tag "as new selection" and position as shown. Effects>3D effects>drop shadow. Selections> select none. Close original image. Do not save changes.
8. Open letters. Copy and paste two new images of letters. Close original. For the first one, resize to 40%. Copy and paste onto tag "as new selection". Position as shown. Effects> 3D effects>3D effects>drop shadow. Selections> select none. (Save the second one for step #10)
9. Open bottles. Resize to 20%. Clarify.  Copy and paste onto tag "as new selection". Effects> 3D effects>drop shadow. Selections> select none. Close original image. Do not save changes.
10. Get second image of letters. Resize to 25%. Copy and paste over bottles on tag and position as shown. Effects>3D effects> drop shadow. Selections> select none.
11. Open boxes. Resize to 30%, resize again to 85%. Clarify image. Copy and paste onto tag "as new selection". Effects>3D effects> drop shadow. Selections> select none. Close original image. Do not save changes.
12. Open boots. Resize image to 35%. Copy and paste onto letter boxes "as new image", positioning as shown. Effects>3D effects> drop shadow. Selections>select none. Close original image and do not save changes.
13.  Open heart and pearl ribbon dangle. Resize to 25%. Copy and paste onto tag "as new selection". Effects>3D effects>drop shadow. Selections> select none. Close original image and do not save changes.
14. Open butterfly. Resize to 20%. Clarify. Copy and paste onto tag "as new selection". and position as shown on the upper left area of tag. Effects>3D effects> drop shadow. Selections> select none. Close original image and do not save changes.

15. Once completed, resize the tag to 85%. Make sure you apply proper credentials for Keith Garvey or any other tube of choice. You must also credit "Scrapkit by ACowgirlsCreations" on your tag.
Thank you for trying my tutorial. Do not copy, paste or post to any website. Do not hotlink my tutorials. This includes my scrap kits. Do not claim as your own. This tutorial was created solely by me on October 8, 2017. Any resemblance to any other tutorial is purely coincidental.
BC Pretty in Pink

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