Monday, November 7, 2016

Embrace Winter



SUPPLIES:

  PSP XII

  Tube used is part of the kit
  PTU scrap kit used is called "Winters Embrace" By Whisper In The Wind and can be purchased HERE

  Mask used is Mask 2 from set 133 by Rachels Designs which can be found HERE

  Font Used is Jellyka Western Princess (FTU)

**This tutorial is written with the understanding that the user has a good working knowledge of psp and the usage of it's various tools.**

LET'S BEGIN:

Open a new work space 700 X 500
Flood fill white
Paste Paper 7 as a new layer
Apply your mask of choice
Paste Elem.72 as a new layer
Resize 72%
Paste Elem.65 as a new layer
Pace at the top
Paste Elem.40 as a new layer
Resize 84%
Choose your selection tool
Set Feather to 33
Select the left side and hit the delete button a few times until you get the desired effect
Repeat this step on the right side and bottom (This gets rid of the square look of the element and makes it look blended)
Paste Elem.71 as a new layer
Resize 51%
Place at the right side
Paste Elem.34 as a new layer
Resize 26%
Place at the right
Paste Elem.68 as a new layer
Resize 31%
Place at the bottom left
Choose your free hand selection tool with feather set at 46
Select the bottom of the mushrooms
Hit delete a few times until it looks blended in the snow
Do the same with the bottom of the tree
Paste Elem.37 as a new layer
Resize 44%
Place on top of the mushrooms
Paste Elem.36 as a new layer
Resize 18%
Image, Mirror
Place at the bottom left
Paste Elem.42 as a new layer
Resize 37%
Place at the bottom left under the rabbit
Paste Elem.37 as a new layer
Resize 12%
Place at the right
Duplicate 3 X's and place as desired
Paste Elem.15 as a new layer
Resize 20%
Place at the top left under the tubed image
Paste Elem.33 as a new layer
Resize 52%
Place at the right
Paste Elem.69 as a new layer
Resize 16%
Place at the bottom
X out the white background
Merge Everything
Adjust, Sharpen
Apply the appropriate © and watermark as desired
Save as a png for a transparent background


I hope you have enjoyed this tutorial, if you have any questions please feel free to email me
mrs.sasingleton@gmail.com

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