Saturday, 7 February 2009

The Key to My Heart

Tube of choice - The one I am using is a free tube from Barbara Jensen which you can download from her site HERE
Scrapkit - 'All Loved up' freebie from Arty-Pharty HERE
Thank you !!
Plugins - Xero soft mood (optional) DSB Bright Noise
Mask of choice
Font of choice
OK - Open a new image 600x600 floodfill white
Open the book from the kit and paste as a new layer, image resize by 85%
click inside the 2 frames with your magic wand and paste a paper of choice as a new layer, selections, invert, delete
move this layer below the book layer - add your tube intothe right frame, resize to fit and hit delete again - select none
Add a drop shadow to your book 2 2 50 5 and the same to your tube
I added Xero soft mood to my tube - settings: 50 50 0 0
Open notepaper from kit and resize - paste over the left frame then use a text brush and stamp some text on the paper on a new layer
Hide your white background and merge visible
Duplicate your tag twice and use your deform tool to rotate the bottom 2 one to the left and one to the right slightly - see my tag for reference
Open the journal - resize and place over the paper- type in the words Key to my Heart and rotate using your deform tool - add drop shadow to both the journal and the text
Open string2 and place along the bottom of the tag then place the key in the middle
Open the charm and paste as a new layer on top right, resize, sharpen and drop shadow
Open diamond2 resize by 50% and place on book above your tube - duplicate twice
merge your 3 diamonds together
Open a paper of choice from the kit and paste as a new layer above the white background layer
add a mask of choice
Now add your name and copright information and crop tag to your liking
If you want to animate the tag - click on the diamond line and apply DSB bright noise at 40
Copy merged and paste into animation shop -
back to PSP - undo bright noise
Apply bright noise again at 45
copy merged and paste into ani shop after current frame
repeat above steps once more changing bright noise to 50
THis tutorial was written by me on 7th February 2009 - any resemblance to any other tutorial is purely coincidental. Please do not copy, rewrite or alter in any way.