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Monday, July 18, 2011

PTU Tutorial - It's An Original Sin

This tutorial is of my own creation and any resemblance to any other tutorial is purely coincidental. This tutorial is for personal use only, using it for monetary gain is against my TOU's.
This tutorial was written on July 18, 2011. This tutorial is copyrighted to Signature Collections Tutorials By Victoria and is registered with Tutorial Writers Inc.

Supplies Needed:
I am using  two beautiful tubes by Ismael Rac. You must have a license to use his art which you can get here:
PTU Scrapkit called Original Sin from A Taggers Scrap.  You can find this kit here: Thanks Jo!
Mask of choice. I used Vix mask#7, which you can get here:
Plug-ins Xero – Bad Dream
Font of your choice.
Let's begin shall we.
Open new image 600x600.
I used paper9. Apply Vix mask#7. Merge mask layer visible.
Select frame1, no need resize. Copy and paste over mask..
Select tube, resizing will vary, Copy and paste behind frame1.
Select paper1, resize to (400x400), Copy and paste behind tube and frame1. Erase and excess paper you do not need.
Select fabricdrape, resize to (500x594). Copy and paste on right hand side of your tag.
Select tube, sizing will vary. Copy and paste to the bottom of the drap.
Select wine, resize to (50x125). Copy and paste to bottom of tag near tube.
Select flower5, resize to (100x207), Copy and paste to were the flower looks like it is coming out of her cleavage and out of her hand.
Select candles, no need to resize. Copy and paste behind tubes head.
Select wordart2, resize to (400x216). Copy and paste to bottom of tag. Add a drop shadow.
Add name, url, copywrite and watermark.
Merge all layers.
 Go to effects, plugins, xero, Bad Dream. Play with the settings until you find the look you want, then apply.
Resize, to the size you want your finished tag to be.

Save as PNG.
And woohoo, you are finished!
**Scrapbook Page**
Open a new image (800x800).
Select paper1, resize to (800x800). Copy and paste to new image.
Select tag, resize to (800x800) copy and paste to center of paper.
Merge all layers.
Save as a jpeg.
And woohoo, you are finished!

Thank you for trying my tutorial. I would love to see your results and would love to post them on my blog. Contact information is listed on this home page.
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