Tuesday, March 08, 2011

Kiss Me Quick

Supplies Needed:
Tube of choice, I am using Jose Cano, you can find him here
Scrap kit Kiss Me Quick found at Felice Originals
Mask WSL_98 by Chelle found here.

Ready to begin?

Open a new image 700 x 700 with a white background.

Open FrameValentineWreath and resize it by 80 percent. Paste as a new layer, I also sharped it.

Take your magic wand and click inside the frame, go to Selections - Modify - Expand by 10.

Open a paper of your choice, I used paper rosepedals, resized by 50 percent, invert and hit delete on your key board.

Apply a drop shadow to your frame.

Copy and paste your tube inside the frame. Delete anything that you don't want to show at the bottom. Apply a drop shadow.

Open WineGlasses, resize 30 percent or what best suits you, and paste as a new layer. Position on the right of the bow. Apply a drop shadow.

Open PearlString, resize to your liking, I resized by 30 percent. Paste as a new layer and move below your frame background, right above your white background. Apply a drop shadow. Duplicate and mirror and position to your liking.

Open Rose2, resize by 30 percent twice, free rotate 20 degrees right, sharpen and place somewhere around your tube. Apply a drop shadow. See my tag for reference.

Open HeartCluster, resize by 40 percent, paste as a new layer. Move to the bottom of the bow, and move the layer right above the white background. Apply a drop shadow. Duplicate as  many as you like and place throughout your tag.

Open FlairButton, resize by 30 percent then by 50 percent. Sharpen and paste as a new layer. I positioned mine on top of the bow, but you may place yours wherever you like. Apply a drop shadow.

Open a paper of choice or make a gradient out of 2 colors in the tube. Do this above the white background layer. Apply mask to this layer. I added some Mosaic Antique to the layer then. I had to play around with the settings to get something I liked, you should do the same.

Add your copyrights and name.

Crop, and resize if desired.

Save as a PNG.

You are all finished!

I would love to see what you have made using one of my tutorials. If you are interested please send us an email with the tag and any links you would like added :)