Destiny

Destiny

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Supplies Needed
PSP- I used X but will work in any version
1 Tube of Choice,I used the Artwork of Zindy
You will need to purchase a license to use her work
I purchased a License here from MPT when she
was with them
Please Check out the site here for any further info
Font of choice I used Chopin Script
Scrapkit used is from the very talented Mere
Please visit her blog site here
Her Kit Rouge Delight can be purchased from Scrappin Divaz Designz
Just look under Mere.



Okay let's get started
This will be a Quick and Easy One
Open a new image 600x600 (we can resize later)
Open your tube, Open the scrap kit and choose, Frame4, Frame5,
Dragonfly, Flowers, Heart1 and 1 paper of choice
I used Paper1, and any extra embellishments and ribbons of choice if
you would like to use them.
Layers, new raster layer floodfill with white.
Edit copy, Edit paste Frame4 as new layer, resize by 80%.
Effects, 3D Effects, Inner Bevel apply with these settings
Bevel No2, Width 10, Smoothness 17, Depth 6, Ambience 6, Shininess 28,
Colour White, Angle 45, Intensity 25, Elevation 64, OK
Apply this twice.
Add a drop shadow of choice, I used Vertical2, Horizontal-2, Opacity25,
Blur3, Colour Black, OK.
Paste Frame5 as new layer resize by 80% twice.
Using your selection tool, draw out a rectangle the size of the frame.
Layers new Raster layer, copy your paper and paste into selection.
Move this layer beneath your Frame 5 layer.
Add a drop shadow to the frame.
Paste your tube as a new layer.
Resize to suit. Add a drop shadow.
Add your flower of choice and resize to your liking,
I then duplicated and resized and added a Inner Bevel, same settings as
before.
Duplicate this one again, and resize and add another Inner Bevel.
At this point you can add any embellishments or ribbons of choice.
I used the heart and dragonfly.
Add your name, and all appropriate copywrite
That�s it, all done. Once happy with your creation
Resize all layers to your liking and your done.
Hope you enjoyed my tutorial

Layout and Tutorial ©Janelle written on June 21st, 2008.
Any similarities to this tutorial are purely coincidental & unintentional.
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