You Can Leave Your Hat On

Supplies Needed

  • PSP- I used X but will work in any version
  • 1 Tubes of Choice

  • I used the Artwork of Dirk Ritcher 
    You will need to purchase a license to use his work 
    here from MPT. 
  • Font of choice

  • Plugin Required Xero Porcelain
  • here
  • Scrapkit used is from Digital Chaos
  • Her FTU Kit Wicker can be Downloaded from Digital Chaos here
  • In the Second example I used a FTU Kit called A Moon Lit Night Add On
  • The Masks are both from Chelle
  • Please visit her site here
  • Look under Downloads,Mask is WSL_Mask145and WSL_Mask146
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 and Masks 
Open the Scrap Kit I used Paper3, Tag2and Button1. 
Open any extra embellishments and ribbons of choice if you would like to use them. 

Layers, new raster layer floodfill with white. 
Copy and Paste Paper3 as a new layer 
Layers, new mask layer, from image, find WSL_Mask146 
Source Luminance Checked, Invert Mask Data unchecked, OK. 
Merge Group. 

Copy and Paste Paper3 again as a new layer 
Layers, new mask layer, from image, find WSL_Mask145 
Source Luminance Checked, Invert Mask Data unchecked, OK. 
Merge Group. 

Image, Free rotate, right by 90 Degrees, OK 

Add your tube, Resize to suit. 
Add a drop shadow. 
Apply plugin. 
Plugin Xero Porcelain 
Softness 50, Strength 128, Brightness 128, 
Red Channel 0, Green Channel 0, Blue Channel 255, Ok. 

Add Tag and position at bottom of your tube 
Add buttons resize and add to either side of tag, add a drop shadow to both tag and buttons. 

Add your name, and all appropriate © 
Add any extras if you want to your tag 

That’s it, all done. 
Told you it was going to be quick didn't I, LOL 

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 July 18th, 2008. 
Any similarities to this tutorial are purely coincidental & unintentional. 
This represents my thoughts and creations. 
Registered with Tutorial Writers Inc. 
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