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Monday, July 7, 2014

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This Tutorial was written on July 6th 2014 by Ashly
It is of my own creation and any resemblance to any other tutorial is purely coincidental.

Please do not copy and do not post elsewhere.
Do not translate or script.
This tutorial is written as if you have a general knowledge on how to use the program.

***What you'll need***
Program of Choice.
I am using Photoshop CS5

Tube of choice.
I am using the artwork of Alex Prihodko
You must purchase a license to use his work
You can do so HERE
I recolored the bikini so that it was a perfect match to the kit I'm using
There are a couple color choices already available that would look just as good
if you're not wanting to recolor at all

Scrapkit of Choice
I am using the scrapkit, “Calming Skies” by Jackie's Jewels
Which you can purchase for use HERE

Mask of Choice
I am using Mask141 by Weescotslass Creations
Which you can find for download to use HERE

~*~*~ Let's Get Started~*~*~

Start a new canvas
600px by 600px
Flood fill with white.

Open JJS_4
Add it to your canvas
Scale down to about 60%
Add a drop shadow of choice

Open PP1
Resize to 600px by 600px
Add to your canvas and have this below the frame
Resize to about 60%
Use your magic wand and select inside the frame
Select → Modify → Expand, by 5
Invert the selection and on the paper layer, press delete
Deselect

Open PP7
Resize to 600px by 600px
Add to your canvas just above the white background
Apply the mask here

Add your tube to your canvas.
Resize and reposition as you'd like to above the frame
Once you're happy with the size and position
Duplicate
To the top layer
Filter → Blur → Gaussian Blur, 3.0px
Change the blend mode to soft light
To the bottom tube, add a drop shadow

Add the tube to your canvas once again
Have this layer in between the frame and the frame background layers
I flipped mine horizontally
Position as you'd like inside the frame
Change the blend mode to luminosity
Lower the opacity to about 30%

Now we're just going to add the elements we want to, to the tag
Do this to your liking with the drop shadow of choice
I used the following from the bottom up with a drop shadow unless stated:

JJS_41 (no drop shadow)
JJS_63
JJS_48
JJS_48
JJS_17
JJS_78
JJS_10
JJS_23
JJS_27
JJS_37 (no drop shadow)
JJS_27
JJS_28
JJS_8
JJS_8
JJS_20
JJS_76
JJS_20
JJS_18
JJS_18
JJS_11
JJS_12
JJS_31
JJS_25
JJS_19
JJS_25
JJS_74
JJS_68
JJS_37 (no drop shadow)
JJS_62
JJS_83
JJS_32
JJS_32
JJS_32
JJS_61
JJS_61

Add your name

Image → Trim
Top left pixel color all boxes checked

Resize if you'd like to

****Most Important****
Add your copy right information

If you're happy with your result save to your liking and you're done!

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Hey everyone!! Thanks for stopping by! My name is Ashly and I'm a 27 y/o SAHM to 1 little girl. I love designing in my free time as a way to destress a bit and have been making tags and siggies for about 6 years now but, am still continually learning. You can email me at: garyswifey06@gmail.com

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