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How To Add PDN Layers HERE. I do it the first way every time. PDN/PSP Plugins that I use a lot are located HERE.

Monday, December 9, 2013

Favourite Things

Supplies Used

“She Knows” by Irene Shpak (no longer available)
Things We Said by Imaginex, here
"My Favourite Things" by Maelia Designs, here
Mask 0440 by Narah,  here
Eye Candy 4000 Gradient Glow
Lokas 3D Shadow

Let's Begin!

Open a new canvas of 800x800, open element 24, re-size by 25% and add to your canvas.

Open paper 8 and re-size by 15%. Grab your magic wand and click inside of your frame. Selections > Modify by 6 > Insert paper > invert > hit delete. Move below your frame.

Undo re-size on your original and re-size again by 17%. Apply your mask and add below your frame paper layer.

Open your tube of choice and re-size if needed. If you are using the same image, mirror, re-size by 80%, grab your magic wand and click inside of your frame. Selections > Modify by 6 > Insert tube > invert > hit delete. Move below your frame.

Open element 5, re-size by 30%, mirror, add behind your frame layer and move to the right. Duplicate and move to the top. Add a tight, medium drop shadow and use your eraser tool to trim your grass!

Open element 26, re-size by 15%, add below your tube layer and move to the upper right hand side of the canvas. Duplicate, move to below the grass layer and then drop shadow. Erase the part of the cloud that covers the tube’s head.

Open element 1 and re-size by 10%. Grab your magic wand and click inside of your frame. Selections > Modify by 10 > Insert element > invert > hit delete. Move below your frame and position to your liking.

I opened element 13, cropped a few butterflies out of it and added them to my canvas. I re-size by 55%, and add a wide, light drop shadow. I mirrored my blue butterfly and then free rotated it by 30 degrees to the right and moved it into the lower left hand side of the frame. The other I left alone.

Open the bird, mirror, re-size by 15%, and add above all your layers.

Add your name and copyright information.

Crop and re-size to your liking then upload to a photo sharing site to enjoy!

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