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.

Wednesday, January 1, 2014

Bright and Cheerful Day

 Supplies Used 

Bumblebee by Anna Liwanag (HERE)
“Xiomara” by Lauren Thompson (here)
“Bright & Cheery” by Yvette (Here)
Branch Element by P&D Designs (HERE)
Mask 86 by Aqua (HERE)

 Lets' Begin! 

Open paper 17, apply your mask, duplicate to merge and then resize to 575 width. Add a new layer above your mask layer, flood-fill white and send to the bottom. Name and save as a *psd.

(If your mask is 800x800, upsize your paper then apply mask and resize.)

Open the frame of your choice and add above your mask layer. Center Align.

Open paper 13 and apply under your frame.  Erase the excess.

Open your tube and resize by 75%. Center above your frame.

Open your follower of choice and resize by 75%. Add this to any lower corner of your frame.

Undo resize and do it again by 55% and then again by 25%. Add each of these on a separate layer.

Position your flower layers in any way that feels comfortable. I simply grabbed my nubs and slightly turned each one in an opposite way.

Duplicate your medium (55%) flower and add to the other side of the large (75%) flower. Merge these two medium flower layers together.

Duplicate your small (25%) flower several times and tuck them around the medium and large flowers. Merge the small flower layers together.

Open P&D Designs’ branch and rotate clockwise. Then, resize by 55% and add above your frame layer. Use the rotation below to center it then erase the left lower side and bottom.

Resize the branch again by 35% , mirror then add above your frame at the bottom. To rotate, just use your nubs.

Open butterfly 1 & 3. Resize one by 65% and one by 55%. Add the larger one above your frame, upper right hand corner. Add the smaller above all layers and position in the flowers.

Drop Shadow layers, crop or resize to your liking then add your name with copyright. Upload to a photo sharing site to enjoy.

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