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, May 20, 2015

Celebrate & Eat Cake

 Supplies Used 
“Anastasia” by Jose Cano (HERE)
“Birthday Blog Freebie” by Simple Girl Scraps
Austie Bost Dreamboat font (HERE)
Mathilde Font (HERE)
PDN Drop Shadow
 Let's Begin! 

Create a canvas 1000x1000. Name and save as a *psd.

Open the frame, rotate to horizontal, resize by 35% and add to canvas; remove addition frame and object align, center.

Open paper 1, resize by 25% and add below the frame layer; erase excess.

Duplicate the frame layer, add a wide, light DS for the inside of the opening then erase excess; Do not merge!

I used a tube that is smaller than my design, so I upsized it by 145% and then sharpened it by 4. Add below all frame layers, DS and then rid yourself of the excess, both inside the second frame opening and out.

Open the ribbon, resize by 30% and add above all frame layers; flip to add a wide, light DS.

Open the present, resize by 20% and add above ribbon layer; flip to add a wide, light DS.

Open the flower, resize by 25%, then add below the present layer; flip/mirror to DS then return to normal position.

Open the candle, resize by 30% and add below the flower layer; use rotation below then DS.
Duplicate the candle, mirror and then move into a slightly lower position near the opposite candle and merge layers.

I reopened both flower and present and resized them both by 15%. The present I flipped before adding.

Crop the design but leave room at the top, bottom and sides; think square like.

On the full frame (the one you did NOT erase or DS) add a tight, dark DS. I used 0-0-0-3-120. Erase the inside of the frame openings. Merge the two layers now.

I used Austie Boast Dreamboat font to create a WA; use your own imagination for a saying in your choice of colour.

Tweak now to your liking.

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

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