Saturday, April 5, 2014

Bunny Bonita

*Click tag to see  full size*

**This Tutorial was written By Me On April 5, 2014
*This tutorial is my creation only*
Any resemblance to other tutorials is not intended 
Use my tutorial as a guide to make your tag your own 

This Tutorial is intended for those that have a working knowledge of PSP

*Supplies Needed*
PSP ( I Use 3X but should work with other versions)
Font of choice : I am using Ability ~ HERE It is a PTU font but any Scripty font will work
Template # 26 by Millie ~ HERE
Mask #21 by Gem ~ HERE
Dropshadow of choice

*Plugins Used*
Eye Candy 4000 Gradient Glow For Name (Optional)

*Tube/s of Choice* 
I am using the Awesome art of Ninaste of Beehive Studios
This tube is Bonita and we will be working with the Teal & Purple Layers
And can be purchased  ~ HERE
This is a PTU tube and you must have a license to use.

*Scrapkit Of Choice* 
I am using the Beautiful PTU Scrapkit Bonita By Tiny Turtle Designs
And can be found  ~ HERE
Thank you Laura for making such amazing kits for us to create with.

Always remember to duplicate your tube and close original
C/P means copy and paste as a new layer Unless otherwise stated
D/s means Drop Shadow
Remember to sharpen after resizing
Resizing is always smartsize
Elements are added with a D/S unless otherwise stated 
And see my finished tag for placement

*Let's Get Started*
All Glitter Layers leave as is just sharpen and add d/s.
Open template duplicate and close original delete credits, Then image canvas size 650x6650 and floodfill the background layer with white.
Raster 1 : Select all/flaot/defloat add new layer open paper 17 c/p into selection deselect and delete template layer.
Raster 3 : Select all/float/deflaot add new layer open paper 32 c/p into selection deselect and delete template layer.
Raster 5 : Select all/float/defloat add new layer open paper 27 c/p into selection  add new layer  expand by 5 floodfill with white now contract by 3 tap the delete button deselect add noise Uniform/100/Monochrome Checked and sharpen twice, then add blinds to the purple layer 6,25,white,both boxes checked then delete template layer .
Raster 6 : Select all/flaot/defloat open paper 47 c/p resize by 75% invert/delete/invert again open tube c/p reszie by 75% twice arrange invert/delete/deselect now crop to remove the excess tube dupicate/mirror then merge down, now duplicate again guassian blur 3.00 and change the blend mode to screen , now on the original tube layers change the blend mode to Lumiance(L) and delete template layer.
Open main tube c/p resize by 50% arrange select the large circle layer select all/float/deflaot and invert and erase just the little bit of the bottem that shows deselect move back to the tube duplicate guassian blur 3.00 and change the blend mode to screen and add d/s to original tube layer.
Now back to the tube, duplicate Gussian Blur 3.00 and change the blend mode to soft light and add d/s to original tube layer.
*Now Time To Add The Elements*
Element 89 -  c/p reszie by 90% arrange behing main tube layers
Element 15 - c/p resize by 25% arrange duplicate/mirror
Element 117 - c/p resize by 35%
Element 19 - c/p resize by 35% tuck behind the purple flower duplicate/mirror
Element 65 - c/p resize by 20% arrange behind the teal flower duplicate/mirror
Element 138 - c/p resize by 35% and arrange behind the flowers
Element 93 - c/p resize by 65% and arrange over the pearls duplicate/mirror
Element 77 c/p resize by 30% and arrange behind the pale roses duplicate/mirror
Add anymore elements you wish and a dropshadow to each.
When your happy with your tag close off your white background layer and merge visable.
Select all Add new layer open paper 12 c/p into selection apply mask/merge group arrange to the left duplicate/mirror add noise Uniform/15/Monochrome checked.
Merge visable then resize as desired.
Add your copyright, I add mine after i have resized it it keeps it crisp and clear.
Add your name in font of choice.
Save as a PNG and Your Done!!

~Thank You for trying my tutorial, I hope you found it fun and easy to follow~

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