0 Elegant Kidd

>> Saturday, September 22, 2012



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This tutorial was written by me on 22 September 2012. Any similarity to other tutorials is not intentional.


Supplies:


Tube of choice. I am using a gorgeous Jamie Kidd tube. I purchased this tube when Jamie was licensed with CILM but you can now purchase this tube and a license to use it at CDO

Scrapkit - I used the stunning kit called Elegant Beauty by Rissa's Designs, thanks Rissa! You can purchase the kit via her blog HERE


Filters - Xero Radiance and Porcelain, Eye Candy 4000 gradient glow

Mask - I used Gemsmask 2, you can download it HERE


Font of choice, I used Aurora Script.


Don't forget to leave some love when you download!



Let's start!

Open a new canvas 700 x 700, floodfill white. Copy and paste Frame 2. Click inside with your magic wand, selections, modify, expand by 5. Copy and paste paper 4 as a new layer under the frame. Re-size 75%, selections, invert, delete, select none. Drop shadow the frame layer.

Create a new raster layer above your background layer. Selections, select all. Copy and paste paper 1 into selection, select none. Load your mask, merge group.

Copy and paste box of pearls, re-size 50% and place on the bottom left side of the frame, drop shadow.

Add drop shadows to all elements as you go.


Copy and paste the Martini above the frame layer, re-size 70%.

Copy and paste your tube, effects xero radiance, just hit random until you see an effect you like. Duplicate the tube, and on the copy, adjust blur, gaussian blur 4. Change the blend mode to soft light. Drop shadow the original layer.


Copy and paste Heart Flower and place on the right side of the tag.

Copy and paste the lock and re-size 60%. Place on the left side of the tag.

Copy and paste pearl shoe, image mirror, re-size 50%.

Copy and paste butterfly 4, image mirrow and re-size 35%.


Add some sparkles!!

Add your name, re-size your tag, and add your artist's copyright & you're finished!


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