Wee Irish Lass


I am using the cute and sassy artwork of PinUpToons. In order to use this art you must purchase a license from CILM HERE. The scrap kit I am using is by Sabre and is available for free at Quill and Parchment HERE. The mask I used is also available at Quill and Parchment. The lace doilie can be downloaded from dozi's scraps HERE under the lace category along with the alpha I used if desired. My supplies HERE.

Let's get started!

Open a new image 600X600 and floodfill with white. Add a new raster layer and floodfill with a green color from the kit or your tube. Apply SLcloversdaydream mask. Layers-load/save mask-load mask from disc. Merge group.

Resize the lace doilie 55% and copy and paste as a new layer. Resize the clover wreath frame 80% and copy and paste as a new layer. Click inside the frame with the magic wand tool. Selections-modify-expand by 6. Copy and paste the paper in the kit over the selection. Selections-invert-hit delete on your keyboard. Bring the paper under the frame.

Drop shadow the doilie and the frame.

Resize the banner ribbon 70 percent and copy and paste as a new layer. Place it across the middle of the frame. Resize the bow 60% and copy and paste as a new layer. Place in the middle of the banner ribbon. Add your tube. Copy and paste the clover flower as a new layer. Place on the lower left of the frame. Duplicate it and mirror. Add a few clovers along the bottom of the tag. Resize the clover dangle 70% and place at the top of the frame. Drop shadow all pieces.

Crop and resize your tag. Add your copyright info, watermark and name.

Animation: (optional)

Copy your tag merged into animation shop.

Open the patcat animation I have in the supplies. Duplicate the tag so it has 15 frames. Activate the patcat animation. Edit-select all-Edit-Copy. Activate your tag. Edit-select all-Edit-paste into selected frame. I place it on top of my name. Change the frame properties to desired speeds.

Run your animation and save as a gif! Now wasn't that easy? lol

I hope you enjoyed this tut!