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Go ahead and dream




By © Purplechick Creations
Any resemblance to another tutorial is purely coincidental
and unintentional.
This tut uses PSPX2 but can be used with other versions.

Please do not share this or place on another website!

Supplies
* Scrapkit go ahead and dream, it's a free kit by Bel Vidotti and you can find it at her site here
I used the taggerskit!
* Graphic of your choice, I used a graphic and a tube from Jamie Kidd. If you want to use the bed tube you need a lying/sleeping tube. You can buy Jamie's work at CILM. Please don't use without a license!
* Font of choice
* Eyecandy4000/Gradient glow (optional)

Remember to save often :-)
Have fun!!

1 Open a new transparent image 800 by 800, I always use a large workspace, you can always crop or resize later, floodfill with white.
2 Open frame 6 from the kit in psp.
3 Edit/Copy, Edit/Paste as a new layer.
4 Click inside the frame with the magic wand with these settings:



mode, add shift, matchmode RGB value, tolerance 0, contiguous checked, feather 0, anti alias checked and outside.

5 Selections/Modify/Expand with 10 pixels.
6 Layers/New raster layer.
7 Edit/Copy the graphic of choice.
8 Edit/Paste into selection.
9 Selections/Select none
Note: my graphic was a square so it fits the frame very well, if it's a rectangle I would choose to paste it as a new layer and delete the parts you don't want. It's so ugly to have a distorted image ;-)
10 Layers/Merge/Merge down.
11 Give the frame a dropshadow of choice or use mine:



horizontal 2
vertical 2
opacity 55
blur 5
color black
shadow on new layer UNchecked.

12 Open dream glitter in psp.
13 Edit/Copy, Edit/Paste as a new layer.
14 Move this to the left side of the tag and move the layer on top of the white bottomlayer.
15 Layers/Duplicate.
16 Image/Mirror.
17 Layers/Merge/Merge down
18 Layers/Duplicate.
19 Image/Flip
20 Layers/Merge/Merge down.
21 Image/Resize with 90 %, all layers UNchecked.
22 Open sequins03 in psp.
23 Edit/Copy, Edit/Paste as a new layer.
24 Move this to the right bottom of the frame.
25 Layers/Duplicate
26 Image/Mirror
27 Move to the right top of the frame.
28 Make sure these layers are under the frame layer.
29 Open the bed in psp.
30 Edit/Copy, Edit/Paste as a new layer.
31 Image/Resize with 80%, all layers UNchecked.
32 Move this to the left side of the tag, see mine for reference.
33 Give dropshadow
34 Open your tube and place it into the bed.
35 Use your eraser tool to remove the parts you want "under the blanket".
36 Open bow 3 and bow 5 in psp.
37 Edit/Copy them both, Edit/Paste as a new layer.
38 Image/Resize bow 3 with 50%, all layers UNchecked and move on top of the bed.
39 Image/Resize bow 5 with 80%, all layers UNchecked.
40 Image/Mirror
41 Move to the right side of the frame, see mine for reference.
42 Give dropshadow of choice.
43 Open the branch from the kit.
44 Edit/Copy, Edit/Paste as a new layer.
45 Image/Mirror
46 Move this to the right side of the frame on the bottom.
47 Open the giraffe from the kit in psp.
48 Edit/Copy, Edit/Paste as a new layer.
49 Image/Resize with 50%, all layers UNchecked.
50 Move on top of the branch.
51 Open the owl from the kit in psp.
52 Edit/Copy, Edit/Paste as a new layer.
53 Image/Resize with 80%, all layers UNchecked.
54 Move on top of the frame, see mine for reference.
55 Open the sheep from the kit
56 Edit/Copy, Edit/Paste as a new layer.
57 Image/Resize with 35%, all layers UNchecked.
58 Image/Mirror
59 Move to the left side of the tag, see mine for reference.
60 Give everything a dropshadow of choice.
61 Take your texttool and a fancy font and write your name. I used a dark color for my name.
62 Move to the bottom of the tag
63 Layers/Convert to a raster layer.
64 Give it a dropshadow or go to Effects/ Plugins/Eyecandy 4000/Gradient glow, with the glow widht to 5 and the color set to a middle color of the tag.
65 Image/Resize with 75%, all layers CHECKED or to your liking.
66 Add your watermark and proper credits if necessary.
67 File/Export as a jpeg :-)

That's it!!!
I hope you had fun making this tag
huggers Paola

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