Sweet Licks



SWEET LICKS


Supplies Needed:

PTU Scrap Kit called Sweet Treats of Life made my Kaci.

You may purchase it at Twilight Scraps as a collaboration pack.

Close up tube of choice. I'm using artwork of Elias Chatzoudis.

You may purchase his art and license from PTE.

Mask of choice. I'm using SKDS-mask01 from Scrappin Krazy Designs.

Font of choice. I'm using Pussycat

Plug Ins Needed:

Xero Radiance

Eye Candy 4000 Gradient Glow

I'll be using the following drop shadow throughout this tutorial

2-2-65-5-Black

Let's begin and remember to save often.

Open new image, 650x650

Open your mask and minimize.

Copy paste paper18. Apply mask. Layers-new mask layer-from image. Merge group.

Copy paste frame2. Resize 125%, all layers unchecked. Add drop shadow.

Copy paste flower1. Place on left side of mask. Add drop shadow.

Copy paste bow2. Resize 85%, all layers unchecked. Image-free rotate-left35-OK.

Place bow top left side of frame. Add drop shadow.

Copy paste heartstring. Place over bow. Add drop shadow.

Add your tube. Resize if needed. Place below frame layer.

Magic wand inside frame, selections-modify-expand-15-selections-invert.

Delete any part sticking out of bottom of frame. Select none.

Tube layer active. Selections-select all-float-defloat-modify-invert-1-OK.

Frame layer active. Erase top part of frame that covers tube.

Repeat with bow layer. Select none.

Tube layer active. Effects-plugins-xero-radiance-128-50-128-255-OK.

Add drop shadow to your tube.

Copy paste butterfly2. Place on flower above bow layer. Add drop shadow.

Copy paste martini1. Resize 80% all layers unchecked. Add drop shadow.

Place to the left of your frame.

Copy paste lips2. Resize 70% all layers unchecked. Image-mirror. Add drop shadow.

Place over martini stem.

Resize tag to 600x600 all layers are checked.

Add copyright info, license # and name. Save as PNG.

We are done.

Hope you enjoyed this tutorial.

Would love to hear your feedback, so please leave a comment.

Would also love it if you can share with me your end result.

You may email me HERE.

Thank you for doing this tutorial.

This tutorial was written by K'Lani on March 20, 2011




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