I am using the beautiful Artwork of Dave Nestler
You require a license to use this artist. Now selling at CDO
Font: Cooper black
PTU Scrapkit Cherry Pie by Hungry Hill
(long since removed)
(long since removed)
with the understanding that you have a working knowledge of this program.
(I used PhotoX2 but you should have no trouble recreating it with earlier versions of PSP)
**Program Tip: If you highlight your text and highlight the font name then you can scroll up and down though your fonts to choose your favorites**
Open a new image 600 X 500 transparent 72dpi
open tag from the element folder resize by 80% do this twice paste as a new layer.
open layered frame resize by 80% do this twice paste as a new layer.
using your magic wand tool click inside the middle of the layered frame
make a new raster layer drag beneath the frame
now open and copy paper 9 paste into selection.
open spring tie and resize by 50% place on the top of your layered frame.
duplicate the string layer and resize it by 50%,
just leave it for a minute go back down to your tag layer and duplicate it
bring it to the top layer and using your pick tool resize and reshape into a small nametag
place your spring tie at the top
open woven pastry pie resize by 50% do this twice
open liquer bottle resize by 50% then again by 80%
open both word art sweet and cherry pie resize both by 50% do this twice
place them together and merge down now add a gradient glow..
Now paste your tube and your water mark. Using your text tool set as vector add your name ..
now right click on your font convert text to curve as character shape
now go to each letter and rotate them left n right to your liking.
merge all flatten.
GREAT JOB! THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR TRYING MY TUT!
This tutorial was created August 1st 2011.
Any similarity to any other tut is coincidental and completely unintentional.
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