Saturday, September 25, 2010

Fall Festival ♥

Supplies Needed
Tube I am using is the fantastc artwork of Elias Chatzoudis
 you can find the artwork at MPT.
Scrap kit  I am using is Fall Festival by D'Ambrosio Arts ,
you can find it at Sunflower scraps Boutqiue.
Template t2 by Dawn of Lollipops Candyland
Font: English
Drop Shadow of choice.
Mask_83 by Weescotslass
Remember to Save Often!!!

Let's begin

Open your template Shift+D close original. Delete the top layer.

Click on Horizontal Frame back layer-Selections-Float-Defloat-then copy paste
DAA_FallFestivalpaper11 as a New Layer- Selection-Invert- hit Delete,
then delete original layer.
Repeat above for other layers in  black color.I used these papers for each layer:
Vertical layer - DAA_FallFestival paper 6 resize 70 percent to give better effect.
Main Frame back - DDA_FallFestival paper 5.
Right Bottom D frame back - DDA_FallFestival paper 15, resize paper 50 percent.
Left Top D frame back - DDA_FallFestival paper 12 again resize paper 50 percent.

Now you have you completed this we will add some elements.
Select DDA_FallFestival_cart copy paste above Main frame layer
 resize by 65 percent.
Select DDA_FallFestival wheat flair and indian corn elements
resize to fit Top and Bottom D frames.
Select DDA_FallFestival wooden sign copy paste resize by 40 percent
place on left side layer.
Select DDA_FallFestival turkey copy paste resize by 50 percent
 place on top of sign.
Select DDS_FallFestival pumkins 2 and 3 copy paste resize
place at bottom of sign.
Add your tube and place on right side of layer.
Give all a Drop Shadow.
New layer, Selections -select all then copy paste DDA_FallFestival paper 15
 into Selection-deselect
.Apply mask then Merge Group.
Adjust-Blur-Guassian Blur - Radius 30.
Effects -Textured Effects-Polished Stone with these settings.

Add your Artist © and your name then crop and save.
This is only a guide and feel free to use any other element you wish.
Most of all have fun creating.

This tutorial was written by Maree (aka Falcon) on 25 September 2010
Any similarities to this tutorial are purely coincidental
© Maree

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