Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Easter Melody ♥

Supplies Needed

I'm using the artwork of © Myka Jelina, you find it Here
Scrap kit by Wacky Winnie Designz called Easter Melody Here sunflowers
Font: MAWNS Handwriting
Drop Shadow of choice.
HorsePlay's Pasture mask_15 Here

Remember to Save Often!!!
Let's create

Open new image 700 x 700 floodfill with #ffffff.
New layer Foreground #FFFFFF and any color for Background.
using your Preset shape tool select Rectangle shape Use these settings:

then draw out long oblong shape.Duplicate this twice.
Move them so they are sitting like mine.

Click on bottom shape layer, switch the arrow on color palette now Bl ack is FG.
Using these settings to draw out doted line around your rectangle.
Or choose another pattern you like.
Duplicae twice move to surround the other shapes.Change your FG:white & BG:black.

Change you Shape to Elllispe and draw out a Medium size circle
Objects/Align/Align center.
Now using your Magic Wand click inside the white border.
Adjust/AddNoise with these settings:

Click inside your oblong shape with Magic Wand/hit Delete then select a
paper/Selections/Invert/hit Delete, move below frame, Repeat this for other shapes.

I used WWDEMPapers 7/15/39 in oblong shapes and paper26 in circle shape.

Open WWDBinderClip 2 resize 45% move to top of circle.
Add your tube resized if needed.
Open WWDFlower2 resize 35% move to top left of layer.
Open WWDFlower1 reisze 37% move to right of layer.
Open WWDButterfly1 resize 32%/duplicate move them above flowers.
Open WWDString1 resize 75% move to left of layer,
Open WWDEggs1,2,3,4,5,6 resize and place to your liking.
Open WWdMommaBear2 resize65% move in front of eggs.

New layer select all open WWDPaper 19 paste into selection. Apply mask/merge group/Duplicate.
On original layer Adjust/Blur/Guassian Blur/Radius 20.

Add your Artist © and your name then resize 80% and save.
This is only a guide and feel free to use any other element you wish.
Most of all have fun creating.

Email me your creation, so I can display your creations on my blog.
Thank you for using my tutorial.

Written by © Maree (aka Falcon) on 8th March 2011
Any similarities to this tutorial are purely coincidental

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