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Tuesday, March 6, 2012

The Clover Fairy

Clover Fairy

Scrap kit of choice - I am using my own "The Clover Fairy" available from all my stores listed on my blog
Tube of choice - I am using the FTU artwork of Candra
Fonts of choice - I am using LD Clover and Portfolio
Mask of Choice - I am using WSL_Mask327
Xero Porcelain
Xero Radiance
Alien Skin Eye Candy Impact Gradient Glow

Open a blank transparent canvas
900 x 400

Paste DBS_Frame03 as new layer
Resize by 50%
Leave in centre

Paste DBS_Frame04 as new layer
Resize by 50%
Position to the left of the middle frame
Layers / Arrange / Move Down

Duplicate layer
Then Image / Mirror
Layers / Arrange / Move Up

You should now have something like this:

Activate bottom layer
Paste a Paper of your choice as a new layer

With your Selection Tool set to Rectangle
Draw out a rectangle in the frames

Now Paste your tube of choice in various positions in the three frames to your liking

Merge tube layers into one

Effects / Plugins / Xero / Porcelain
Default Settings

Duplicate layer
Effects / Plugins / Xero / Radiance
Default Settings
Lower opacity to around 40

Image / Canvas Resize
950 x 500
Top - 50
Bottom - 50
Left - 0
Right - 50

Activate top layer

Paste DBS_PotOGold as new layer
Resize by 50%
Position to the right

Paste DBS_GlitterClover as new layer
Resize by 30%
Position in upper left or to your liking

Paste DBS_Clover02 as new layer
Resize by 10%
Position to your liking
Duplicate, Mirror and Flip to your liking

Paste DBS_Horseshoe as new layer
Resize and position to your liking

Activate bottom layer
Paste a paper of choice as new layer
Resize by 120%

Load a Mask of your choice
I am using WSL_Mask327
Layers / Merge / Merge Group
Lower opacity to around 35

Resize tag to around 600 pixels

Select a font and colour of your choice
Type out any text and your name
Apply a small Gradient Glow in white and a drop shadow

Add your credits and you're done!

Thanks for trying my tutorial!

© Tutorial written by Stina on 6th March 2012

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