Monday, April 16, 2012

Porcelain In Lavendar

Porcelain In Lavender

This tutorial was written
by Sarah Fiack on
April 16, 2012
Any resemblance to another
tutorial is purely coincidental.
For this tutorial, I’m using a
tube by Mitzi Sato-Wiuff.
You can purchase this tube at

Tube of Choice
Scrap of choice
I am using one called
Softly softly lavender
by designs by sarah.
You can purchase the scrap

EyeCandy 4000 Gradient Glow
Xero Porcelain

Open a 600x250 new image.
Open up your tube & scrap supplies.

Now select your new image with
your magic wand.
Paste a paper of choice as a new layer.
Selections invert & press delete.

Paste a lace element as new layer
on top of the paper layer.
Press delete.

Paste your tube onto the image.
Position on a side of the tag
as wanted.
Also press delete.
Now select none.

Add a drop shadow to the tube.
2,2,50,5 Black

Open a flower element.
Resize 50% twice or as needed.
Paste 5 times along the side of the tube.
Merge the flowers together & move this
layer under the tube.
You want the flowers partly visible appearing
to be behind the tube.

Now open a photograph frame element.
Resize 70%
Paste on the tag above the lace layer.
Now for this next part, it might help to hide
the tube & flower layers.

Select your magic wand.
While holding the shift button down,
click inside the different photgraph frames.
Selections modify & expand by 2.
Paste your image as a new layer.
Selections invert & press delete.
Select none.

Move the image layer under the frame layer.
Add the earlier drop shadow to the frame layer.
Open a bird element.
Resize 25%
Paste as wanted on the frame.

Add a new raster layer to
the top of the layer palette on your tag.
Fill with a color of choice.
Select with your magic wand.
Selections modify contract by 5.

Adjust add noise 25 Uniform
Add a gradient glow to the border.
EyeCandy 4000 Gradient Glow
Setting Fat Glow width 3.00
Also add the earlier drop shadow.
Now merge layers visible.

Apply plugin Xero Porcelian
to the tag.
Default settings.

Add artist copyright info & name.
Save as png.
Thanks for trying my tutorial.

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