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Monday, June 11, 2012
Here is a Cluster Frame I made using the Country Girl kit by Scrappin Krazy Designs. You can get the kit HERE


You can get the cluster frame HERE


Here is the tag I made using the cluster frame

Sunday, June 10, 2012
This tutorial was written for those that have a working knowledge of PSP

Supplies needed:

I used Country Girl by Scrappin Krazy Designs which you can get ~>http://scrappinkrazydesigns.blogspot.com/?zx=a3351d7230d0c2ac

Tube of Choice
I am using the artwork of Keith Garvey. You must purchase a license to use this art. You may do so at PTE ~>http://www.psptubesemporium.com/

Mask of Choice
I used AR315_Masks_050 by Aqua. You can find it on her blog here ~>http://aquarebel315.blogspot.com/?zx=e8709b850986ff02
Filters I used

Dropshadow included with program (settings 1,1,50,5 black)


- Lets get started -

Open a new document sized 700x700. You can crop and resize finished tag to your liking.

Add ele50 as a new layer and make sure it is centered

Add a close up of your tube to the center of your frame. If larger than the frame than erase excess tube that
shows at the bottom of the frame. See my tag for placement reference

Add p13 behind your frame layer. Using your magic wand select inside your frame and then expand by 5, invert
and delete the excess paper.

Add ele38 behind your frame in the upper left corner.

Add ele18, resized by 60%, on top of your tube on the lower right corner at a slight angle. See my tag for
placement reference

Add ele13 to the top of your frame so that it is covering the bottom portion of your frame as in my tag.
I erased a small bit of excess that was hanging over the frame.

Add ele27, resized by 80% and mirrored, behind your washboard element so that it covers the side of the
frame.

Add ele89 behind your tube layer on the upper left corner of your frame

Add p11 as your bottom layer and apply your mask to this layer and merge group

Add your dropshadow of choice or the one I have listed to your elements

Resize or crop to your liking

Add the correct copyright for the artist you used

Add your name in the font of your choice.

Save your tag!
Friday, June 8, 2012

This tutorial was written for those that have a working knowledge of PSP

Supplies needed:

I used Rockabilly Scrapkit by Scrappin Krazy Designs which you can get ~>Scrappin Krazy Designs

Tube of Choice
I am using the artwork of Arthur Crowe. You must purchase a license to use this art. You may do so at his store ~>Arthur Crowe's Factory

Filters I used

Dropshadow included with program (settings 1,1,50,5 black and -1,-1,50, 5 black)


- Lets get started -

Open a new document sized 700x700. You can crop and resize finished tag to your liking.

Add ele36 as a new layer and make sure it is centered

Add ele25 behind your frame layer making sure its centered. Dropshadow.

Add p06 behind your frame. Using your magic wand select the inside the frames, expand by 10
invert and then delete the excess paper.

Add your tube and center. I resized my tube by 80% due to the size of it.

Behind tube:

Add ele69, re-sized by 50%, to the bottom corner of your red frame and duplicate. Moved the duplicated
element under the frame. On the original I erased some of the of razor blade so the frame would appear
to be in the middle of it. Dropshadow the bottom element.

Add ele08, resized by 50%, where the 2 blue frames meet. Sharpen. Dropshadow.

Add ele14, resized by 20%, where the red and blue upper frames meet. Sharpen. Dropshadow.

Add ele44  inside the red frame behind your tube

Add ele13, resized by 60%, at the bottom corner of big blue frame. Dropshadow

Add ele38 behind the frame layer.

Resize or crop to your liking

Add the correct copyright for the artist you used

Add your name in the font of your choice.

Save your tag!

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