PTU Hungry Hills and Zindy Nielsen


This tutorial was written on July 18th 2011.
Any similarities to another tutorial is purely coincidental.
All my tutorial are register with My Free Copyright.
Please do not claim as your own.
This tutorial writer assumes you have a working knowledge of using
Paint Shop Pro.
This tutorial was done in Paint Shop Pro9,but can be adapted to use in other
Paint Shop Pro versions.


Tube of Choice: I am using the awesome artwork of Zindy Nielsen..
You can purchase her tubes HERE...Please do not use without a license to do so

Scrapkit of Choice: I am using a PTU Fallen scrapkit from Sarah Hungry Hills
You can purchase it HERE or HERE....Thank you Sarah

Mask of choice: I'm using Christmas mask2 from Sabre. You can get it from
Creative Misfits Blog HERE..thanks Sabre

Font for name is TK Doodle and copy write is always done in Pixelette ...
Get them HERE

Drop shadow use throughout H-2/V-2/O-50/B-5.00
Please leave a thank you when you downloading for supplies.

my tag is just a guide...please use your imagination and make the tag your own
you do not have to use any of the supplies I used...This is a simple one using
a cluster frame.


open up cluster frame. go to image and resize cavas with following setting below

we will resize later...this is just to give you more room to work.

add raster layer/close off frame layer/copy/paster paper of choice/go to layers
load/save mask/load mask from disk and choose mask with these setting

go to layer/merge group

with magic wand click on the inside of the frame/selections/modify/expand by 10
open and paste paper of choice/go to frame layer/selections/invert
now go to paper layer and delete/move paper layer underneath frame layer

open up your tube of choice and copy/paste on top of frame/resize if needed
now place between frame and paper layer.add any elements you wish to use.
add drop shadow to each element/Once you're finish decorating your tag
use your crop tool to crop your tag.

Add your watermark and copyright and give your tag to a friend.
thank you for trying my tutorial..please send me a copy of what you did
so I can showcase it...riggsbee53@gmail.com

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