This tutorial was written on May 12,2014.
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'm using the awesome work of Jennifer Janesko.
Please do not use unless you have a license to do so.
You can get her tubes HERE
Scrapkit of Choice: I am using PTU Hungry Hills Scraps - Daisy Chain
You can purchase it HERE ...Thank you Alison
Mask of Choice: I am using Whipp's Mask 22041...this mask can not not be shared
please use another...thank you Whippy
Filters used:Eye Candy 4000 gradient glow - HERE
Font for Name is Marketing Script
Copy write is always done in Pixelette HERE
Drop shadow use through out H-3/V-3/O-60/B-8.76
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.
Open up new raster layer 800x 800/copy/paste paper of choice
resize to fit canvas/layers/load/save mask/find your mask
and set with these setting/click ok/merge group
copy/paste ribbon-circle/resize if needed/click inside center
selection/modify/expand by 20/copy/paste paper of choice/resize
selection/invert on ribbon circle/delete on paper/place under
neath ribbon circle/keep activate/copy/paste tube of choice
resize if needed/delete on tube/add drop shadow to tube and
now comes the time when you can let your creativity flow/add any
other elements you wish to use/resize if needed/add drop shaow
to each element
I used the following elements:
cluster shadow #2
copy/paste word art of choice/resize if needed/place where it
will look best/add drop shadow
add your watermark and copyright credits/give it a fat gradient
glow ...now give your tag to a friend.
You're done...thank you for trying my tutorial
please send me a copy so that I can show case it on my blog
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