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9.13.2011

Simply Broken



This tutorial is for those that have a working knowledge of PSP. This tutorial was written by me on Sept 13, 2011 and any resemblance is purely coincidental. I use PSP 9, but any version should work. I do not allow my tutorials to be translated and please do not claim them as your own. If you would like to share the tutorial please send a link to my blog. Thank you!

Things Needed:
Tube/Image of choice: I am using a tube called Gone with the Wind from the very talented Zindy Nielsen which you must have a license to use and can purchase from her store here

Kit of choice: I am using a PTU Kit from Schnegge called My Broken Heart which you can purchase here

Let’s Begin:
1) Open a new transparent image 700 x 600 (we can resize later if need be)
2) Open frame10_mbh_Schnegge.png and paste as a new layer on our working image
3) Using your magic wand click inside our frame
4) Selections- Modify- Expand by 8
5) Open paper03_mbh_Schnegge.png (or paper of choice) and resize by 70%
6) Paste as a new layer on our working image
7) Move this layer BELOW our frame layer
8) Once satisfied with placement go to Selections- Invert
9) Now hit delete on your keyboard and select none
10) Open your tube at this time and paste as a new layer
11) Place to your liking and crop in places necessary
12) Add a nice drop shadow to your tube layer at this time
13) I used 0,0,100,5 black with Shadow on New layer UNCHECKED
14) Open doodle02_mbh_Schnegge.png and resize by 70%
15) Paste as a new layer on our working image
16) Place to your liking along the bottom of our frame
17) Duplicate this layer
18) Image- Flip
19) Now you will have to move up just a tad
20) Once happy add our drop shadow to both doodle layers
21) Open heart10_mbh_Schnegge.png and resize by 50%
22) Paste as a new layer and place to your liking
23) Add our drop shadow again
24) Open tag01_mbh_Schnegge.png and resize by 50%
25) Image mirror
26) Place to your liking or look at my tag for reference
27) Open leave05_mbh_Schnegge.png and resize by 30%
28) Now we want to paste as a new layer and move over to our bow
29) Place to your liking duplicating and placing where needed
30) Open flower05_mbh_Schnegge.png and resize by 60%
31) Paste as a new layer and place over our leaves and ribbon (look at my tag for reference)
32) Add any additional elements that you want at this time
33) Merge visible at this time
34) Add the glitter01_mbh_Schnegge.png as a new layer and move it beneath your tag
35) Once happy merge visible again
36) Resize at this time if you choose to do so
37) Add your copyrights and text and you are done!!!

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My tutorials are just that- Mine.In other words I really don't want them on other sites or translated. If you would like to share my tutorial then please do just that by sharing the link to my blog or a link straight to the tutorial. At the time I write the tutorial I use the artists website at the time as well as the kit designers link at the time and it would take quite some time to go back and edit all of my tutorials and posts to reflect all changes that happen. So if by chance you cant find something or a link I provided has gone bad please contact me and I will do my best to help! I write tutorials in hopes that others will use them as a guide and send me their results so I can also post others results to show people other samples other than my own. All tutorials are written by me and any resemblance is purely coincidental. I write my tutorials in PSP 9 but they should work with other versions as well. Not all tutorials are for beginners but all levels of creators are encouraged to try working on the following tutorials!!! Have fun... and be copyright safe!!!!

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