Thursday, February 21, 2013

2nd PTU Tutorial - Glitter!

Tutorial using Scrappin Krazy Designs Kit Glitter! Glitter is a gorgeous kit and I had fun with it :)

You can find it here:

Tutorial using Scrappin Krazy Designs PTU Kit Glitter!


Template used:

I used template #141 from Millie’s PSP Madness.

You can download here:

Tube used:

I used one of my favorite tubes from Keith Garvey.

*You must purchase the tube to obtain a license number*

You can find her here:

(I just noticed I used both Christmas template & tube, lol!)

Mask used:
WSL_Mask84 from Weescotslass Creations

You can download here:

Elements used:

Papers used:

Filters used:
Xero: Porcelain
Xero: Soft Vignette
Penta: Jeans
Penta: Color Dot

Now that we are all set up, let’s get started!

Open a new canvas. I used 650x650.

Open up the template and delete the layers you do not want. (I removed 6, 15, 16, 17, and Raster)

Link together the layers you kept and move them to the new canvas.

Open up papers 04 and 05.

Move paper04 to layers 2 and 3, the black circles.

I added glitter borders to both black circles.

Select layer 1, the green rectangle.

Move paper05 and resize to fit. I shrunk the paper down to get more of the pattern so duplicate the paper after you get it the size you want.

Again, I added a glitter border to this layer.

For layer 7 you can select pixels and fill with white.

Next, we move to the two vertical boxes, they are layer 4 and 5.

Select the pixels of layer 4 and fill with color. 

I used color #d18b97. Repeat this step for layer 5.

I used filter Penta: Jeans on layers 4 and 5.

Amount – 17
Border Width – 4

Add the diamonds element and put it in both layers 4 and 5. Size the diamonds as you wish and then create clipping mask for both boxes.

I added a light glow to the diamonds. Just change the glow to white and change the spread to zero and size to 3.

Now we will work with layers 8 – 15. The even numbers are the box and the odd numbers are the borders. We will only work with the even numbers.

Select each box on layers 8, 10, 12, and 14 and fill in with #f9dadf.

Now add the close up of the tube and move it into the box. With the tube layer selected on boxes 8 and 10 make it Screen. Boxes 12 and 14 will be Overlay.

I used Penta: Color Dot in white and Xero: Soft Vignette.

Follow this for Soft Vignette in boxes 8 and 10:

Gradient Shape: Vertical

Effect type: Background Colour

Pattern type: Vertical Lines

Repeats: 10

Width: 0

Height: 0

Strength: 255

Open the tiara element and resize it smaller and put it over the top of the box on layer 12.

Add a drop shadow.

Open the blingstrail element resize it to make a box around layer 1. 

Add a drop shadow.

Open the mask, WSL_Mask84.

Open P15 and resize to 600x600

Open a new canvas size 600x600

Move the paper onto the canvas and then move the mask on top of the paper.

Remove the background of the mask.

Move the mask behind the template and resize to fit.

Add noise to the mask. I used 8.

Make sure that the edges are not cut off.

Now take the diamonds element and put it above the mask layer.

Move and resize so that you can see the diamonds behind the template.

I moved the diamonds around and then duplicated it and flipped it for the opposite size.

Open your tube of choice.

Move it on top of the template and all elements.

Resize to fit and add a drop shadow.

Now we add the filter, Xero: Porcelain. This can go for all the tube layers.

Softness: 50

Strength: 128

Brightness: 128

Red Channel: 0

Green Channel: 0

Blue Channel: 255
For the name, I used Lobster Two font.

Make the name a light pink color and add noise.

Add a white stroke, size 2.

Select the pixels of the name and expand by 3 or 4, whichever you like better.

Add a darker pink color and add noise again.

Add a white stroke, size 2 and add a drop shadow to the darker pink layer.

Add copyright information and tagger mark.

We’re done! Now you can unclick the white background and save as a .psd and .png.

Thanks for taking a look; I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did!

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