Author: Precious Beauties
• 2:52 PM
Supplies Needed:
Tubes of chioce, you will need a close up and a smaller one, I am using Rac Ismael. you can find his AWESOME work here
Tag template DBA Template 165 by Ali
Scrap kit Grungy Princess by Scraps Dimensions
Penta.com - color dots
Mask of choice

Open template 165 and resize all layers by 80 percent. Then resize canvas by 700 x 700, we can crop later this will give us some working room. Delete the copyright layer, then select the bottom layer (Raster 1) and flood fill with white, this is now out background layer.

Select the large red circle, go to Selections - Select All - Float - Defloat

Open a paper of choice or use SD GP Paper 4 as I did, paste as a new layer above the red circle. Go to Selections - Invert and hit delete on your key board.

Delete the red circle template layer.

Select the light grey rectangle, go to Selections - Select All - Float - Defloat

Open a paper of choice or use SD GP Paper 6 as I did, paste as a new layer above the grey rectangle. Go to Selections - Invert and hit delete on your key board.

Delete the light grey rectangle template layer.

Open your small tube and paste as a new layer, position so that its on top of the rectangle you just done.

Select the pink rectangle we just made, go to Selections - Select All - Float - Defloat

Click on your tube then go to Selections - Invert, hit delete on your key board.

Drop the opacity for the tube down to 81, and apply Luminance (legacy). I also applied Penta.com - color dots on default. This is optional.

Apply a drop shadow to the tube, rectangle and circle.

Select the black square, go to Selections - Select All - Float - Defloat

Open a paper of choice or use SD GP Paper 3 as I did, paste as a new layer above the black square. Go to Selections - Invert and hit delete on your key board.

Delete the black square template layer.

Copy and paste the close up as a new layer. Position to your liking on top of the black square. Erase anything that sticks out the bottom. Apply a drop shadow to the tube and black square.

Select the the circles, go to Selections - Select All - Float - Defloat

Open a paper of choice or use SD GP Paper 9  as I did, paste as a new layer above the circles layer. Go to Selections - Invert and hit delete on your key board.

Delete the circles template layer.

Delete the dark grey rectangle layer (this is behind the large black square).

Open SD WA, resize by 50 percent then again by 80. Paste as a new layer at the bottom of the tag. See my tag for reference. Apply a drop shadow.

Open SD GP Pendant, resize by 30, paste as a new layer and position on the left side of the black rectangle. Apply a drop shadow. Duplicate and move to the bottom of the rectangle.

Open SD GP Pin 1, resize by 30 percent then again by 50. Paste as a new layer and move to the middle circle. Erase a small part of the pin to make it look "pinned" into the circle. Apply a drop shadow.

Open SD GP Flower 6, resize by 30 percent then again by 50. Paste as a new layer and move the the center of the left side. Apply a drop shadow. Do not close!

Resize again by 80 percent, paste as a new layer and move to the top of the first two circles. Position the flower in between them. See my tag for reference if needed. Apply a drop shadow.

Open a paper of choice or you can use the one I did, SD GP Paper 7. Paste as a new layer above the white background layer. Apply your mask to this layer. You can resize or use the pick tool if needed.

Select the large background circle, go to Effects - Texture Effects - Mosaic Antique, use these following settings:
Number of columns - 75
Number of rows - 75
Symmetric - Checked
Tile diffusion - 58
Grout width - 2
Grout diffusion - 48

Add copyrights.

Add your name.

Crop, and resize if desired.

Save as a PNG

We are finished, I hope you enjoyed this tut and I would love to see what you have came up with.

What do you think?
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