Author: Precious Beauties
• 7:27 AM
Supplies Needed:
Scrap kit Black Night by Jaelop Designs
Tube of choice, I am using Keith Garvey, hes awesome, this tube was purchased at MPT but you can now find it at PTE
Tag template 154 by Ali
Mask of choice

Ready?
Awesome!

Open the template and duplicate, close the original.

Delete the copyright.

You can resize the template if you find it too big right now, you can also do this at the end of the tutorial.

Flood fill the bottom layer of the template with white, this is now our background layer.

Select the black circle, go to Selections - Select All - Float - Delfoat.

Choose a paper of choice and paste as a new layer above the black circle. Go to Selections - Invert and hit delete on your key board.

Delete the black circle template layer.

Select one of the white squares, go to Selections - Select All - Float - Delfoat.

Open a paper of choice, you may need to resize it. Paste as a new layer and position on top of the selected sqaure. Go to Invert and hit delete on your key board. Repeat this for the other white square as well.

Delete both of the white square template layers.

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

Open a paper of choice and resize if desired, paste as a new layer. Go to Invert and hit delete on your key board. Repeat this for the bottom grey rectangle as well.

Delete both grey template layers.

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

Open a paper of choice and resize if desired, paste as a new layer. Go to Invert and hit delete on your key board.

Delete both grey template layer.

Open your tube and paste as a new layer on top of one of the squares. You may need to resize. Erase anything that sticks out past the frame. Apply a drop shadow. Use blend Luminance (Legacy) and lower opacity to 53. Repeat this for the other square.

Apply a drop shadow to all layers or you can use a gradient glow, the choice is up to you.

Add your tube to your tag, position where you like it, I placed mne in the center of the two squares. Erase anything that is out past the circle. Apply a drop shadow.

Open Elements 22 resize by 30 percent then again by 40 percent. Select a portion of the stitches, paste as a new layer and position on the sides of the frames. I used the Freehand tool to delete any that I didn't want. Apply a drop shadow. Duplicate 3 more times and place where mine are. See my tag for reference if needed.

Open element 5 and resize by 40 twice. Select one you like and paste as a new layer. Position in the center on the left side on top of the rectangle and overlapping the frame. Duplicate and do the same with the other side. See my tag for reference if needed.

Open element 6 and resize by 30 percent and then again by 50 percent. Paste as a new layer. Position to your liking. Duplicate as many as you like and position throughout your tag.

Open element 13 and resize by 30 percent then again by 50 percent. Paste as a new layer and position above the white background layer. Duplicate, and place to your liking, I did mine in the four "corners" and then merged them all.

Select your shape tool and then rectangle. At the bottom of your tag draw out a rectangle to your liking once your happy convert to raster layer. Go to Selections - Select All - Float - Defloat.

Select a paper of choice, I used the same one as I did for the middle rectangle. Resize, and paste as a new layer. Go to invert and hit delete on your key board. Apply either a drop shadow or gradient glow.

Duplicate the buttons and place on the rectangle you just made. Do this with both sides. See my tag for reference if needed.

Add your copyrights.

Add your name, I used the rectangle as a small banner and placed my name there.

Crop if needed, I resized my tag by 90 percent. THEN added the copyrights.

Save as a PNG.

All DONE...thank you for using one of my tutorials, I would love to see what you created.

What do you think?
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