Author: Precious Beauties
• 10:54 AM
Supplies Needed:
Tube of choice, I am using one from Judy Mastranglo, you can visit her site here.
(No Longer with MPT)
Scrap kit Little Harlequin by Felice found here.
Mask WSL_62 by Chelle found here.

Ready to begin?
Awesome!

Open a new limage 700 x 700 with a white background.

Open FrameRoundSilver, resize by 60 percent and paste as a new layer.

Take your magic wand and select the insede of the frame, go to Selections - Modify - Expand by 25.

Open a paper of your choice, I used dots, resize by 70 percent. Paste as a new layer below your frame, invert and hit delete on your key board.

Paste your tube as a new layer. Position where you like it, delete anything that you don't want showing (I use my freehand tool for this), once you have it where you like it apply a drop shadow.

Open SatinCurl, resize 50 percent twice and then by 40 percent, paste as a new layer. Position to the left on the frame. Erase anything on top of the tube and on the frame to make it look wrapped. Apply a small drop shadow.

Open PaperButterfly2, resize by 30 percent then 70 percent, free rotate by 10 degrees left. Paste as a new layer and position to the left on top of the ribbon and frame. Apply a drop shadow. Duplicate as many as you like (resize if desired) and place to your liking.

Open PaperButterfly, resize by 30 percent then 60 percent, free rotate by 10 degrees right. Paste as a new layer and position to the left on top of the ribbon and frame. Apply a drop shadow. Duplicate as many as you like (resize if desired) and place to your liking.

Open SatinCurl, resize 15 percent, mirror and paste as a new layer. Position under the frame to the right. Erase anything that sticks out to far or you don't want seen. Apply a small drop shadow. See my tag for reference if needed.

Open a paper of choice, I used Swirls, paste as a new layer above your white background.

Apply to your mask to this layer. Merge group and duplicate. I then lowed the opacity to around 70.

Add any other elements you like.

Add copyright and your name.

Crop, resize if desired.

Save as a PNG.

Your finished.
We would love to see your results and add them to the gallery!

What do you think?
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