Author: Precious Beauties
• 3:05 PM

Supplies Needed:
Tube of choice, I am using Keith Garvey found at PTE
Scrap kit Urban Glam by Tasha’s Playground, you can purchase this kit at SATC and PFD
Template 32 by Pooker found here
My supplies (mask and word art) here

Open the template, duplicate and close the original. Delete the copyright and crossed lines layers. Resize all layers by 110 percent. Resize canvas by 700 x 700 and flood fill Raster 1 with white.

Select H Rectangle, go to Selections - Select All - Float - Defloat.

Copy and paste a paper of choice above the selected layer. Position to your liking, go to Selections - Invert and hit delete on the keyboard. Delete the template layer.

Repeat the above steps for the remaining template layers.

Select the large circle on the left, go to Selections - Select All - Float - Defloat.

Open Cityscape (do not close), copy and paste as a new layer, place inside the circle to your liking. Go to Selections - Invert and hit delete on the keyboard. Copy and paste Cityscape again, this time position to the right behind the top rectangle. Apply a drop shadow.

Select the smaller circle on the left hand side, go to Selections - Select All - Float - Defloat.

Copy and paste Cityscape one last time, position inside the small circle to your liking, go to Selections - Invert and hit delete on the keyboard. (keep selected)

Copy and paste the tube as a new layer inside the selected circle, position to your liking. Hit delete on the keyboard. Change the Blend Mode on the cityscape and tube to Screen.

Apply a drop shadow to all template layers.

Merge the small circle, tube, Cityscape and dotted circle together. Duplicate, mirror. Place on the right hand side above the square in the middle of the template. See my tag if needed.

Copy and paste the circle word art inside the large circle on the left hand side. Place this layer below the Cityscape. Change the Blend Mode to Soft Light.

Open Broken Glass, copy and paste as a new layer. Place on the left hand side inside the large circle. Apply a drop shadow.

Copy and paste the tube as a new layer. Place in the center of the template. Resize if needed. Apply a drop shadow.

Open Record, resize by 60 percent. Copy and paste as a new layer. Place on the right hand side at the bottom behind the tube. Apply a drop shadow. Duplicate and place at the top still behind the tube on the left hand side.

Open Star, resize by 60 percent. Copy and paste as a new layer. Place on the left hand side at the top of the small circle. Duplicate, and place on the right hand side on top of the record, position to the left.

Open Wire, copy and paste as a new layer. Place across the small strip on the right hand side. Apply a drop shadow. Erase any of the wire showing on the left hand side past the tube.

Open Skulls, resize by 60 percent. Copy and paste as a new layer. Place at the top of the template in front of the record and tube. Apply a drop shadow.

Open Can, resize by 40 percent. Copy and paste as a new layer, place on the left hand side of the skulls, apply a drop shadow.

Open Pills, resize by 60 percent, copy and paste as a new layer. Place in front of the can. Apply a drop shadow.

Open Warning Label, resize by 60 percent, rotate left 8 degrees. Copy and paste as a new layer. Place on the left hand side next to the can, move this layer below the pills. Apply a drop shadow.

Open Cigarette, resize by 50 percent, rotate right. Copy and paste as a new layer, place in front of the pills and label. Apply a drop shadow.

Copy and paste the mask included in my supplies as a new layer above the white background. Position to your liking.

Add any copyrights and your name. Crop, resize if desired. Save as a PNG (close background first).

Thank you for trying one of my tuts, I hope you had fun and I look forward to you coming back again. I would love to see what you created.
What do you think?
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