I used the
scrapkit 'Whoos Fooln Who' by
You can purchase the kit at
The Mask I used: WSL_Mask235.jpg
I also used the
artwork of ęSuzanne Woolcott. She doesn't sell her tubes anymore..
but must use
your license #
with the ones you did buy before.. Mine # SW881
Put your mask in
your masks folder.
No plugins needed
for this tutorial.
#1. Open a new
image 900 x 900 . Open Paper_17 from your Whos Fooln Who kit.
Resize it 22%.
Drag its layer over to your new 900 x 900 working image window.
Layers/Load-Save Mask/Load from Disk, find the Mask you'd like to
use.. on the drop down list.. Apply the mask
On the layers
palette on top layer mask.. Merge/Merge group
#3. Open Element
Mat_1.png . Copy and paste it over to your working image.
#4. Apply a 3D
drop shadow on the mat.
#5. On your
working image resize all layers 85%
Element Scatter_4.png and resize 40%.
#7. Copy and
paste it onto your working image.
#8. Copy and
paste the tube your going to use. Apply a 3D drop shadow on your
tube.. V2, H3, Opacity 70, Blur 9, Black
#9. Choose your
Preset Shape Tool/Ellipse
When you use the
preset shape tool the results is always a VECTOR shape.. which can
# 10. Foreground
(Outline) color black, background NULL.. (don't matter really about
what color) The Circle will later be deleted.
Draw you out a
vector circle same size (lil bit larger) than the circle mat is.
This is what we
are going to use to put the text on a path.
#11. Now click on
your Text Tool.. Click on the vector circle line... when you see the
rocker with the T on the bottom at the end of your cursor you can
click then type
your text.. the text should be on the line as you type it.....Click
hold and drag to select the text after your done typing what you
you can then
choose the font, color and size of the text while its selected.
To get the text
positioned in the right spot.. you might have to put some spaces
BEFORE the Text or AFTER the next..
or make it
When I first
clicked I clicked at about 2 o'clock, then started typing.
#12. On the layer
palette... you should have the text and circle there on a Vector 1
Click the arrow
as shown below.
#13. Hide the New
Ellipse layer by clicking the eye. Right click on the top Vector 1
layer ( it has the text on it)
and Convert to
#14. Your image
should look like below... the circle is gone.. just the text remains
on that layer.
Apply a 3D drop
shadow to the text.
Here is what mine
looks like below.
Next I put all
the elements I wanted on it.. here is the list:
50% (duplicated, 1 flipped & mirred)
All that's left
is just positioning the elements the way you want... you can refer
to my finished image on the top
of the page for
how I placed mine..
Hope you enjoyed
Till next time