*Bed Of Roses*


Supplies you will need

Paint Shop Pro. I am using version 8
Tube of choice. I am using Anthony Guerra
But sad to say he no longer is selling his tubes.
Scrap Kit used Bed Of Roses by me. You can purchase the kit HERE

Supplies HERE

Start by opening a new 600x550 image.
flood fill white, you can resize later.

Copy and paste one of the papers from the kit.
Resize it to fit.
Open a mask of your choice
Layer/New mask layer/Image
I am using Becky_Mask 022.
Merge group.
Your paper should now look like mine.

Copy and paste the music notes as a new image
make sure its in the center of your canvase.

Copy and paste one of the frames from the kit as a new layer.
place it in the center of your music notes
see my tag as an example.

Copy and paste part of your tube in the frame.
see my tag as an example.

Drops shadow the frame with these settings
H/V 0, Opacity 70, Blur 15.83, Color Black.

Copy and paste one of the roses from the kit.
Resize to fit the tag.
You want to place it on the bottom right corner of the frame.
duplicate it and place it on the top left corner.
see my tag as an example.

Copy and paste the beaded tag as a new layer.
resize it to fit.
and place it on the right side of the frame.
add your name to the tag.

Copy and paste your tube you are going to use.
Drop shadow. same settings as before.
and see my tag for placement.

Use a font of your choice and type out
"Lay me down, on a bed of roses"
rotate it and place it on the left side of the tag.
duplicate it and put it on the right side.
see my tag as an example.

Add proper copyright
and resize to how you want it

I hope you have enjoyed this tutorial

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