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Sunday, December 9, 2012

Let it Snow featuring Sweet Snow Friends & Gorjuss


This tutorial was written entirely by me, using PSP9, any resemblance to any other is purely coincidental.
This tutorial should work with any version of PSP.
This tutorial is written with the belief that you have a working knowledge of PSP, but is also suitable for beginners.

Materials you will need:
Scrap Kit of choice, I used Sweet Snow Friends by Wicked Princess Scraps.
Tube(s) of choice, I used the art of ©Suzanne Woolcott which requires a license which may be purchased at her store.
Mask of choice, I used ,WSL_Mask354 and you may get it here.
Cluster of choice I used one that I made with the kit above, you will find it here on this blog.
Font of choice, I used Snowhouse.

Filters: 
EyeCandy 5 ~ Nature ~ SnowDrift
Xero ~ Porcelain

Let's begin.
Open a new image, 750x750 you will re-size later.
Copy and paste a paper from your kit in to your image.
Apply your mask; Layers, Load/Save Mask, Load Mask from Disk.
Merge the group; Layers, Merge, Merge Group.
Now using the snowball(snow flake ball) element place above the mask layer.
Now place your Cluster, add a drop shadow if you'd like I used 0,0,100,10.
Now using the magic wand tool (holding down the shift key) click on areas of your cluster that you'd like covered in snow.
Open a new Raster and apply Snow drift on the setting Rooftop Accumulation & the basic on these settings or those of your choice:


Play with the setting until it suits you.
Next using a banner or ribbon element us your mesh tool to curve it to suit you.
Then you may us the same snow drift settings or play with others on this element.
Place other elements of choice and again apply snow drift as desired.
Now place your tube or tubes and add a drop shadow of choice or you can use the above setting.
Apply Porcelain with these settings or those that suit your tube:


Now using Snow drift again, setting on the large snow pile from bottom, Open a new raster and apply these basic settings:

Then re-size as desired and apply these basic settings:



Repeat this for however many snow mounds you'd like.
Place more elements to achieve your desired results.
Once you have achieved your vision, re-size, add your copyright and your name.
You have now completed my tutorial.
Thank you for trying it out.


Here is another version with the other freebie cluster available from this kit here on my blog.

















Merry Christmas Featuring Holiday Glam & Keith Garvey





This tutorial was written entirely by me, using PSP9, any resemblance to any other is purely coincidental.
This tutorial should work with any version of PSP.
This tutorial is written with the belief that you have a working knowledge of PSP, but is also suitable for beginners.

Materials you will need:

Scrap Kit of choice, I used Holiday Glam by Sweet Addictionz Scraps.
Tube of choice, I used the art of ©Keith Garvey which requires a license which may be purchased at his store.
Mask of choice, I used x14, and if this is your work, please contact me so that I may credit you.
Font of choice, I used Santa's Big Secret.

Filter: 
Xero ~ Radiance
Xero ~ Porcelain
Eye Candy 4000 ~ Gradient Glow

Let's begin.
Open a new image, 750x750.
Begin placing Evergreen elements Flip and mirror to make a "mask" of evergreen.
Merge visible.
Copy and paste as a new layer a paper from your kit.
Apply your mask; Layers, Load/Save mask, Load Mask from disk.
Merge the group; Layers, Merge, Merge group.
Add a frame from your kit, position as desired, and add a drop shadow of choice, I used 0,0,100,12.
Now using elements of choice, re-sizing as needed between 30-80 add them around the frame.
Play with the settings on Porcelain to emphasize different elements and to deep colors.
Also add a drop shadow as desired.
Place your tube  adding a drops shadow of choice I used 0,0,100,10.
Apply Radiance with these settings or those that suit your tube:


Duplicate the tube layer and add a Gaussian Blur of 4 then change the properties to Soft light.
Adjust your elements as needed to compliment your tube.
Use the deform tool to assist in this process.
When necessary duplicate an element and move beneath an object and erase areas on the duplicate layer to blend the elements together.
Finally choose a word art from your kit and re-size as desired and place in your tag then apply a gradient glow of choice.
Play with this to insure that you will achieve your desired result.
Re-size, add your copyright and your name.
Thank you for trying our my tutorial.





Tangled featuring Merry Xmas & Keith Garvey



This tutorial was written entirely by me, using PSP9, any resemblance to any other is purely coincidental.
This tutorial should work with any version of PSP.
This tutorial is written with the belief that you have a working knowledge of PSP, but is also suitable for beginners.

Materials you will need:

Scrap Kit of choice, I used Merry Xmas by Bubble's Dream.
Tube of choice, I used the art of ©Keith Garvey which requires a license which may be purchased at his store.
Mask of choice, I used zuzzanna_mask75, and you may get it here.
Font of choice, I used Santa's Sleigh.

Filter: 
Xero ~ Porcelain


Let's begin.
Open a new image, 750x750 you will re-size later.
Copy and paste as a new layer a paper from your kit.
Apply the mask; layers, load/save mask, load mask from disk.
Merge the mask; layers, merge, Merge group.
Now choose your elements that you'd like to start with, re-size as needed.
I re-sized the tree 110, and the ornaments 70.
Use the manual color corrector to adjust the colors of the present element to vary the shades of the gifts.
Repeat the color correction as needed on the elements to help blend the colors as needed.
Now place your tube add a drop shadow of choice, I used 0,0,100,10.
Apply Porcelain with these settings:


If these settings don't work use those that compliment your tube.
Now duplicate and add a Gaussian Blur of 3 (Adjust, Blur, Gaussian Blur) then adjust the properties to Overlay.
Finish placing your elements, and use your erase tool to blend the ribbon elements if you've used my tag as a guide.
When placing the lights element from your kit use the mesh warp tool to curve them how you'd like. 
If you'd like you can manual color correct the lights as well. After using the mesh warp duplicate and mirror.
Position as desired then duplicate again.use the manual color correct on the bottom layer.
Then go to the top layer and using the erase tool erase the lights on this layer bur leave the "wire" so the two layers blend.
Once you've achieved your desired outcome, re-size, add your copyright and your name.
Thank you for trying out my tutorial.













Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Fallen featuring PinUpToons and elements from Sugarbutt Designs.


This tutorial was written entirely by me, using PSP9, any resemblance to any other is purely coincidental.
This tutorial should work with any version of PSP.
This tutorial is written with the belief that you have a working knowledge of PSP, but is also suitable for beginners.

Materials you will need:
Element Pack  or Scrap kit of choice, I used CU Christmas Bundle 5 by Sugarbutt Designs.
Tube of choice, I used the art of ©PinUpToons which requires a license which may be purchased at CDO.
Mask of choice, I used Vix_Mask11, and you may get it here.
Font of choice, I used Boingo.

Filters: 
Eye Candy 5 ~ SnowDrift 
Eye Candy 5 ~ Icicles
Xero ~ Porcelain

Let's begin.
Open a new image, 750x750 you will re-size later.
Copy and paste as a new layer a paper of choice.
Apply the mask: Layers, Load/Save Mask, Load Mask From Disk.
Merge: Layers, Merge, Merge Group.
Add a Gaussian Blur of 5. Duplicate then change the properties on duplicate layer to Screen.
Now open a new Raster layer and Apply SnowDrift on Large Snow Pile from bottom with these Basic settings:


You repeat this step twice, once with these settings:


Then with these:


You may repeat these steps if desired, as many times as you'd like for effect.
You can also duplicate and mirror any of the rasters for effect.
Using your smudge tool, soften tool & erase tool adjust the edges of your snow banks to soften hard edges and blend the layers re-size as needed.
Next on a new raster draw a shape of choice then apply Icicles on the Sheet of Shiny Ice  with these Basic settings:


If you are using an elements pack you may re-color to suit your vision using the manual color corrector.
If you are using a scrap kit check your TOU regarding re-coloring.
Now using your elements begin placing them as desired re-sizing as necessary.
For the snowflakes, choose a snowflake and paste as a new layer re-size to three different sizes then merge all three layers down to one.
Duplicate this layer and re-color/re-size as desired if OK with TOU. 
Place your tube as desired add a drop shadow of choice, I used 0,0,100,0.
Apply Porcelain using settings that suit your tube, I used the default settings.
Duplicate add a Gaussian blur of 4 to the duplicate tube layer then change the properties to Overlay.
Apply the Porcelain to whichever elements desired, play with the settings for each element for best result.
Once you've achieved your desired outcome re-size your tag.
Add your copyright and your name, and you have completed my tutorial.
Thank you for trying it out.










Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Spicey Sugar featuring Sugar and Spice and Gaetano DiFalco





This tutorial was written entirely by me, using PSP9, any resemblance to any other is purely coincidental.
This tutorial should work with any version of PSP.
This tutorial is written with the belief that you have a working knowledge of PSP, but is also suitable for beginners.

Materials you will need:
Scrap Kit of choice, I used Sugar & Spice by Wicked Prince Scraps.
Tube of choice, I used the art of ©Gaetano DiFalco which requires a license which may be purchased at CDO.
Mask of choice, I used KBH_2012_Mask7, by me and you may get it here.
Texture of choice, I used Bokeh Textures by Frozen Tears 1, may find it here.
Font of choice, I used The Daily Bread.

Filters: 
Xero ~ Porcelain
Eyecandy 5 ~ Bevel
Tramages ~ The Stump2
Mura Meister ~ Copies

Let's begin.
Open a new image, 750x750 you will re-size later.
Copy and paste as a new layer your paper from your kit.
Apply your mask (Layers, Load/Save Mask, Load Mask from Disk).
Merge your group ( Layers, Merge, Merge Group).
Now Apply your texture (Copy and paste the jpg over your paper layer).
Apply your mask,Merge group and adjust your Properties to Soft Light.
Apply  The Stump 2 with these settings:


Next begin placing your elements starting with your frame of choice, add a drops shadow of choice, I used 0,0,100,12.
Using your Erase tool,Duplicate, Mirror, and Flip (Image, Mirror Or Flip) to arrange your elements as desired.
Apply the Drop Shadow as desired.
Place your tube, again using your Duplicate and Erase tool for placement.
Add your Porcelain to all layers with these settings or those that suit your tube:


Duplicate again and add a Gaussian Blur of 3 and adjust your properties to Soft Light.
To add small elements to compliment your tube and tag using your brush tool add a diamond on a new raster layer and apply Copies with these settings:


Duplicate and adjust placement for both sides as desired and merge down.
Repeat this process with a star brush. Rotate and duplicate, merge down then add your drop shadow.
Re-size your tag, add your copyright and your name.
You have now completed my tutorial. 
Thank you for giving it a try.

Here are extras for those that like them.

Friday, November 16, 2012

Tea n Me tutorial featuring Coffee Tea or Me by Nette's NightOwl Works and PinUpToons



This tutorial was written entirely by me, using PSP9, any resemblance to any other is purely coincidental.
This tutorial should work with any version of PSP.
This tutorial is written with the belief that you have a working knowledge of PSP, but is also suitable for beginners.

Materials you will need:

Scrap Kit of choice, I used Coffee,Tea, or Me by Nette's NightOwl Works.
Tube of choice, I used the art of ©PinUpToons which requires a license which may be purchased at CDO.
Mask of choice, I used KBH_2012_Mask22, by me and you may get it here.
Font of choice, I used Jaunty Gent NF.

Filters: 
Xero ~~ Soft Mood
EyeCandy 4000 ~~ Gradient Glow


Let's begin.

Open a new image, 750x750, you will re-size later.
Copy and paste as a new layer a paper from your kit. 
Apply your mask (Layers, Load/Save Mask, Load Mask from List).
Merge your group (Layers, Merge, Merge Group).
Place your tube and add a drop shadow, I used 0,0,100,10.
Apply Soft Mood with these settings or those that suit your tube:


Begin placing your elements.
Re-size and use your erase tool to help placement, and blending.
Apply Soft Mood and drop shadow to any elements of choice.
 You may use the same settings as above.
On select elements apply Gradient Glow  with these settings or those of your choice:


Once you have placed your elements as desired, add a Gaussian blur of 3 to select elements (Adjust,Blur Gaussian Blur).
Adjust the properties to Overlay (Layers, Properties, Overlay).
Once you have achieved the result you want, re-size, add your copyright, and your name.
You have now completed my tutorial, thank you for giving it a try.

Here are some extras for those that like them.





Monday, November 12, 2012

Night Owl featuring Night Bird & Keith Garvey (PTU)


This tutorial was written entirely by me, using PSP9, any resemblance to any other is purely coincidental.
This tutorial should work with any version of PSP.
This tutorial is written with the belief that you have a working knowledge of PSP, but is also suitable for beginners.

Materials you will need:

Scrap Kit of choice, I used Night Bird by Chaos Priestess.
Tube of choice, I used the art of ©Keith Garvey which requires a license which may be purchased at his store.
Mask of choice, I used KBH_2012_Mask18, one I made myself and you may get it here.
Font of choice, I used Honeybird.

Filters: 
Xero ~~ Porcelain
Mura Meisters ~~ Copies
Eyecandy 4000 ~~ Gradient Glow

Let's begin.
Open a new image, 750x750 you can re-size later.
Copy and paste a paper from your kit and apply your mask.(Layers, Load/Save Mask, Load Mask from Disk)
Merge the group (Layers, merge, merge group).
Begin by placing your tube and adding a drop shadow of 0,0,100,10 
Apply Porcelain with these settings or those that fit your tube:


Duplicate the tube layer and add a Gaussian blur (Adjust, Blur, Gaussian Blur) of 3.
Adjust the properties to Soft Light (Layers, Properties, Soft Light).
Begin placing your elements re-sizing and adjusting transparency as needed.
You may use my tag as a guide or go your own way.
Apply Porcelain to different elements for variation and to highlight different elements.
Play with the settings depending on the element.
Using flower elements place then merge down and apply Copies with these settings:


Now place foliage as desired and duplicate and mirror as desired.
Repeat this with ribbon elements.
Re-size and rotate your elements to suit your tube, and as always try something new.
You may add a drop shadow and Gradient glow as desired. I used the same drop shadow as above.
For the clock element apply your drop shadow and Porcelain with the above settings.
Once you have achieved your vision re-size and add your copyright.
Save your tag.
Add your name and you have completed my tutorial.
Thank you for trying my tutorial.



Sunday, October 21, 2012

Breathe featuring Colour Me & PinUpToons (PTU)




This tutorial was written entirely by me, using PSP9, any resemblance to any other is purely coincidental.
This tutorial should work with any version of PSP.
This tutorial is written with the belief that you have a working knowledge of PSP, but is also suitable for beginners.

Materials you will need:

Scrap Kit of choice, I used Colour Me by TLP Designz.
Tube of choice, I used the art of ©PinUpToons which requires a license which may be purchased at CDO.
Mask of choice, I used one I made, and you may get it here.
Word Art of choice, I used one from Create with TLC, you may find it here.
Garadient of choice. I made one using colors from my tag.
Font of choice, I used Water Brush Rob.

Filters: 
Xero ~~ Radiance
Xero ~~ Porcelain
EyeCandy 4000 ~~ Gradient Glow

Let's begin.
Open a new image, 750x750 you will re-size later.
Copy and paste a paper into your image and apply your mask. 
(Layers, Load/Save Mask, Apply mask from Disk)
Merge the group. 
(Layers, merge, Merge group)
Now add a Gaussian blur of 4. 
(Adjust, Blur,  Gaussian Blur)
Begin placing elements and add a drop shadow, I used 3,4,50,12
Place your tube and add the drop shadow the add an additional drop shadow -3,-4,50,12.
Next apply Radiance with these settings:


You can change the setting to suit your tube.
Now apply Porcelain with these settings:


Again you can play with the settings until you find what works with your tube.
You may add a gradient glow to your tube and to any elements as you see fit.
Finish placing your elements as desired.
Now place and re-size your word art as necessary.
Select all, float and defloat then flood fill your word art with a gradient of choice then de-select.
Now add a drop shadow of choice then add a gradient glow of choice to match your tag.
Now re-size add your copyright and your name.
Thank you for trying our my tutorial.


Thursday, October 18, 2012

Wistful featuring Autumn Romance & Zebrush (PTU)


This tutorial was written entirely by me, using PSP9, any resemblance to any other is purely coincidental.
This tutorial should work with any version of PSP.
This tutorial is written with the belief that you have a working knowledge of PSP, but is also suitable for beginners.

Materials you will need:
Scrap Kit of choice, I used Autumn Romance by Honored Scraps.
Tube of choice, I used the art of ©Zebrush which requires a license which may be purchased at PFD.
Mask of choice, I used WSL_Mask363, and you may get it here.
Font of choice, I used Hummingbird.

Filter: 
Zero ~~ Radiance
EyeCandy 4000 ~~ Gradient Glow

Let's begin.
Open a new image, 750x750 you will re-size later.
Copy and paste as a new layer a paper from your kit.
Apply your mask (Layers, Load/save mask, Load mask from disk).
Merge (Layers, Merge, merge group).
Copy and paste a frame into your image and position as desired.
Add a drop shadow of choice or you may use these setting; 4,6,55,13.
Copy and paste your tube into your image, add your drop shadow and postion as desired.
Apply Radiance with these settings:


You may choose other settings for your tube just play until you get what you like.
Duplicate your tube and move the original layer beneath your frame and the duplicate above it.
Using your erase tool erase any parts of your tube on both layers outside of the frame until the tube is coming out of the frame as desired.
Begin placing your elements, you may us your manual correct tool to adjust the tones of the kit as needed.


Apply Radiance and or Gradient Glow to some of your elements to highlight them as well.
If you are using my tag as a guide I used radiance on the bird as well as the butterflies 
(used Manual color correct & Gradient glow on these too).

Re-size your elements as desired to fit your tube.
Once you have achieved the result you like, re-size, add your copyright and you name.
Thank you for completing my tutorial.





Sunday, October 14, 2012

Watching me featuring To the Moon & Barbara Jensen





This tutorial was written entirely by me, using PSP9, any resemblance to any other is purely coincidental.
This tutorial should work with any version of PSP.
This tutorial is written with the belief that you have a working knowledge of PSP, but is also suitable for beginners.

Materials you will need:
Scrap Kit of choice, I used To the Moon by Crafted by Gina.
Tube of choice, I used the art of ©Barbara Jensen which requires a license which may be purchased at her store.
Mask of choice, I used WSL_Mask133, and you may get it here.
Font of choice, I used Child's Play.

Filters: 
Xero ~~ Clarity
Mura Meister's ~~ Copies

Let's begin.
Open a new image, 750x750 you will re-size later.
copy and past a paper from your kit into your image and apply your mask.
(Layers, Load/Save Mask, Load mask from Disk)
Then merge the group. (Layers, Merge, Merge group)
Copy and paste a frame from your kit, and position as desired upon the mask layer.
Using a scatter from your kit, place and position as desired duplicating and mirroring as needed.
Back to the frame layer, using your magic wand tool Click inside one of the frame openings and select then expand by 5.
(Selections, Modify, Expand)
Position different Moon man elements from your kit Using free rotate and the deform tool as needed.
Invert and delete. (to invert Ctrl+Shift+I) then deselect (Ctrl+D).
Repeat as necessary. 
If you'd like to have Moonman bits peek through the "window" duplicate and move it above the frame layer and use the erase tool on extra bits.
Add a drop shadow to all. I used 3,3,45,12.
Now begin to place foliage as desired add your drop shadow as needed.
Place some of the flower elements from your kit
On some of the flower elements Add Copies with these settings:


Then on another of the same flower element add the Copies with this settings:


Now place your tube and position as desired apply the Clarity filter with these settings or those that suit your tube:


Add your drop shadow twice, then add a drop shadow of -3,-3,45,12.
Duplicate and add a Gaussian blur of 3 (Adjust, blur, Gaussian blur).
Adjust the properties to Overlay (Layers, Properties).
Finish adding any elements you'd like and adjust as needed.
Re-size your tag, add your copyright and your name.
Thank you for trying out my tutorial.






Rockabilly Girl featuring Rockabilly Wedding & Myka Jelina






This tutorial was written entirely by me, using PSP9, any resemblance to any other is purely coincidental.
This tutorial should work with any version of PSP.
This tutorial is written with the belief that you have a working knowledge of PSP, but is also suitable for beginners.

Materials you will need:
Scrap Kit of choice, I used Rockabilly Wedding by Scrappin Krazy Designs.
Tube of choice, I used the art of ©Myka Jelina which requires a license which may be purchased at her store.
Mask of choice, I used WSL_Mask209, and you may get it here.
Font of choice, I used Pixie Moon.

Filters:
Zero ~~ Porcelain 
EyeCandy 4000 ~~ Gradient Glow

Let's begin.
Open a new image, 750x750 you will re-size later.
Copy and paste into your image a paper from your kit, and apply your mask of choice.
(Layers, Load/Save Mask, Load Mask from Disk) Merge the group (Layers, Merge, Merge group).
Next take your piano element and using your smudge brush smudge the hard edges a bit then take your curtain element and place as desired.
Merge the two elements and apply the same mask with the steps above.
Place your tube into your image and apply a drop shadow of 4,4,50,12. 
Apply Porcelain with these settings:


Duplicate the tube and add a Gaussian blur of 4 (Adjust, Blur, Gaussian blur).
Change the properties on this layer to Overlay (Layers, Properties, Overlay).
Begin placing your other elements, re-sizing as desired adding a drop shadow as needed.
Gradient Glow may also be added with these settings or those of your choice:

 


When adding a gradient glow, change the colors as needed to compliment your tag.
Once you have achieved your desired result, re-size, add your copyright and your name.
Thank you for trying out my tutorial.




Kaci's Kits & Kadoodles

Hi, I'm Kaci. Nope not that Kaci, the other one. I am still fairly new to PSPing compared to some and I love it!! I want to continue to learn so I can get better and continue making my own scrap kits. I love to make new friends so stop by and visit my little corner over here.

I'm still learning to blog too, so be patient while I figure this out, and I'm learning to do blog layouts, lol. I'm happy to have a few followers and look forward to more.

I've recently ventured into Digital scrap-booking store ownership with friends, so feel free to check out the links on the page.

I also love to knit, crochet (not really good at that just yet), read, cook, bake and learn new things. Most of what I post will probably be PSP related, but Iwill occasionally vent here too. Please leave a comment let me know what you think or if you want me to try something for a freebie.

I would love to see the results of my tutorials if you want to share. Please email them to me at kaciskitsnkadoodles@gmail.com. I look forward to seeing results of my tuts so come on email me lol!!!

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