Tuesday, September 29, 2015

School Girl Fantasy

School Girl Fantasy
written 8/9/2015

This tutorial is simply meant as a guide. Make your tag your own and unique to you by using any tubes and scrap kits of your choice. If you want your tag to look just like mine then use the same supplies as I have.

Supplies Used:

Tube of your choice. I am using the work of Garrett Blair. You can no longer purchase his tubes and I got this tube when he was with CILM.

Scrap kit is a freebie from Polka Dot Scraps. It is called Twi-tastic. You can get it at

Tag Template by A Space Between. I am using template #40. You can get it at

Font of your choice. I am using 4 Vasona DNA. This is a PTU font.

Xero Radiance (optional)

Let's Begin:
Open your template and remove the following layers:
creators information
Make your canvas large enough to work with
Make your border big circle layer active and add noise with the following settings:
Uniform and monochrome checked.
Do this with all the border layers.
Now we are going to fill the rest of the layers with papers from the kit.
Start at the bottom with the big circle layer and then work your way up using whatever papers/textures you want to use.
Once you are done delete all the original template layers.
Add a drop shadow to every layer.
Open your tube and copy and paste as a new layer.
Position where you want.
I chose to place mine in front of the large open space in the square area.
Add a drop shadow.
I will list the elements that I used.
Placement is entirely up to you.
If you want to have your tag look like mine then use my tag for reference.
Elements used:
element 10
element 16
element 29
element 30
element 40
element 46
Add your name and your copyright and licensing information.
Once done I applied the Xero Radiance filter using the default settings but that is completely up to you.
Crop and save.

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