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Monday, February 25, 2013
This tutorial is of my own creation and any resemblance to any other tuts is purely coincidental. This tutorial is for personal use only, using it for monetary gain is against our TOU's.

Supplies:
Gimp or program of choice
PTU kit Splish Splash from Sweet Cravings Scraps
Template 137 by me HERE
Tube of choice. I am using the art of Karina Dale. You must have a license to use these tubes.
Font- Janda Hide and Seek

-Open template. Image>Canvas Size 600x600 px and click center.
-Let's add papers to the template layers. Make the template layer active (see below). Right click template layer in layer box and choose alpha to selection. Open paper (see below). Right click paper layer in layer box and choose add alpha channel. Select>Invert. Press delete on your keyboard. Select>None. Filters>Light & Shadow>Drop Shadow 2, 2, 5, black, 50. Delete the original template layer. Here are the template layers and which papers I used:
1- paper 16
2- paper 5
3- paper 13
4- paper 2
5- paper 15
6- paper 10
7- paper 4
8- paper 11
9- paper 6
10- paper 3
11- paper 12
12- paper 9
-Open tube. Make the top layer. Layer>Scale Layer 75%. Place in the middle of tag. Layer>Duplicate Layer. Filters>Blur>Gaussian Blur on default. Change the mode to screen and lower the opacity to 35.
Elements:
rug
towel
shampoo
bathtub
bubbles 2
perfume
rubber ducky
ribbon 4
comb
curtain set
water splash (duplicate & flip)
-Add your name and copyright and you're done!

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