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Squirrely has been my nickname since I was a child, both because it rhymes with my real name, and because I'm forgetful and just plain nuts at times. I've been tagging for 2+ decades off and on, and now that I'm retired/disabled I'm pretty much on most of the time now.

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Sunday, March 29, 2015

♥ Exclusive FTU Scrap Kit ♥


I had to share with you a peek at the Exclusive scrap kit I just put up for "purchase" in the Cherished Moments forum.  When you play in any of our games, challenges or contests - or even when you say good morning - you earn Cherished Coins to 'buy' some beautiful goodies in our E-Shopping Store.

Robin's Egg Blue - a Cherished Moments Exclusive Kit


All you have to do to be able to get this kit for free too, is join the forum and start joining in the fun!!
Tell them Squirrely sent ya :)


Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Steampunk Ball - a ptu tut

Tube -  I've used a simply gorgeous one called "Purple Steampunk" by Danny Lee, which can be purchased at S&Co HERE.  It comes with a full body tube.
Scrap Kit - Kizzed by Kelz has a super matching kit for this tube, also called Purple Steampunk HERE.  It's nice to have different colors in steampunk style.
Mask - Vix Big Mask 16 which you can d/l HERE, put into your masks folder.
Filters - Eye Candy 3.1 Drop Shadow
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Tutorial abbreviations: 
s/sa/fl/defl/ = Selections/Select All/Float/Defloat
c/p = copy & paste
d/s = drop shadow
f/f = flood fill
r/s = resize
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Unless otherwise directed, add an EyeCandy drop shadow of direction 310, distance 10, blur 10, opacity 40 with color #000000.

1. Open a new image 800 x 800 and f/f with white, we can crop and r/s later. 

2. Open elem 46 and c/p as a new layer.  Open your tube (I used this tube's close up) and r/s as needed, c/p as a new layer.  Move your tube up a bit so just a bit is hanging over the bottom edge of the frame's opening (If using the same tube as me, place her so her little finger is at the edge).  Using your magic wand, tap in the center of the frame layer.  Modify and expand by 2, invert.  Grab your eraser tool, and erase the overhanging part of the tube.  While still selected, open paper 1 and r/s to 300x300. C/p as a new layer below your frame layer, tap delete and select none.  To your tube, add a d/of direction 310, distance 10, blur 18, opacity 33.

3. The frame has such beautiful detail I didn't want to lose it.  Grab your freeform selections tool this time and loosely but carefully trace around the solid part of the frame near the outer edge.


Once selected, highlight your white background layer and promote selection to layer, select none.  Merge the paper 1 layer down onto this layer so you don't accidentally delete it.  Don't add a d/s to the frame

4. Now let's decorate.....
:::Elem115 - r/s 40% - c/p to bottom left side of the frame and drop under the white layer.
:::Elem5 - r/s 40% - c/p to bottom right side above the frame layer.
:::Elem37 - c/p as a new layer just below your tube layer, move up so it appear the wings are on the tube.
:::Elem13 - c/p and move so it rests on the wing, duplicate and mirror and move to fit the opposite wing. No d/s here.
:::Elem42 - r/s 70% - c/p as a new layer below the wing layer and move to the left a bit.  Duplicate and mirror, move them both so they almost touch in the top middle, no d/s on this layer.
:::Elems 116, 121 & 123 - r/s all 25% - c/p to the bottom center of the frame and cluster them together
:::Elem51 - mirror and c/p to the top of your palette. Center the middle cog of this element over the clock gear on the bottom right of the tag.
:::Elem39, c/p as a new layer just above the white bg layer. Move it down a teensy bit until it touches the bottom elements.
:::Elem132 - r/s 50% and c/p above the tube layer.  Move it so it rests in her hand by her face.  Use your eraser tool to erase the part that covers her palm.


:::Elem7 - c/p as a new layer at the top of your layer palette.

5. Open paper10 and c/p as a new layer just above the white bg layer.  Locate Vix Big Mask 16 and apply it, merge group and duplicate.

6. Crop and/or r/s as needed, add your artist's copyright information and your name, and you're done!


Thursday, March 19, 2015

Big Top Bunny

Before I start the tut I want to give a huge round of BRAVO's to Millie of Millie's PSP Madness for the beautiful design she gave me here on my blog!!  Isn't it just gorgeous?  She did it in no time flat too, so if you're thinking about getting your blog re-done, I would definitely recommend her to you.  She's a nice lady too.

Tube - This precious tube is by artist Sweet Doll Artist, who is now available at S&Co.  This is her Easter Bunny, and you can find it HERE
Scrap Kit - I've used a kit of Bibi's Collection entitled "Bunny Girl" which can also be found at S&Co HERE. Right now it's just $1.00!!
Mask -223Insatiable Dreams mask which you can find HERE.  Scroll down to Masks 7 
Filters - Eye Candy 3.1 Drop Shadow
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Tutorial abbreviations: 
s/sa/fl/defl/ = Selections/Select All/Float/Defloat
c/p = copy & paste
d/s = drop shadow
f/f = flood fill
r/s = resize
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Unless otherwise directed, add an EyeCandy drop shadow of direction 310, distance 5, blur 9, opacity 28 with color #000000.

1. Open a new image 700 x 700 and f/f with white, we can crop and r/s later.  Add a new layer and select all.  C/p paper 2 into selection, select none.  Locate the 223Insatiable Dreams mask and apply it, merge group. R/s just this mask layer 95%.

2. Open your tube and r/s as needed, c/p as a new layer moving it to the right & down as needed so the bottom of the tube is on the edge of the frame.  

3. Now we're going to decorate this cutie...
:::Open elem50 and r/s 46%. C/p as a new layer under your tube and move it down so it becomes the 'floor'. Change the blend mode to luminance. No d/s on this layer.
:::Open elem17 and r/s 50% and then 25%. C/p as a new layer and move them down to cover the road between your tube and the tent.
:::Open elem13 and r/s 50%. C/p as a new layer and move to the left side. 
:::Open elem19 and r/s 50%. C/p and place at the top of tent, add a d/s of direction 5, distance 5, blur 17, opacity 18
:::Open elem21 and using brightness & contrast make it white, c/p as a new layer and move in front of the the tent.  Duplicate it and move this one to the far right side at the edge of the mask.
:::Open elem47 and mirror. C/p as a new layer and move behind the tent, change the blend mode to dodge.
:::Open elem29 and r/s 50% twice. C/p as a new layer and move it so it appears to be inside of the tent.
:::Open elem39 and r/s 40%. C/p it and move to the left side of the tent.
:::Open elem37 and r/s 50%. C/p as a new layer and move them behind the white bunny. No d/s on these.
:::Open elem16 and r/s 30%. C/p it just above the tent layer in your palette. Move it behind the bunny and lower the opacity enough so you can see the door of the tent. Using your magic wand with feather set to 0, trace around the bit of the  top hat that overhangs the door of the tent:


    Once selected tap delete, select none. It should appear now that the hat is behind the door of the tent (see my tag)
:::Open elem11 and r/s 50%.  C/p just below your tube in the layer palette and move it to the right side of your tube.
:::Highlight your tube layer and open elem25, r/s 65%. C/p as a new layer and move to the top of your tag. Change the blur part of your d/s to 12.
:::Open elem22, mirror and c/p as a new layer at the top of the layer palette, moving it all the way to the top of the mask.
:::Open elem 77, c/p as a new layer and move down to just above your mask layer in your layer palette.  Change the blend mode to screen and duplicate it.

4. Once you're satisfied with where everything is placed, delete the white bg layer and merge visible.  Duplicate the entire tag and add a Gaussian Blur of 5 to the duplicate.  Change the blend mode to soft light, and your entire tag takes on a dreamy look to it.

5. Crop and/or r/s as needed, add your artist's copyright information and your name, and you're done!




Tuesday, March 17, 2015

To all the days here and after 
May they be filled with fond memories, happiness, and laughter!

That is my wish for each and every one of you on this St. Patrick's Day!


I haven't had much of a chance to talk about my new forum - Cherished Moments - here on my blog, because it's keeping me just a bit busy, new ventures will do that to you I guess huh?  It's all been great fun though.  We seem to have found that sweet spot with our membership - new taggers, tag masters, non taggers, gamers - everyone plays together in peace and harmony.  You can even hear little birdies chirping about if you listen lol.  Or perhaps that's just me that hears them, but whatever - it's been a super month and I'm looking forward to many months turning to years as a moderator there.

I have 3 challenges that I organize there, the Mask  Challenge, the Word Art challenge and the Frame Challenge.  For each of them I search the net for fun pieces to play with or I make them myself.  That's my favorite part of course.  Here are a few of the tags made for the most recent Frame challenge using a frame I created just for this challenge.


aren't they so pretty?  This frame is exclusive for members of the forum, which is just one of the many perks of becoming a member.  I also made this scrapkit for recent contest.


As you can see, aside from just having a fun place to hang your hat for a bit, there are lots of goodies to be had by joining CHERISHED MOMENTS!  I hope you'll consider 
popping in, tell them Squirrely sent ya lol.





Friday, March 13, 2015

Rock On! - a ptu tut

Before I get into my tut, I want to wish everyone a very Happy & Safe St. Patrick's Day!
Leave your car at home or be the designated driver for your party.
'Tis the day for spirits to be high, and much of the world joins in.

Tube - I've used Danny Lee's new tube "Rocker" which can be found HERE at S&Co. 
Scrap Kit - Kizzed by Kelz has a great matching kit, also called "Rocker" and it too can be found at S&Co HERE
Template - I've used my own Easter Template4 which you can find HERE. Scroll down a little bit and you'll see them.
Mask - I've used 2 from the WeeScottishLass; WSL_Mask 38 and WSL_Mask 239 which can be d/l'ed HERE, her masks are listed in the right sidebar.                         
Filters - Eye Candy 3.1 Drop Shadow
Font -  Bombing 
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Tutorial abbreviations: 
s/sa/fl/defl/ = Selections/Select All/Float/Defloat
c/p = copy & paste
d/s = drop shadow
f/f = flood fill
r/s = resize
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Unless otherwise directed, add an EyeCandy drop shadow of direction 310, distance 3, blur 6, opacity 54 with color #000000.

1. Open my template, duplicate and close original.  Delete the credit layer, as well as 12 - 14 layers.  To give you room to work, change the canvas size to 750 x 700 and f/f the background layer with white to fill it in.  We can crop and/or r/s later on.

2. Highlight layer 10, s/sa/fl/defl and add a new raster layer.  Open pp15 and c/p into selection, select none.  Repeat these steps with pp5 on layer 4, and pp4 on layer 1.

3. Highlight layer 8 and s/sa/fl/defl.  Open pp16, r/s 75%  and c/p as a new layer and tap delete.  Repeat this step with layer 9 and pp17, and layer 8 with pp8.

4. Highlight layer 2, s/sa/fl/defl and add a new raster layer. Put a gradient of two colors from your tube (I used #d3dee0 and #000000) with a linear angle of 0 and repeats 4 into your foreground of your materials palette and f/f the new raster layer with it.  Repeat this with layers 6 and 11.  Add a d/s of direction 310, distance 7, blur 10, opacity 45 with color #000000 to each of these new layers.

5. Highlight the center black square (layer10) and open elem89, c/p as a new layer, tap it once with effects enhance and repeat the same heavy d/s.  Open and r/s your main tube as needed, c/p it as a new layer and move it to the right side of your tag.  S/sa/fl/defl and expand by 2, then add a new raster layer and drop it below your tube.  F/f this layer with white (#ffffff) and select none.  Merge these two layers and repeat the heavy d/s.

6. Now we'll add the elements...
:::Open elem15 and r/s 50%. C/p as a new layer moving to the left side of the tag.
:::Open elem12 and r/s 50%. C/p as a new layer and move to the upper left of the tag, keeping it within the boundaries of the teal paper.  Change the blend mode to screen.
:::Highlight the black center square.  Open elem101 and mirror. C/p as a new layer and change the blend mode to burn.  Be sure the bottom and top edges of the keyboard line up within the teal and purple square layers.
:::Open elem34 and flip. C/p as a new layer just under your tube layer and move to the bottom right so it's behind her leg and up just a bit.
:::Open elem20 and r/s 50%. C/p it and "hook" it onto the upper left corner.  Repeat the heavier d/s.
:::Open elem35 and r/s 50%, c/p as a new layer and place it between the speakers and the tube on the bottom of the tag.  Repeat heavy d/s.
:::Open elem80 and r/s 25%. C/p as a new layer to the bottom right corner of the tag, below the silver cutout heart. 
:::Open elem3 and c/p as a new layer just below your tube.  No d/s here.

7. Close off the white bg layer and merge visible.  R/s the merged layer 90% and open the white layer again.  Add a new raster layer above the bg layer and select all, c/p pp22 into the selection and hide this layer.  Add another raster layer and c/p pp20 into this selection, select none.  On the purple layer apply WSL_Mask 38 and merge group.  Unhide the blue layer and apply WSL_Mask 329, merge group, duplicate.  Merge visible and delete white bg layer.

8. Crop and/or r/s as needed, add your artist's copyright information and your name, and you're done!  I hope you've enjoyed this tutorial and have fun with your Andy Warhol-ish tag!!


Saturday, March 7, 2015

A Nice Day - a ftu tut

Tube - I've used a simply precious tube by Sweet Doll Artist called "Amy", which can be purchased at Pics for Design HERE.  I used the close up of this tube, I just adore the faces on her newer work.
Scraps- I've used a Quick Page (QP) - "Pic Nic" by Mariscrap at Scraps from France HERE.  You will have to register for the store, but there are literally pages of goodies to be had. 
Mask - MPM_mask78 by Millie of Millie's PSP Madness HERE. Put into your masks folder and be sure you leave thanks for her hard work.
Filters - Eye Candy 3.1 Glow & Drop Shadow - Optional but what I use for all of my tuts.
Font - Primavera - a pay to use font.
Sparkles - You'll need to supply your own, just dig them out of a kit.

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Tutorial abbreviations: 
s/sa/fl/defl/ = Selections/Select All/Float/Defloat
c/p = copy & paste
d/s = drop shadow
f/f = flood fill
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Quick Pages (QP) are the full size scrap world's equivalent of the freebie Cluster Frames offered by tagging scrap designers. They can be found everywhere for free, in scraps stores and on Designer's blogs, because they use them as a way to advertise what is in a full size larger kit they sell. Most taggers never give them a thought, but they can be a great source for quick tagging when time is short, and they look amazing when you add in an appropriate themed tube & the perfect mask.

1. Open up the QP and r/s to 800 x 800.  Add a new layer and f/f with white, and then drop it below the QP layer in your layers palette.

2. Grab your freeform selections tool and trace out the large butterfly, because we don't want to lose that pretty element to our mask.


Promote this selection to a layer, add a d/s of direction 338, distance 5, blur 10, opacity 26 with color #000000.

3. Highlight the QP layer in your palette. Find the MPM_mask78 and apply it, merge group.  This mask is perfect for this tag because it's completely transparent in the center where we want it, and has a nice fade out on the edges.  Likewise, this QP is perfect because the opening is right in the center of it, leaving plenty of room for a great mask to be added.

4. Now open your close up tube and r/s if needed.  C/p it onto the QP and center it so the bottom of the tube rests on the bottom of the opening on the QP.  Grab your freeform selection tool again, and trace around the bottom of the opening and promote it to a layer as well.  Bring this up in your palette above your tube so it appears your tube is coming out of the opening. Using this same method, grab some hair from the tube to bring above the previously promoted layer.  This gives more dimension to your finished tag.  

5. On the tube layer, add a d/s of direction 338, distance 5, blur 10, opacity 26, then repeat changing the direction to 213. Once you're satisfied with how everything looks, hide the white layer and copy merged and then paste as a new tag.  This gives you a better idea of the size of your finished tag than just cropping it out does.  Continue to r/s if needed, add your artist's copyright information and your name. You. Are. Done!!  Quick, easy and super cute!! 
Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Pretty Irish Eyes - a PTU tut


Tube - I've used a very pretty tube from Andy Cooper, "Sexy Lingerie" which is a St. Patricks tube.  For this tut we're just using the close up tube. You can purchase it HERE.
Scrap Kit - a really great kit from Ginnibug Designs that matches the kit and is called "Sexy Irish Girl", also purchased at S&Co. HERE
Mask - 499InsatiableDreams Mask, download HERE  Please place in your masks folder.
Filters - Eye Candy 3.1 Drop Shadow - OPTIONAL but it's what I use for all of my tuts.
Font - Biloxi Script  

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Tutorial abbreviations: 
s/sa/fl/defl/ = Selections/Select All/Float/Defloat
c/p = copy & paste
d/s = drop shadow
f/f = flood fill
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Unless otherwise directed, add an EyeCandy drop
shadow of direction 310, distance 10, blur 10, opacity 34 with color #000000.

1. Open a new image 800 x 800 and f/f with white, we can crop and r/s later. Open p8 and c/p as a new layer.  Apply the mask 499InsatiableDreams and merge group.

2. Open sig98 and r/s 75%.  C/p as a new layer and move slightly to the left, add the d/s. S/sa/fl/defl, modify contact by 5.   Open p6 and r/s 75%, c/p as a new layer below the frame and invert, tap delete and invert again.  Open your close up tube and r/s as needed.  C/p as a new layer positioning the face within the selected area of the frame.  When satisfied, invert and again and tap delete on your tube layer, select none.  Duplicate the tube and on this layer add a Gaussian Blur of 6, change the blend mode to soft light.  On the original tube, change the blend mode to hard light.  Merge these 4 frame layers together and then r/s it 85%.

3. Open sig35 and r/s 50%. C/p as a new layer to the right side of the frame.  Free rotate left 25, and then Sharpen using Unsharp Mask with the following settings:


4. Now we'll decorate the tag:
:::Open sig9 and c/p to the right side of the frame.
:::Open sig17 and r/s 50%.  C/p and place over the leaves.  Free rotate 10 to the right.
:::Open sig62 and r/s 50%.  C/p so it covers the bottom of the house.  
:::Open sig34, c/p over the heart of the cluster and add the d/s.  Take your eraser tool and erase the parts of the shamrock the cover the heart.  Be sure you clean up all of the d/s as well. You want it to appear that this is behind the heart.
:::Open sig41 and r/s 75%. C/p below the heart cluster layer and move it a bit to the right in the cluster. Duplicate and r/s 75%, bring this one to the left of the cluster and down a bit.
:::Open sig7 and r/s 50%. C/p this right below the cluster and tuck it in behind it.  Trace around a bit of it that's behind the coin and promote it to a new layer, bring it above the smaller coin and add a d/s of distance 10, blur 10, opacity 28 to this little piece.  Now add it to the rest of the ribbon. Duplicate the ribbon and pull it through on the right side
:::Open sig21 and c/p just above the white bg layer.  With your mover tool bring it down so it fans out under all of the other layers. No d/s on this layer.

5. Crop and/or r/s as needed, add your artist's copyright information and your name, and you're done!  How's that for a quick & easy tut with a stunning end result??



Sunday, March 1, 2015

Beauties of Ireland - a ptu, animated tut


You will need:
Tube - I've used the very lovely tube, Angry Leprechaun, by Danny Lee which can be purchased at S&Co HERE.
Scrap Kit - A stunning & huge kit by Bibi's Collection to match it, also called Angry Leprechaun HERE
Filters - Eye Candy 3.1 Drop Shadow & Eye Candy 4000 Jiggle.
Font - Duet  
Template - My Leprechaun template created for this tut HERE. Here is a preview of it.


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Tutorial abbreviations: 
s/sa/fl/defl/ = Selections/Select All/Float/Defloat
c/p = copy & paste
d/s = drop shadow
f/f = flood fill
A/S = Animation Shop
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In this tutorial, don't add a d/s to any layer or element unless the step tells you to.

1. Open my template and delete the rainbow layer and the credits.  For the purpose of this tut, delete 16 - 20 as well. Add a new layer above the bg layer and select all.  Open elem 67 and paste into selection, select none.  R/s it just a teensy bit, 98%, to make sure you don't have a sharp edge on your tag.  Don't add a d/s to this layer.

2. Highlight layer 13 in your layers palette , open paper 12 and r/s it 35%  C/p it as a new layer.  Grab your mover tool and rotate it to the right to line up with layer 13.  Repeat this same step with layers 5 & 7 using paper 11.  And repeat once again with layers 11 & 12 with paper 14.  Add a d/s of 2, 3, 75 to all of these layers and delete the original template layers.  Highlight layer 15 and repeat this d/s, merge it down with layer 14.  Leave layers 9 & 10 for now.

3. Highlight layer 1, s/sa/fl/defl. Open your closeup tube and mirror, c/p as a new layer positioning it so the face is in the selected circle. Invert and tap delete. Repeat this on layer 2 after your mirror your closeup again.  With my tube, I chose not to change the colors of the layer circles, or use any blend mode changes on my tube.  As with any tutorial, you do what pleases you the most for your tag.  Add a d/s to layers 2 & 4 of direction 335, distance and blur 3, opacity 60.

4. Open your tube and r/s as needed. C/p as a new layer and leave in the center, but move her down so she's standing on the grass. Add a d/s of direction 335, distance and blur 10, opacity 31.

5. Now let's place some of these fantastic elements about. Start at the top of your layer palette and....
:::Open elem 5 and r/s 60%. C/p as a new layer moving it to the bottom of your tag, and down your layer palette to just above the mask layer. No d/s
:::Open elem 96 and r/s 50%. C/p and move a bit to the right edge of the previous element. No d/s on this layer.
:::Open elem 9, mirror and r/s 25%. C/p as a new layer just below your tube layer and position it on the bottom left of the tag. Add an eyecandy d/s of direction 5, distance and blur 10, opacity 24.
:::Open elem 34 and r/s 50%. C/p as a new layer in front of the treasure chest, repeat the d/s.
:::Open elem 40 and r/s 35%. C/p moving it up just a bit to the top of the square center.
:::Open elem 147 and r/s 75%. C/p as a new layer and move it to the upper right so it covers the template layer 9. Don't delete 9, just put the umbrella over it.
:::Open elem 3 and r/s 50%. C/p it moving it to the bottom right side of the tag.  Try to avoid covering the close up tube's eyes if you can.  Repeat the same d/s
:::Open elem 63 and r/s 25%. C/p below the treasure chest layer and move it up on the far right side in front of the previously placed element. Repeat the same d/s
:::Open elem 136 and r/s 50%. C/p as a new layer and move to the left so it covers layer 10.  Delete layer 10 and don't add a d/s to this layer.
:::Open elem 49 and r/s 35%. C/p as a new layer above layer 14 in your palette.  Position it so that it covers the bottom of the square. No d/s here.
:::Open elem 59 and r/s 45%. C/p as a new layer above the umbrella layer.  Move it up till the strings touch either side of the top of layer 14. Duplicate, on the original layer add a d/s of direction 266, distance and blur 10, opacity 60.  Merge the copy layer down.
:::Open elem 180 and r/s 30%. C/p as a new layer moving it under the grass layer on the right side.  Repeat the same heavy d/s as before as the bottom of it is covered.
:::Open elem 55 and r/s 50%. C/p as a new layer just below your tube layer.
:::Open elem 71 and r/s 50%. C/p as a new layer and add a d/s of Add an eyecandy d/s of direction 266, distance and blur 10, opacity 24.

6. Crop and/or r/s as needed, add your artist's copyright information and your name, delete the white bg layer and you're done if you don't choose to animate your tag!   But if you want the waterfall, leave the white bg layer there and continue.....

::::: TO ANIMATE :::::

7. Open elem 54 and r/s 75%. C/p as a new layer just above the umbrella layer, moving it slightly to the left till it's right on the edge of layer 15. Duplicate this layer 4X, for a total of 5 waterfall layers.  Rename the top waterfall layer "TOP" and lower the opacity of it to 50. Rename the rest 1, 2, 3, & 4, with one being the furthest down in your layers palette.  Hide layers 2, 3, & 4. 

8. Highlight layer #1 and use Eye Candy 4000's jiggle effect on it with the following setting:


Whatever number you have in random seed is fine. Now...
:::Hide #1, and un-hide #2 and highlight it. Repeat the Jiggle effect but tap on the random seed button to change it's number.
:::Hide #2, and un-hide #3 and highlight it. Repeat the Jiggle effect but tap on the random seed button again.
:::Hide #3, and un-hide #4 and highlight it. Repeat the Jiggle effect but tap on the random seed button.
:::With #4 still un-hidden, copy merged.

9. Open Animation Shop (A/S) and paste as a new animation.
:::Move back to PSP and hide #4, and un-hide #3, copy merged again.
:::Move back to AS and paste after current frame.
:::Move back to PSP and hide #3, and un-hide #2, copy merged.
:::Move back to AS and paste after current frame.
:::Move back to PSP and hide #2, and un-hide #1, copy merged.
:::Move back to AS and paste after current frame.

10. In AS, Edit and select all of your frames, tap 'Animation' and then frame properties. Change the number to 21, which slows down the animation.  Tap the 'view animation' button to see your gently flowing waterfall and save your tag as a gif. file


I've got a bit of exciting news to share with you all today.  A new forum has opened up for the tagging community, and I'm pleased to say I'm one of the moderators for it.
We've got all that you've come to expect from any tagging group
challenges, great games for taggers and non-taggers alike, prize contests, tag offers, etc.
What we're promoting more for our group, is the cultivating of true, honest and genuine friendships among our staff and members alike. One look at our Administrative Team and you know you're in for some amazing creativity and fun.

Lee Cat of "Facebook fame" 
Stu of Creative Crazy Scraps (CDO designer)
Jessica (Arizona) of Kisses & Dreams
Stayyseee of Stalked Inspirations
and lil' ol' me

I'd love you to join us

http://cherishedmoments.forumotion.net/forum





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