Download this tag right here.
Made from elements in my "Perfectly
Pink" kit from the DSP Store. You can purchase it right here!
(Step 1) Folding ribbons is pretty simple with PSP or any graphics
editor. Just get a ribbon (or a strip of paper). Cut two pieces
of ribbon equal in length.
(Step 2) Place the two pieces at an angle from each other like
shown below. I use the deform tool to rotate the pieces. Match
the left corners up and add a small shadow for dimension.
Step 3) This is fine, but the edge looks a bit flat, like its
just two pieces instead of a fold. so lets give it some shading.
Select on the two merged pieces, create a new layer and put some
dark paint on the edge of the ribbon.
(Step 4) Using your smudge tool with a regular
brush tip, just blend the paint to look like shading. You may
need to adjust the opacity too. Try it and see. You can always
delete the layer and try again.
(Step 5) Add your staple and give it a small
Now you can use it for many different things!
Use it as a tag topper as shown above, or use it for a photo accent.
Disclaimer: This tutorial is appropriate for most levels of
PSP users, however it does assume that you have a basic understanding
of the tools used in PSP. We have great beginner classes if you
need to learn more about the tools used in PSP.