Scrapkit used for this tutorial is FTU by Regina Falango 'Noel Country' or HERE

ŠPinup Toons artwork also used


Mura's Meister/ Copies  plugin needed


#1. Open element falangonoelcountryele (21).png  Shift + D to duplicate, close original

The copy is now your working image.

#2. Resize (all layers) 30%

#3. Image/ Canvas size/ 850 x 850 center justify

#4. Effects/Mura's Meister/Copies

Use the settings below.

#5. Image/resize 85%  have the resize all layers UN checked

#6. Open falangonoelcountrypap (6).jpg Resize 23%

Copy & paste it to your working image, close the original, don't save changes.

#7. Apply the mask to the paper layer.

 Layers/Load-Save Mask/Load from Disk find the mask on the drop down within the mask window.

#8. Use settings below

#9. Merge/Merge group

#10. Open paper falangonoelcountrypap (8).jpg  Resize 23%

copy and paste it into your working image.. have it below the frame layer..

#11. Highlight the frame layer.. use your magic wand and click on the inside of frame..

Selections/Modify/ Expand 10 Pixels INVERT

CUT or delete. all the extra outside the selection should be gone.. Unselect.

#12. Apply a 3D drop shadow on the frame layer V 3 H 3 Opacity 46% Blur 7.0  Black

#13. Open element falangonoelcountryele (14).png. Resize 30%

 Use your point to point selection tool

and cut off the left side of the bow at an angle.

I also used the deformation tool and turned the element to the left a lil.

I copied and pasted the tube that I used on there also.

Her layer is below the bow layer.

#14. Your working image should look like the below picture.

Below is a list of the elements I used.. in the order I put them on the working image.

#15. Open and resize

falangonoelcountryele (2).png     50%

falangonoelcountryele (3).png    10%

falangonoelcountryele (27).png    15% Duplicate and mirror

falangonoelcountryele (33).png    25%


falangonoelcountryele (6).png    23%

falangonoelcountryele (7).png    20%

falangonoelcountryele (8).png    25%

falangonoelcountryele (48).png   30%

See below to see how I positioned them.


Hope you enjoyed this simple lil tut.. till next time