Scrapkit used for this tutorial is by Crazy Carita's Love in Paris'

Artwork by ęBarbara Jensen

Supplies (animation & mask)

#1. Open frame 4.png Shift + D to duplicate.. close the original the copy is now your working image

#2. Resize the frame 80%  go to Image/ canvas size  900 x 900 center justify

#3. Open p7.jpg paper  copy and paste it over to your working image.. place its layer

below the frame layer.  Apply your mask to this paper layer using the settings below

Merge/ merge group

 

#4. Using your magic wand tool  click on the inside of the frame layer... go to Selections/Modify/ Expand  10 pixels

INVERT  . Copy and paste p10.jpg paper over to your working image. position the paper as shown below.. then CUT

Select none

#5. Apply a 3d Drop shadow on your frame layer...Your image should look like below

#6. Open element 29.png  Resize 80%  Copy and paste its layer below the first frame

apply all your 3 D drop shadows on all the elements

#7. Copy and paste the tube your going to use to your working image

Move to the right of the image like below

#8.  Open the red rose 17.png resize 45% duplicate and resize the duplicated one 80%

16.png  resize 45% duplicate.. resize the duplicated leaves 80%

Put the leaves layers below the roses layers

open 5.png resize 75%

Open 7.png resize 50%

Open 8.png resize 75%  go light on the shadow on the lace.

open 22.png resize 65%

open 25.png resize 60%

open 30.png  resize 65%

open 18.png resize 50%

open 24.png resize 60%

#9. Add a new layer drag to bottom of layer palette.. and fill with white

below shows the placement of the elements.. I cropped it also... there was too much white at the top

#10 Flatten all the layers when you get all your elements like you want.. COPY MERGE

over to Animation shop...paste as a new animation. Open the heart animation that was in the supplies zip.

The heart animation has 17 frames.. Duplicate your new animation till it has 17 frames... Drag F: 1 of the heart animation

over to F:1 of your new animation.... position it  over where her elbows bend or where ever you want :)

Save as a GIF...Check your animation.. if it looks correct.. you should be done!

Toodles till next time