Scrapkit used for this tutorial is by Amalie designs ' Pretty Spring'

Artwork of ©Stella Felice


March 10, 2016 

This tutorial was written using PSP X6.


#1.  Make a new image 900 x 900.

Open paper 11.jpg  drag over to your new image.

Apply the mask that's in the supplies zip. Using these settings below.

Duplicate the mask layer and merge down on them.. where there is just one mask layer.

#2. Open element 11.png (round frame) Copy and paste it over to your working image.

Apply a 3d drop shadow to it.

Use your deformation tool to pull out the corners of the mask layer

#3. Copy and paste the tube you're going to use to your working image

Open element 85.png (tall orchid flowers)

Open element 81.png (pink flower)

Open element 34.png (peach rose) resize 33%

Open element 40.png resize 35%

Open element 33.png (dk pink rose) resize 30% mirror

Open element 74.png (pink daisy) resize 40%

Open element 45.png (purple flower) resize 30%  flip

open element 65.png (leaves) resize 50%  duplicate and flip and mirror the duplicated one.

Open element 49.png (pink ribbon) cut it into two pieces. and position it where you want below all the flowers

This is what my image looks like below

#4. I resize all my layers 88%  and sharpened the tube layer once

 Right click on the top of the image window and COPY MERGED.

#5. Open your animation shop.. and open the two mng animation files that were in the supplies zip

Right click on the A.S. desktop paste as a new animation (from PSP)

The pink butterfly has 15 frames.. so duplicate the one frame of your new animation till you have 15 frames also

Ctrl + A to select all the frames on all 3 of the animations

Click, hold and drag F:1 of the butterfly animation over to F:1 of your new animation.  Don't let go of the mouse till you place the

butterfly where you want it.

The pink sparkles animation has 21 frames.. but it does matter.. just select all the frames and

Click , hold and drag F: 1 of the sparkles over to F:1 of your new animation.  Place it on one of the

flowers don't let go of the mouse till you have placed it where you want..

Check your animation.. if all looks ok.. Save as a GIF.


Till next tut..