Scrapkit used for this tutorial is Tiny Turtle Designs ' Sweet Rose' kit

Artwork of ŠAnna Liwanag also used.. you must purchase her tube HERE.. and have

a license to use.. Mine is CDO-2339

I made this tutorial using PSP X 6 version. Any version can be used with a few tweaks :)

 

Supplies (WSL_Mask  ,2 animation files and word text art)

 

#1. Open paper 17.jpg.  Shift + D to duplicate the window , close the original image.. the copy is now your

working image.

#2. Go to layers/load/save mask/ load mask from disk.  Use these settings below.

Merge/ merge group

#3.  Image/ Canvas size/ 900 x 900 center justify.

#4. Open rose element 89.png  copy and past it over to your working image.

Use your magic wand tool to select inside the oval frame.  go to Selections/ modify/ expand 10 pixels.

#5. Open paper 6.jpg resize it 65%  copy and paste it over to your working image.. its layer below the oval frame

INVERT the selection and CUT on the paper layer. Apply a 3D drop shadow on the frame.

#6. Open the tube that's the close of of the girl. have her layer below the oval frame layer but above the paper you just

deleted the extra paper on the edges.

Resize the tube her 80% Use your eraser tool to erase the parts of the tube that you see past the edges

of the frame.

#7. Set the tubes layer mode to Luminance (L)  Merge down on the tube and its background paper then merge down

the frame and tube and bkg layer. Position them as shown below.

#8. Open element 14.png  Copy and paste it over to your working image below the mask layer.. mirror it.

Duplicate the layer.. put one top left.. one at bottom left.

Resize ALL layers 88%.  Go to image/ canvas size 900 x 900  Center justify.

Below it shows where I turn the top of element14.png to the right some, so more of the splatters show

#9. Open element 53.png (fan) Use the deformation tool to turn the fan.. as shown below.

Place it below the frame layer above the mask layer.

As a general rule when your use the deformation tool to move or turn an element you need to sharpen once.

#10. Open element 56.png.. copy and paste it over to your working image.. go to Image/ free rotate

#11, Open element 69.png (bow) resize 60%

Open element 86.png resize 50%

Apply a 3D drop shadow on the fan.. using these settings.

all other shadows are in black

#12. Open the Grn&Purpleleaf.png  put a few below the flower layers

#13. Open the main tube your going to use.. if you use the same one.. notice how her legs are cut off..

which I don't like :) I used the eraser tool with these settings

and erased the bottom of her legs where it was flat across

#14. Add a new layer and move to the bottom of the layer palette.. fill with white.

Open the text art that was in the supplies zip.... resize 15%  copy and paste it over

to your working image...Position how you'd like it..

You might have some extra white at the bottom of your image.. you can crop now.

I also resize ALL layers 88%

Right click on the top of your image...*no need to merge the layers a certain way this time *

COPY MERGE

#15. Open your animation shop... Right click in A.S. as a new animation.

Open the two animation files that were in your supplies zip.

The singlefairy.mng has 20 frames... the smallpinkheartdrop.mng has 28 frames

on your new animation that you pasted from PSP... duplicate the single frame there till you have 28 frames..

it won't matter that the two mng files have different amount of frames..

do the smallpinkheartdrop animation first... Click, hold and drag F:1 of the small pinkheartdrop animation.

. over to F: 1 of your new working animation from PSP

I place the hearts on top of the frame on the girls close up picture.

it took me a couple of times of undoing to get them positioned like I wanted.

Using the single fairy ani next.. I started on F: 4 of the working animation.. and dropped F:1 of the single fairy ani over to F: 4 of the working animation.

That way it don't start till after the hearts start to drop.

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

You should be done :)