A Bit of a Bug

Supplies Needed

  • PSP- I used X but will work in any version
  • 1 Tube of Choice

  • I used the Artwork of Suzanne Woolcott 
    You will need to purchase a license to use her work 
    here from AMI. 
  • Filter DSB Flux
  • Font of choice
  • Scrapkit used is Bit of a Bug from Missy of Misfits Scrapz.
  • Please visit her blog site here
  • Second example is Happy Garden
  • Template #9 by Missy you can find it here

Okay let's get started

Open the Template 
Open your Tube or Image 
Open the Scrap Kit, I used Paper2, Paper8, Paper11,Bow2, Ladybug, Tag1, TextureTag1 

With the Template open, go to Image, Canvas Size, and change the width to 570, leave the height as is. 
On the template cross out Missy's written layer. 
Save template tag as A bit of a bug. 
Now starting on the bottom layer, scallope shape. 
Use your Magic Wand tool, to click inside the shape.
Layers new raster layer, Copy and paste paper as new layer, resize to suit. 
Selections Invert, on your paper layer hit delete on your keyboard, select none. 

Duplicate this layer. 
Effects, PlugIns, DSB Flux, Linear Transmission, 
Slice Size 2, Offset 3, Blend 50, Direction Horizontal, OK. 
Image resize that layer by 102%. 
Effects, Texture Effects, Weave,
Gap Size 1, Width 4, opacity 1, Weave Colour White, Gap Colour White, Fill Gaps Ticked, OK. 

On the top example a made a white border, its up to you if you would like to have one.
If so use the magic wand again on the grey scallope 
Selections, modify expand by 4 
Layer New raster layer, floodfill with white 
Selections, modify contract by 6 then hit delete on the keyboard.
Select none. 

On the black layer5 click inside, copy and paste paper as new layer, resize to suit.
Layers invert hit delete on the keyboard. 
Select none.

Add white frame as above if desired. 
With your magic wand click inside the frame layer and add your image as new layer, you may need to resize and rotate this slightly.
Repeat steps above for the 2 flowers, or just add some from the kit. 
Add a tag, bow and any other extras you like from the kit 

Add your name, and all appropriate © 

That’s it, all done. 

Once happy with your creation 
Resize all layers to your liking 
and your done. 

Hope you enjoyed my tutorial 

Here is another version of the same tut


Layout and Tutorial ©Janelle written on July 27th, 2008. 
Any similarities to this tutorial are purely coincidental & unintentional. 
This represents my thoughts and creations. 
Registered with Tutorial Writers Inc. 
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