Tuesday, August 17, 2010


This tutorial was written in PSP 9 and can be used with any other version.

I assume that you have a working knowledge of PSP.


Supplies Needed:

Tube of choice/close up

Great scrapkit by TammyKat

Find her “Don't Bug Me” kit Here

it's only 1$ so get it while it lasts!!

fonts of choice, mask of choice

I used DBV Mask 109

Plugins Needed Optional:



I am using the artwork of Dean Yeagle

You can buy his tubes www.cilm.com


Let’s open your scrap pieces, open the pink oval frame with the blue butterfly on it, resize now go to image> canvas size 600x600 drag your fram up higher so we can work with it, grab your magic wand click on the inside of the frame selections all float> defloat> modify> expand by maybe 6 now copy and paste paper of choice, I used the red one. Open your tube I used a fun dean yeagle tube that matched the scrap perfect, add your drop shadow first after copying and pasting it on the frame now duplicate your tube layer drag the duplicated layer below the frame, and make sure the original is on top of the frame, use your eraser tool and take off the tube you want to hide.

Now that was easy! Now time for the fun part let’s bring out all of your elements, I used the clouds, the different colored butterflies, sun, leaf, ladybug, buggin wordart, ribbon, there is several colors of all of the bug elements, papers just everything has a color to match so choose which ones you want, resize all the elements place where you want use my tag as a reference or place them where ever you want, I also used the orange butterfly and the pretty white flowers from the dean yeagle tube itself, now add your drop shadow, now add your mask, your copyrights now you can add your name save as a PNG and you’re done.

Thanks for trying my tutorial.

Now lets see those results,

I hope you have enjoyed this tutorial!


This tutorial was written on August 17th, 2010 by Melissa.

In no way may this tutorial be copied to another

website without the creators permission. Any resemblance

to this tutorial is purely coincidental.

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