For this Tutorial you will need.
A Tube of your choice I am using the awesome artwork of © Anna Marine ,
You will need a lincence to use her artwork. You will find her at CDO.
Elements and Papers from a scrap Rustlings Leasves by *DarkMoon's Dreams *
you can find it Here.
Drop Shadow of choice.
Remember to Save Often!!!
Open new image 700 x 700 transparent background.
Paste frame02 as new layer, add drop shadow.
Click inside with Magic wand-selections-Mpodify-Expand by 4.
Paste paper 03 as new layer-Selections-Invert-hit delete, move below frame layer.
Paste paper 02 as background layer.
Paste branch 03 as new layer above background layer, resize to fit add drop shadow.
Paste your main tube and resize if needed. Add drop shadow.
Draw out a square around the top of the tube.
Selections-Promete Selections to layer,Deselect then
move above branch 03 layers.
Paste leaves 01 as new layer resize then postion, add drop shadow.
Paste branch 02 as new layer above frame layer, add drop shadow,
duplicate-Image-Mirror. Add drop shadow.
Paste branch as new layer, resize position add drop shadow.
Paste banch 04 as new layer, resize position add drop shadow.
Paste mushroon 02 as new layer resize position add drop shadow.
Paste bird as new layer resize position on top of mushroom, add drop shadow.
Paste acorn 01 as new layer resize position then add drop shadow.
Paste squirrel as new layer resize position near acorn add drop shadow.
Paste scarecrow 01 as new layer resize position on side if frame, add drop shadow.
Paste broom as new layer position on side of frame than add drop shadow.
Right click on backgrund layer-Merge visible, then apply these settings
using Filters Unlimited 2.
Add your Artist © and your name then crop and save.
This is only a guide and feel free to use any other element you wish.
Most of all have fun creating.
Thank you for using my tutorial.
Written and copyrighted to Maree (aka Falcon) on 5th September 2011.
Under no uncertain terms are you allowed to make money
from anything produced from this tut, this is against my TOU's.
Any similarities to this tutorial are purely coincidental.