If you'd like to link to this tutorial, or print for your own use. Please feel free to do so. This tutorial was written using PSP 9. This will also work for 8, 9, 10 and 11.. and 12...
This one is really easy and fun, and will not take no time! I suggest you learn how to Separate Glitter, and make a glitter text before trying this tut, otherwise you have no glitter text to add to a Image!
Ok, we're going to a Imagethat you'd like to use that you have..
Ok, we're going to open it up in Animation Shop, as well as our Glitter Text.
Ok, once we have our Image and Glitter text open in AS, we need to check and see how many frames our glitter text has..The usual is 3, but if you've used one that has more than that, just count them and make sure how many..
Now, how ever many frames your glitter text has, we need to give our Image that many as well, to do that you need to left click on the Image, right click, click duplicate, and do that step until your Image has as many frames are your glitter text. If you make one frame to many, don't worry, just left click on the frame you need to delete and right click and hit delete.
Now that our Image has as many frames as our glitter text, we need to go to our glitter text, left click on the first image, push ctrl+A together, this will select all glitter text frames, we then need to right click, click copy. Now we go over to our Image, we need to left click the first Image frame, push Ctrl+A together, this will select all Image frames. Now, right click the Image, click paste, and 4 options will drop down, you need to click "Into Selected Frame" Now your glitter text will be in your Image, place it where you want it, and you're done!
If you need to crop your image, click the crop tool, 4th tool on the tool bar, click that, and draw a rectangel around your Image, and left click twice, and your image will be cropped.
CONGRATULATIONS! You've just completed this tutorial! Great job!
I hope you've enjoyed this tutorial, as much as I have enjoyed writing it!
This Tutorial was Written out by me, Ann. If there is any resemblance to any other tutorials, it's coincidental..Please do not claim this Tutorial as your own