Celtic Spring


This tutorial was written by me on February 26th, 2017 and is my own creation. Any resemblance to any other tutorial is purely coincidental and unintentional.

PSP Version used: PSP X5

This tutorial assumes you have a good working knowledge of PSP.


Tube of choice. I am using the art of Fiodorova Maria. You can purchase her tubes here.

PTU kit from Irish Princess Designs called Celtic Spring.


You can purchase this kit in the following stores:

Hania Design

Mystical Scraps

Smiley Creations

Mask 19 from HorsePlay’s Pasture. You can find it here.

Font of choice. I am using Hello Script.


EyeCandy 4000 Glass (optional)


Open a new blank image, 600 x 600.

Open your mask & Paper 12. Resize your paper by 60%. Copy & paste as a new layer onto your blank canvas. Apply your mask, merge group. Duplicate your mask layer, Effects > Artistic Effects > Haltone using the following settings:


Now let’s add our elements:

4 – resize by 50%. Place over the right side of the mask.
13 – resize by 60%. Place towards the bottom
18 – resize by 25%. Place to the bottom right.
90 – resize by 50%. Place to the bottom.
97 – resize by 40%. Paste as a new layer.
88 – resize by 60%. Place to the bottom left.
25 – resize by 50%. Place to the bottom.
22 – resize by 55%. Place to your liking.
70 – resize by 20%. Place to the bottom left of the stone.
47 – resize by 15%. Place to the bottom left of the harp.

Open your tube. Paste as a new layer above the duplicate mask layer. Place over the left side. On the mask layer, select all, float, defloat. On your tube layer, selections, invert & press delete. Deselect. Set the blend mode to Luminance, 38.

Paste your tube again, this time above the bubbles layer, resizing as necessary. Place a little to the right. Duplicate, gaussian blur 3.00. Set the blend mode to Soft Light.

Add your name & apply the EyeCandy 4000 Glass to your text if desired. Add your copyright & license info. Apply a drop shadow of choice, then merge visible. Save as a PNG.

Thanks for checking out my tutorials.


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