Once youâ€™re done, double click the layer and add a drop shadow of a size of 6 with a distance and spread of 0. Now we can add a berry to the bottom vine:
Youâ€™re almost done, just hang in there! Go back to the original berry window, hit V and drag and drop the group onto the layer, this time you donâ€™t have to resize. Just rotate a bit and place it to the far left:
Repeat step number 45, only this time with the leaves. Go to the leaves window, drag and drop, and place in the far right:
Now for the final touch weâ€™ll be using a magical brush, free from brusheezy.com. If you donâ€™t have it, no problem! You can use two brushes of 2px and 3px sizes and dot on the design, and add some haze by adding a layer underneath and blurring it. If you use the brush, it should look like this:
Once you have it like this (make sure youâ€™ve brushed on a new layer!), you want to use a size 17 brush with 0% hardness to remove the excess, like this:
Now for the very last step: double click this layer (whether you used the magical brush or created your own dust) and click on â€˜Outer Glowâ€™. Leave settings at default and congratulations, youâ€™re done!
A slight variation: