I recently had a request to re-post this tutorial from MOC 2015 on how to use Puppet Warp... so here you go! Enjoy! Also, please note this is only for people who have Photoshop CS5 and above... Hello everyone! Today I am super excited to show you a little trick to modify elements like strings to make them work perfectly on your page. Sometimes I'll pull a string or ribbon onto my page and no matter which way I rotate or shrink the element, it'll cover something on my page that I want shown. Rather than just cut off that part of the string or ribbon, I use Puppet Warp to modify my string or ribbon just like bending it or forming it with my own hands. On my page below you'll see that the bottom bit on the twine string is covering part of my journaling and I just didn't like the shape as it came in. To manipulate my string, I want to use Puppet Warp. Do do this, I clicked Edit (in the menus along the top of Photoshop) and then clicked on Puppet Warp. (make sure you have the string layer selected in the layers palette) This will add a mesh over the whole string. All you have to do is click around a few places on the string that you don't want to move. These are your anchor points. Once you have those just click and drag on the portion that you want to move and drag it around until you get it how you want it and then click the check mark or hit enter to complete the warp. The picture below shows where I added anchor points (with yellow arrows) and the pink arrow is where I clicked and dragged the part I wanted to move: It is amazing how Photoshop can bend a string or ribbon without making it look stretched out or blurry! Here's my page after I Puppet Warped my string: Easy Peasy! Have fun!