Bowler Apple Hat Step1: Open the Apple file, Hat File and the Sky File Step 2: Using any of the selection tools, make a selection around the apple. Step 3: Copy your selection (ctrl+c). Step 4: Click on the sky picture and paste your apple on to the sky (ctrl+v). Step 5: Center the apple on the sky. Step 6: Click on the hat picture. Step 7: Using any of the selection tools create a selection of the hat (be sure not to have any of the shadow below). Step 8: Copy your selection (ctrl+c). Step 9: Click on the sky picture and paste the Hat (ctrl+v). Step 10: Go to the hat layer and transform (ctrl+t) the hat to be the size of the apple. (Don’t forget to commit). Step 11: Using the eraser tool find the “Soft mechanical brush 300” (it is on the Basic brushes palette). Step 12: Resize the brush to 1500px. Step 13: Start to erase your hat so that they apple shows through, make sure that you cannot see any edges of the apple through the hat. Step 14: Turn off the Hat layer. Step 15: Click the apple layer, and make a new selection around the apple. This time do not select the stem or the leaf. Step 16: After you have your selection completed go to Image>Adjustments>Hue & Saturation. Step 17: Check the colorize box and move the sliders to decide the color of your apple, click OK. Step 18: Deselect your apple (ctrl+d). Step 19: Turn the hat layer back on. Step 20: It is now time to save and flatten the image.