How to Blur Edges in Photoshop Elements?

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Pick image to make it blurry. Open it in Photoshop, and in the layer pallet grab the background image and drag it to the Create a new layer button. Press P which is your Pen Tool and make sure you have set the pen to paths at the top of the page. Draw a rough outline and click your right mouse button and go to Make Selection and click ok. Now press CTRL and C, and then press CTRL and V to create a new layer (x) of that image. Now go to Layer/New Adjustment layer/Black And White and click ok on the menu. Now drag these 2 layers above all other layers. Click on the (x) layer and press P which is the Pen Tool and draw very carefully round the main object, then right click on your mouse and go to Make Selection. Now press CTRL and C and then press delete on your keypad and Then Press CTRL and V. Now call the new layer (y) and drag it to the top of all layers. Ok final step. Now click on the first and go to Filter/Blur/Motion Blur and set it to Angle 17 and Distance 25px.
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