@fvcye2 - The best way in wrapcandy is to copy your image and adjust the colour bar to give a solid background, i.e. white or black, send to back, and make it slightly larger giving you the image of an offset. Hope the attached helps @jenel and @latitude you did know just didn't realise!
@wishfulthinker I honestly didn't know what she was talking about and had no idea how to do that in wrapcandy. I have always used Paint Shop for this.
Waaaay back when, I remember Paula (sure do miss her) had a thread about all the amazing things you could do in wrapcandy.