For this image, you're talking about the Clone tool. Keep changing the source of the clone and paint over the areas you want to correct.
For this picture I replaced the background and added a frame, See print screen with the layer structure.on the link above.
- Open picture file
- Duplicate the background layer
- Access eyedropper tool to sample the two beige colors in the original background, one color for background chip, other for foreground chip
- Access the magic wand tool, tolerance=32, contiguous unchecked. Click to remove most of the background
- Access the eraser tool to tidy up. The checkerboard pattern denotes transparency
- Open a blank layer between the background and background copy layers (Layer 1), go to Filter>render>clouds, then Filter>noise>add noise --3%
- Layer 2 is a blank layer used to clone 3-4 spots on the lady's hair
- Open a new, blank layer (Layer 3) at the top of the stack, and press CTRL+SHIFT+ALT+E on the keyboard to give us a composite layer
- Open a blank layer at the top of the stack (Layer 4)
- Go back to Layer 3, go to Select all. You should see marching ants around the entire picture
- Go back to Layer 4, go to Edit>stroke(outline) selection, with position inside, stroke width=18px, color does not matter
- Open the Effects palette, and in the drop-down select patterns, and use the wood pattern, apply
- Still in the Effects palette, go to Bevels and select scalloped edge, apply
- On layer #4 double click the fx to bring up the Style settings dialog and fine tune the bevel with the slider.
Thanks, I'll try these steps.
If you get stuck, let us know.
By the way, in step #6 you can use another background if you wish, e.g. gradient.