Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Using Photoshop to Add Sentiments to Your Cards

Several months ago, I made a video on how to add sentiments to Cricut Images using Word. Since then I have received numerous emails asking me to do a similar video on how to use Photoshop to add sentiments

I try to match the shape as closely as possible to one of the marquee tool shapes in Photoshop. If it is an unusual shape, I pick one that is approximately the same shape. Please watch the video for complete details!



Thanks for visiting and stay tuned for a fun Fab Five Friday! And thanks again for all the get well wishes!

Linda

7 comments:

Angi said...

I've been using photoshop more and more these days. I sooo need this. :)

Anonymous said...

Linda,thanks for this! I so need to practice.

Megan

GabyCreates.com said...

Hi Linda, miss visiting...it's been a while...
Cannot watch video from work but I am sure it is great as all your videos are...
Thanks for your comment over at She'sASassyLady and my tutorial! Hugs ~Gaby

Linda Kaiser said...

Gaby, you are so welcome. I love your post!!

Linda

Kim said...

I hope you don't mind if I add a little different spin to your wonderful instructions... Generally I have already created my shape, I scan my die cut and save it as a jpeg. I open that file in PS Elements so I have the exact same size of my shape. Then I can add my text. I do the same steps as you do for printing. By scanning my shape, I never have to worry about figuring out the size of the image or text (I'm very size challenged!) and I can get exact placement with my text. I love all of your tutorials and have learned so much from you. Keep up the great work.

Linda Kaiser said...

Kim, thanks so much for the great idea! I love hearing wonderful tips like yours!

Thanks again!

Linda

MelodyR aka Ry&MysMom said...

I love this trick - saves me money from purchasing a bunch of sentiment stamps ;). Thanks for sharing!

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