I am always looking for new tricks, tips and ways to do things – and I love this little tutorial from We Lived Happily Ever After. More advanced scrappers might find this a little easy, but when I see a tutorial like this, I always learn a little something new, even if it’s just a new away to think about how I do something! In this tutorial, I loved the idea of using the same background on the top layer – and using opacity (or blending modes, or layer styles…..) to differentiate them! Follow the link below to check out this fun tutorial on creating your own watercolor word art!
My lovely blogger friend, Lucy, over at Craftberry Bush, and I are teaming up to bring you guys some super fun Watercolor Freebies, and a super cool tutorial on how to use them in Photoshop. Head over to her post HERE to grab the watercolor freebies, and read the post below to see how you […]
Source: How to make Watercolor Word Art Using Photoshop | We Lived Happily Ever AfterWe Lived Happily Ever After
Thanks. This site these site give some great resources for backgrounds and fonts. I tried to use the instruction for Photoshop but it did not work for Elements, but I found a way to get the results. It was just a matter of using a clipping mask for the background onto the wordart and duplicating to intensify the colors. Looks the same.