Happy Tuesday! Hope you all had a great Thanksgiving! Spence, Nuna + I went low key + celebrated just the 3 of us together. After dinner, we spent the rest of the evening sipping blackberry rum fizzes, dipping italian herb bread in oil + vinegar we brought back from Sonoma + binge listening to Serial while Spence read coding tutorials + I doodled 🙂 ah, days off are the best!

But it’s back to the grind for now.. I’ve been thinking about fun holiday themed tutorials I could make this year and this was one of the first ones that came to mind. You can use it on greeting cards, e-cards, gift tags, wrapping paper – you name it! And you can use the same technique all year long. In this week’s tutorial, we’ll mask an image inside of text in Photoshop in a few quick and easy steps. Click on to get started!

What we’ll be making:

masking an image in text full preview

 

 

Here are some of the (free) links mentioned in the tutorial:

Fonts
Novecento Sans Wide Demi Bold (you’ll have to create a free myfonts.com account to download)
Nexa Rust Script (scroll to the very bottom and hit the green ‘Download 5 free fonts’ button)

Images
Holiday wrapping + garland
Winter scene

confetti
confetti

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  • Cool! I’m going to practice this now!!

    Thanks for sharing 🙂

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