Stickered Text

  1. Open Photoshop, make your foreground color to white and background color to black, now create a new document with measurements
    1920 px x 1080 px and the Background Contents option to Background Color.
  2. Use the Horizontal Type Tool and click type in “Sticker” using Poplar Std as the font and 300 pt as the font size.
  3. Now add a color overlay with a number code of “d43d3d”.
  4. Now add a stroke with a solid color of white and a size of 50 px.
  5. Now convert the text layer to a smart object.
  6. Now go to pattern overlay in the layer styles and change the patterns to “color pattern”.
  7. Now choose any of the patterns there and apply the following settings to the pattern overlay.
  8. Now rasterize the layer then convert it back to a smart object and rasterize it again.
  9. Now use the polygonal lasso tool to select the edge that you want to peel off.
  10. Now right click on the selection and choose “layer via cut”.
  11. Now go to Edit > Transform > Rotate 180 degrees.
  12. Now apply a color overlay of a solid white color. Then apply a satin with the following settings.
  13. Now use the magic wand tool to select the peeled layer of the sticker and then create a new layer.
  14. Now with the new layer selected select the brush tool and reduce the hardness to 0%.
  15. Now gently stroke the brush tool to the edge of the peeled layer to make a new shadow – like effect to the peel.
  16. Now using the magnetic lasso tool select the sticker itself, and then create a new layer.
  17. Now with the brush tool, gently stroke around the edge where the peel is until you make a new shadow – like effect on the sticker.
  18. Congratulations you have now finished this activity!