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Creating Invitation Card Using Photoshop
From Start menu open Photoshop Width 500 Height 500 Mode RGB and Background White
create a new layer
Choose the Rectangular Marquee Tool and draw a rectangle.
Fill this selected area with a light color. I have used #e7dfbb here. Press Ctrl+D.
Create a new layer and fill the selection with gray color with opacity 51% I have used
#cbcac3. Now go to Filter > Noise > Add Noise. Set these settings Amount 10% Distribution Gaussian and select Monochromatic, and press ok. Now go to layer palette change the mode Normal to Overlay.
Create a new layer from the layer palette and go to Filter=> Render=>Clouds.
Now again go to Layer Mode change Normal to Color Burn and reduce Opacity to 80%.
This step is to distort the edges to give it a nice appearance
Select the Layer 1 and then go to Filter=>Distort=>Wave, to bring up the Wave window.
Set the number of Generators to around 1. Set the Wavelength Min 10 Max 120 Amplitude Min 5 and Max 35 keep selected the Sine and click the Randomize couple of times until you get proper edges.
Repeat this same step for all the layers.
Now Double click on the Layer 1 a Layer Style menu will appear and select Drop Shadow.
Now select Layer 1 and Create a new layer from the layer palette option make thin selection with the help of Rectangular Marquee Tool and Fill the selection with color code #8f3204.
Now go to Filter=>Distort=>Twirl.
Now right click on this layer and select Duplicate Layer
Now go to Edit=> Transform=>Flip Horizontal.
With the help of move tool bring it down near bottom of the card.
Go ahead add your own text and your invitation card is ready.
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