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Old 09-17-2010, 12:29
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Default bottle cap background template question

i usually google everything i need questions to. but i dont even know how you would word this.
so i make my own bottle cap images. i want to make tons of alphabet images. i just listed a halloween initial sheet right now. but i've noticed that the backgrounds on each circle arent the same. how would you go about doing that with photoshop?
i've noticed a few other ladies on etsy with initials and theirs are perfect. you can tell they are exactly the same. im confused and im sure with my images not being perfect nobodys going to buy them.

i dont know! if you can explain to me or have a suggestion on how to google it. i would really appreciate it.

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Old 09-17-2010, 08:25
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Default Re: bottle cap background template question

I have only done 1 alphabet sheet & how I made them all the same is to make 1 bottlecap as my base with the background. I then took the cap & added the initial to it & flattened it. I would open the base cap again & add the initial to that one. It took a little while but they all looked identical that way. After you do a few of them you get into a rhythm & it goes fairly quick. The first few took a little fumbling to get figured out.
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Old 09-24-2010, 10:43
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Default Re: bottle cap background template question

Forgive me if this isn't what you were looking for, but I'm not sure what you mean- but I AM pretty proficient with photoshop, so I wanted to try to help! Create your first one exactly how you want the rest of them to look then just duplicate the layer. (Right click on the layer and select duplicate..) Move each layer so they they're all lined up. Then do the same for the letters. Do the first one, then duplicate the text layer, edit it and change the letter and move it over to the appropriate background. HTH!
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