How to create a recipe template in Photoshop
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Here is my final result:
Let’s start the tutorial! Open Photoshop and create a new document 1020 by 1550px
Select Paint Bucket Tool, set the foreground color to #a0e1db and click one time on your document. My result:
For logo I will add with Type Tool: “Recipe Website” and as a Tagline I will use “a design by trendyTUTS”. Please note that to create the logo I have used different fonts. For Recipe I have used “Avant que…” font, for Website, I have used “ariapenciroman” font and for tagline “a design by trendyTUTS” I have used “Agency FB” font.
On the right side I will create this shape, using Rectangle Tool. As a color I have used: #5ca499
Having Rectangle Tool selected, I will create another rectangle, but this time I will create a white shape. Color used: #f0ece9. With Type Tool I will add some text. Here is my result for this area:
With Rectangle Tool I will create this shape and I will apply this layer styles:
With Rectangle Tool I will create a small shape (rectangle) on the right side of the shape created on step 5, then I will apply this layer styles:
From Free Web Vector Icons, I will use a magnifier and I will place it exactly on the middle of the shape created on step 6, then I will apply this layer styles:
With Rounded Rectangle Tool (radius 10px) I will create this shapes:
For the first shape I will apply this layer styles:
For the rest of the shapes, this layer styles:
With Type Tool, I will add the links for navigation. My result:
With Rounded Rectangle Tool (with a radius of 10px) I will create first a white shape then on the top of this white shape I will create an orange shape, using Rounded Rectangle Tool.
With Rectangle Tool I will create this rectangle on the left side.
and I will apply this layer styles:
I will press Ctrl + T on my keyboard and from the bottom right corner I will flip the shape a little bit to the left. You should have something like this now:
Next I will create another shape and I will use all of the above steps with one single exception. When you will need to flip the shape, choose the bottom right corner and flip the shape to the right. To make it looks better I will add also an image. Here is my result:
On the right side of the images, created on step 10 & 11 I will add some text. Here is my result:
Using Rounded Rectangle Tool I will create this shape and I will apply this layer styles. With Type Tool I will add some text also.
With Rectangle Tool I will create this shape
and I will apply this layer styles
I will select ellipse tool and I will make this shape (black one)
I will apply a Gaussian Blur (Filter>Blur>Gaussian Blur) with a radios of 12px
Next I will select Rectangular Marquee Tool and I will make this selection
I will hit Delete button on my keyboard to delete the selection and then I will push Ctrl + D to deselect my selection. Here is my output (as you can see I have created a really nice shadow). Next with type tool I will add a some text:
Using some icons from our Kitchen/Cooking Vector Icons, I will create some paragraphs, just below the content area
Here is my final result:
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