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In this tip, create any word and paste a watercolor background into it. We will now enhance them using filters and effects. The following are a variety of experimentations using Watercolor Backgrounds for Photoshop.

In Adobe Photoshop, type in your headline using the text tool on it's own layer. With the magic wand, select each letter.
1. Choose Select > Inverse to select everything but the type.
2. Choose the delete key to knock out the background.
3. Choose Layer > Type > Render Layer. Your type is now ready to manipulate. - With the magic wand select each letter.

1. Copy and Edit > Paste Into your texture of choice.
2. Stroke the path with a 1 pixel black line - Edit > Stroke
3. Choose the Layer > Effects >Drop Shadow
4. Choose the Layer > Effects >Bevel and Emboss>Inner Bevel

1. Copy and Edit > Paste Into your texture of choice.
2. Stroke the path with a 1 pixel black line - Edit > Stroke
3. Choose Filter > Stylize > Diffuse

1 Don't knock out the background but select each letter.
2. Copy and Edit > Paste Into your texture of choice.
3. Choose Filter > Distort > ZigZag Amount 12, Ridges 15, Small Pond.
4. Choose the Layer > Effects >Bevel and Emboss>Inner Bevel

1. Copy and Edit > Paste Into your texture of choice.
2. In the layers Palette, click on the mask icon of your layer.
3. Choose channels > layer 1 mask
4. Choose Filter > Sketch > Plaster 25,8 Top Left

1. Copy and Edit > Paste Into your texture of choice.
2. Stroke the path with a 1 pixel black line - Edit > Stroke
3. Choose the Layer > Effects >Bevel and Emboss>Pillow Emboss

1. Copy and Edit > Paste Into your texture of choice.
2. Choose Filter > Artistic > Rough Pastels
3. Choose the Layer > Effects >Inner Shadow

1. Copy and Edit > Paste Into your texture of choice.
2. Choose Filter > Distort > Ocean Ripple
3. Choose the Layer > Effects >Inner Shadow

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