Pull up Photoshop and open up the Flair template by going to File > Open
. With the template open we are going copy our first design to our clipboard and then paste it on top of the template by going to Edit > Paste
You should have something which looks a little like this.
Before we begin lining up our design up we need to make the template visible. To do this visit the Layers
tab and move the Flair template above the design we just imported. If the Layers tab is not visible, go to Windows > Layers
and it will enable it.
On the Layers
tab there is a drop down menu which will be set to Normal by default. Set the mode to Overlay with the template layer still selected. You will now be able to see your design through the template.
Select the layer that your first design is on. Click on the Move Tool and make sure you have Show Transform Controls
checked at the top. Once this is turned on you will see some areas around the image that you can use to resize it. Grab one of the corners and hold down Shift on your keyboard. This will keep the image constrained perfectly so it's impossible to make it look squished or deformed.
Re size it so it fits within one of the circles. You should have something which looks like this.
We are now going to remove the areas that spill over in the other circles. There are a lot of ways we can do this but I've found the easiest way is to simply select the Rectangle Marquee Tool
and drag a rectangle over those areas. Once you're happy with your selection simply hit Delete
on your keyboard and the areas selected will be gone.
Here is what mine now looks like after I'm done deleting. Remember that anything that falls in the black areas on the template are not rendered, so as long as the design on one of the badges doesn't touch the white space on another, you're fine.
Repeat this process until you have all four of your designs on your image. You should have something which looks like this.