Go to Edit > Define Custom Shape menu, name it “metro arrow”, then click OK. This is the way to save your custom shape, so you can easily use it to another document just by drawing with the Custom Shape tool.
Now back to our first document window, the one with the sun island and water sport picture. Draw a dark brown circle (#b5a294) with the Ellipse tool. Write a blue (#018dc0) header text and two dummy paragraphsÂ using the Horizontal Type tool.
In case you didn’t know, Photoshop can make this step easier by providing the placeholder text, which is accessible from the menu Type> PasteÂ loremÂ ipsum.Â What you need is create a paragraph text box in order to make the menu available.
Grab the Custom shape tool, set the color to white. Choose and draw the “metro arrow” shape inside the dark brown circle.
Select the four layers, group it in a folder named “left text”.
Add more text on the document’s right side, which is a brown header text and four bullet list paragraph. Draw four metro arrow shape as the bullets, but this time set the color to blue.
Grab the Brush tool. From the option bar, set brush opacity to 50% and choose dark brown as the brush color. Click the brush option button, choose Load Brushes. Search and load the desired custom brush, in this example isbeach icon brush.
In the load brush dialogue box, click the Append button. ThisÂ shallÂ adds beach icon brush to the brush list, not replacing them.
Add a new layer with the name “flower”. Pick a flower shaped brush and click once on the canvas to draw it.
Downscale the flower with the free transform command. But before that, make sure you already convert it to Smart Object first.
Using the Type tool, add subtitle “Flower Garden” below flower shape.
Add more beach icons with the Brush tool. Convert it to smart object, make it smallerÂ and don’t forget to add subtitles below each of them.
Select the beach icons dan subtitle layers, group them as usual. Rename the group to ‘features’.
Grab the Custom shape tool. Click the gear button located on the custom shape list window, choose Web category. Click Append when the confirm dialog appear.
Repeat Step 45 to load another custom shape, which is ‘Objects’ category.
Write down some placeholder text for phone number, email and website for the travel agent. Add the phone, web and mail symbols using the Custom shape tool.
Add placeholder text for the travel agent’s name.
Grab the Custom Shape tool again, load another custom shape category “Symbols“.
Select and draw the airplane shape. Set the color to white, and then place it at the right side of the travel agent text.
To make it look more fancy, use the Drop Shadow layer style for the airplane shape. Follow Drop Shadow settings shown in the image below.
As usual, group text and airplane layer to maintain order and also keep the layers panel look clean.
Until this step, the flyer tempate doesn’t have a title yet. Let’s add them using a white bold text as shown in the image below.
Use drop shadow layer style to make the title text look cooler. Tweak the drop shadow setting as you may see below.