Create Delicious Cookie Text Using Photoshop

Create Delicious Cookie Text Using Photoshop
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Using the Rectangular Marquee Tool, draw a rectangular selection around the area you want to keep. Make sure that all the lines are inside the rack's base, nothing outside it or intersecting with it from the left and right sides, but leave some extra (10 - 15 px) parts at the top and the bottom. We will need those later on to create the shadow.
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Go to Select -> Inverse, and hit Delete to get rid of the unwanted lines..
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Create a new layer below the "Rack - V" layer and call it "Rack - H". Fill it with the Horizontal pattern. You can move the pattern around if you want to change its position.
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Once again, use the Rectangular Marquee Tool to select the parts you want to keep. This time, leave the extra parts on the right and left sides of the rack.
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This is what you should get.
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Step 12

Press the Ctrl/Cmd key, and click on the "Rack - V" and "Rack - H" layers to select them, then duplicate them and drag them so that they are below the original layers. Press Ctrl/Cmd + E to merge the copy layers, and rename the merged layer to "Shadow".
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Open the Rusty Texture image, then go to Edit -> Define Pattern and type in "Rack Texture" for the Name.
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Double click on the "Rack" layer to apply the following Styles: - Drop Shadow: Change the Distance to 2 and the Size to 8.
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- Bevel and Emboss: Change the Size to 7, the Highlight Mode color to #bfbfbf, and the Shadow Mode color to #797979.
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- Contour: Choose the Cove - Deep contour.
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- Pattern Overlay: Choose the "Rack Pattern".
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This should give the Rack a nice beveled and textured look.
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Step 13

Double click the "Rack - H" layer to apply the following Styles: - Drop Shadow: Change the color to #848484, the Distance to 0 and the Size to 4.
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- Bevel and Emboss: Change the Size to 4, the Highlight Mode color to #bfbfbf, and the Shadow Mode color to #797979.
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- Contour: Choose the Cove - Deep contour.
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- Pattern Overlay: Choose the "Rack Pattern".
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This is what you should get.
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Apply the same Layer Styles to the "Rack - V" layer. (Right click on the "Rack - H" layer, choose Copy Layer Style, then right click on the "Rack - V" layer, and choose Paste Layer Style).
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Step 14

Select the "Shadow" layer, change its Blend Mode to Multiply and it Opacity to 50%. With the Move Toolactive, use the Arrow keys to move the shadow around (to the left and downwards). The extra parts we left will ensure that no empty areas appear when the shadow is moved.
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Go to Filter -> Blur -> Gaussian Blur and set the Radius to 1.5.
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Once you're done moving the shadow, use the Ractagular Marquee Tool to select and delete the extra parts from the "Rack - V", "Rack - H", and "Shadow" layers.
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Step 15

The last thing we are going to do is toning down the colors, so this is optional. Click the Create new fill or adjustment layer icon and choose Vibrance.
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Set the Vibrance value to -15. Note: If the colors you get still look so red and vibrant, this might be caused by the color settings you have in Photoshop. To fix this, click the "Create new fill or adjustment layer" icon again, and choose Color Balance. With the Midtones option checked, change the Color Levels to -17, +4, -4.

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