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How to make a valentine card

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Learn a easy technique to make a valentine card. It is very interesting design, I hope you will like it. Follow now step by step instruction to make it.

How to make a valentine card

Learn a easy technique to make a valentine card. It is very interesting design, I hope you will like it. Follow now step by step instruction to make it.

New File: Take a new file with any size as you required.

Duplicate Copy: Make duplicate copy of the layer to apply gradient effect.

Effect: Go to Layer Menu > Layer Style > Gradient Overlay, Inner Shadow and use same both settings.

Pen Tool: Choose Pen tool with "FB5764" color and make this shape.

Effects: Go to Layer Menu > Layer Style > Gradient Overlay and use settings.
Go to Filter Menu > Blur > Gaussian Blur and use settings.

You will have similar.

Add Flowers: Capture any flower image from any where then add in your card.

Heart Shape: Choose Custom shape tool (U key) and select heart shape then draw in you card as given below.

Bevel and Emboss: Go to Layer Menu > Layer Style > Bevel and Emboss and apply same settings.

You will get it.

Write text: Choose Horizontal type tool (T key) and make formatting, click on the file to write as here.

Little Heart: Choose heart shape again and draw on the top left corner as here.

Effect: Go to Layer Menu > Layer Style > Gradient Overlay > Bevel and Emboss apply same both settings.

Your file will look like this.

Write Text: Write another text "Message" as given below.

Another Little Heart: Make duplicate layer of the little heart and set on the top left corner.

This will come out.

Final Result

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