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  • randi gellis

    Step 1 Photoshop Tutorial- Polaroid Magnets [template using photoshop] •Open the downloaded Polaroid file in Photoshop, along with the photo you want to use. Using the Rectangular Marquee Tool (circled in orange), create a box around the portion of the image you want in the frame. •Click on the Move Tool (circled in black). You can use this to drag your selected image over onto the Polaroid template. •Your image might be a lot bigger than the template. Still using the move tool, drag the image down and over until you find a corner. •Click on the little square that will be at the corner of your image. Drag down diagonally to re-size the picture. (If there is no square or box around your image, click on the Marquee Tool again, right click the image, then click Free Transform). •Continue to move and size until your image is lined up and sized to the Polaroid frame. •Once you have your image centered, click away from the template (onto any other tool in the sidebar) and it will ask you if you want to apply the transformation. Click Apply. •Once you’ve filled all of your frames, print them off and finish making your magnets!'

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step 2 Photoshop Tutorial- Polaroid Magnets [template using photoshop] •Open the downloaded Polaroid file in Photoshop, along with the photo you want to use. Using the Rectangular Marquee Tool (circled in orange), create a box around the portion of the image you want in the frame. •Click on the Move Tool (circled in black). You can use this to drag your selected image over onto the Polaroid template. •Your image might be a lot bigger than the template. Still using the move tool, drag the image down and over until you find a corner. •Click on the little square that will be at the corner of your image. Drag down diagonally to re-size the picture. (If there is no square or box around your image, click on the Marquee Tool again, right click the image, then click Free Transform). •Continue to move and size until your image is lined up and sized to the Polaroid frame. •Once you have your image centered, click away from the template (onto any other tool in the sidebar) and it will ask you if you want to apply the transformation. Click Apply. •Once you’ve filled all of your frames, print them off and finish making your magnets!'

step 5 Photoshop Tutorial- Polaroid Magnets [template using photoshop] •Open the downloaded Polaroid file in Photoshop, along with the photo you want to use. Using the Rectangular Marquee Tool (circled in orange), create a box around the portion of the image you want in the frame. •Click on the Move Tool (circled in black). You can use this to drag your selected image over onto the Polaroid template. •Your image might be a lot bigger than the template. Still using the move tool, drag the image down and over until you find a corner. •Click on the little square that will be at the corner of your image. Drag down diagonally to re-size the picture. (If there is no square or box around your image, click on the Marquee Tool again, right click the image, then click Free Transform). •Continue to move and size until your image is lined up and sized to the Polaroid frame. •Once you have your image centered, click away from the template (onto any other tool in the sidebar) and it will ask you if you want to apply the transformation. Click Apply. •Once you’ve filled all of your frames, print them off and finish making your magnets!

step 4 Photoshop Tutorial- Polaroid Magnets [template using photoshop] •Open the downloaded Polaroid file in Photoshop, along with the photo you want to use. Using the Rectangular Marquee Tool (circled in orange), create a box around the portion of the image you want in the frame. •Click on the Move Tool (circled in black). You can use this to drag your selected image over onto the Polaroid template. •Your image might be a lot bigger than the template. Still using the move tool, drag the image down and over until you find a corner. •Click on the little square that will be at the corner of your image. Drag down diagonally to re-size the picture. (If there is no square or box around your image, click on the Marquee Tool again, right click the image, then click Free Transform). •Continue to move and size until your image is lined up and sized to the Polaroid frame. •Once you have your image centered, click away from the template (onto any other tool in the sidebar) and it will ask you if you want to apply the transformation. Click Apply. •Once you’ve filled all of your frames, print them off and finish making your magnets!

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