Make your own St. Patrick’s Day apron in three easy steps

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Make your own St. Patrick’s Day apron in three easy steps

OK. St. Patrick’s Day is coming and I though I’d prepare something original for the occasion.

St. Patricks Day apron. I mean, everybody’s got a T-shirt already, inn’it?

Apron for St. Patrick’s Day with Irish saying by “unnamed author”)

For every wound, a balm.
For every sorrow, cheer.
For every storm, a calm.
For every thirst, a beer.

Make your own St. Patricks Day apron in three easy steps

So, here is a short “How-to” make something like this on Zazzle.

1. STEP ONE
In Photoshop, create a document 7×8 inch on 200 dpi (you could do it on 300dpi just to be on the safe side when it comes to quality, but 200dpi will work fine as well):

Make your own St. Patricks Day apron in three easy steps 1

2. STEP TWO
Now select a color by clicking on a “Foreground color” in PS main toolbar. In my case that was #107208 in hexadecimal (that’s R: 16, G: 114, B:8 in RGB color system)

Make your own St. Patricks Day apron in three easy steps 2

3. STEP THREE
Load the brushes set (if you need more help on how to load brushes in Photoshop please visit “How to Install and Use Brushes in Photoshop“), select the brush you want and place it on the document :). Add some text (like the one at the beginning of this post) and save it as JPG at max quality (12).

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Now you can upload this JPG to zazzle and apply it on t-shirts, mugs, bags… apron! Zazzle will do the rest of the work for you.

Just remember: have fun! Always! Simply because life is pointless without having a fun!

XOXO,
Silvia


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