Intertwined Title with a Layer Mask

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Intertwined Title with a Layer Mask

by Jenifer Juris
Quickly create the look of an intertwined title using the combination of a selection with a layer mask.
For this tutorial you’ll need:
  • A basic (sans serif) font, good examples are:
 Cicle, Didact Gothic, and Glacial Indifference (free at FontSquirrel)
  • The word art and quick page included in the download for this tutorial. (56MB)
  • Photoshop Elements or Adobe Photoshop

The download link above includes:
a video, a manual, 1 quick page, and 3 word art

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The download link for this video can be found above the video.

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22 Responses

  1. Joyce K
    | Reply

    I love this tutorial Jenifer! This is a technique I use all the time now! Thank you so much!!!

    • Jenifer Juris
      | Reply

      Woot! I’m so glad you love it and use it!! 🙂

  2. Linda C McGue
    | Reply

    I guess I need to be more proactive about downloading your info. I cannot find any link that is active today in order to download this interesting-sounding video and other files. Oh, well, lesson learned.

    • Jenifer Juris
      | Reply

      Hi Linda! I just initiated the download and it worked smoothly. Click on this phrase in the post:

      The word art and quick page included in the download for this tutorial. (56MB)

      Make sure you click on the last four words of the sentence. If you are still stuck, please email me and I’ll help you out!

  3. Bertiesmum
    | Reply

    This is the best post. You have made it so very easy. Thank you.

    • Jenifer Juris
      | Reply

      You’re welcome! I’m so glad you enjoyed it! 🙂

  4. Coralie B
    | Reply

    Many thanks for this great tutorial, explained so well. Sooo much easier than the old way I have done this years ago.

    • Jenifer Juris
      | Reply

      You’re very welcome! 🙂

  5. Lorrilee Stackhouse
    | Reply

    I can’t find a link to download the files.

    • Jenifer Juris
      | Reply

      Hi Lorrilee!

      I’m so sorry you missed seeing it. Find this sentence in the list of things needed for the tutorial:

      The word art and quick page included in the download for this tutorial. (56MB)

      The last few words of the sentence contain the download link. I hope that helps! 🙂

  6. JUDY
    | Reply

    Thanks Jenifer! What a fun tutorial!

    • Jenifer Juris
      | Reply

      You’re welcome!! 🙂

  7. Loretta Habig
    | Reply

    I have done some intertwining with fonts before but not by highlighting the one word like you did with “best”. That made that so much easier than the way I’ve done it. Thanks so much for the great tutorial! Very helpful!

    • Jenifer Juris
      | Reply

      You’re so welcome! 🙂

  8. Michelle
    | Reply

    Thank you. that really makes the words pop.

    • Jenifer Juris
      | Reply

      You’re welcome!! 🙂

  9. Barbara Gandy
    | Reply

    I love the new format for the 2020 tutorials which includes a video, manual, and whatever else is needed!!!!!

  10. Amma
    | Reply

    Thank you for sharing!

  11. Christine Bishop
    | Reply

    Thank you so much for this tutorial, Jenifer. You always explain things so thoroughly and show us ways to use them.
    Christine

    • Jenifer Juris
      | Reply

      Thank you! I’m so glad you enjoyed the tutorial! 🙂

  12. Kathleen Larsen
    | Reply

    Thank you for this tutorial! It really makes a classy look. But I have a question – how can I unload some of the fonts that show up when I want to choose??? There are so many – I’d like to only see a few favorites and standards, not every one that is in residence on my computer. Thanks in advance if you can help. I use Photoshop Elements 15.

    • Jenifer Juris
      | Reply

      Hi Kathleen! I’m so glad you like the tutorial. 🙂 As far as the fonts go, in PS Creative Cloud, you can sort fonts by favorites but that is not a feature PSE has. Are you a member of our Digital Scrapper Community FB Group? If so, you could ask your question there. If you are a Windows user, I believe there are some other software options available for font management that *might accomplish what you want but since I’m a Mac user, I’m not sure what they are. The ladies in our community group would be able to help with that.

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