Start by creating a new document with 600×600 pixels. Fill layer with color #0593a4.
Select the Custom Shape Tool and select one of standard Photoshop
shapes (Registration Target 2), which you can see on the picture below.
Set up foreground color as #02a0b3 and create shape similar to mine that
you can see on the picture below.
With new layer selected, rasterize shape by going to Layer > Rasterize > Shape.
Apply Filter > Distort > Twirl.
It is time to add inspiration phrases. I’m going to add text by curve
line. For this effect get out the Pen Tool (you need to make sure that
you’re working with Paths instead of Shape Layers). Draw out your line
Now you need to type text across the curve line. Update foreground
color to white color (#ffffff). Select Horizontal Type Tool, move cursor
perpendicularly to circle’s line and when it will be similar to waht i
have on image below type the text you want.
After typing, go to Layer > Rasterize > Type to rasterize
layer. Add more lines of text repeating all steps to get something
similar to what i have.
We need to add more decorative elements to our frame. Before we start
adding decoration elements, select Brush Tool and choose one of
standard brushes (Flowing stars) from Photoshop brushes gallery. If you
can’t find brush start by resetting brushes so standard ones appear
Press F5 to change other values for this brush:
Set foreground color to #a0d6dc. Select Pen Tool (you need to make
sure that you’re working with Paths instead of Shape Layers) and draw a
new curve line:
Create a new layer. Right-click on line and select Stroke Path.
Choose Brush on next dialog box. Make sure there is a tick next to Simulate Pressure.
Right-click again and selecte Delete Path. Repeat process a few more times to have something similar to image below.
We just need to add one dark spot to focus attention. Create a new
layer above background layer. Select Elliptical Marquee Tool to create
selection in the middle of canvas and fill selected area with color
Remove selection by pressing Ctrl+D and apply Filter > Blur > Gaussian Blur.