I've used Photoshop for years, but I'm not a pro, so I'm super-good at some things and a total n00b at others. So I'm trying to do a little digital scrapbooking, and I have a slightly wrinkled-looking paper hang-tag thingy that I want to "write" on. My handwriting sucks, though, so I'm actually going to use a font layer. My question is this. The "paper" has creases and whatnot in it and is very realistic (it's either a super-high quality scan or an amazingly talented artist made it, or both). So when I put my text on it, is there any way to let some of that underlying "texture" come through, so it looks more like the text was on it before it was crumpled up? I suspect that the "blending options" may be of use here, but I don't know where to start. Do you have any other tips/links to tutorials/learned wisdom about making typed text look a little less perfect? I don't want it to be "grunge"... just more realistic than perfectly-smooth-text-with-no-depth-or-texture-over-photorealistic-paper. Here's the image I'm starting with... http://img.skitch.com/20090103-qhy11is13jiw1dff1jsbgg3exr.png Thanks!