The first thing you need to do is open your image in photoshop and make the canvas bigger to make space for your tape.
Once you've selected the tape, copy it and paste it onto your original photo.
Now adjust the size and location of your tape. I like to use the Command+T (Control+T for PC users) shortcut; it will allow you to size and rotate the tape. I like to make it slightly tilted--it gives it more of a messy-tape feel!
In the "Layers" tab, adjust the Opacity of the tape to show a hint of the photo underneath.
That's it! Play with using different colors and textures of the tape, layer pieces, and have fun! It's such an easy way to jazz up your image.
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