Greetings! Let's get to it.
1. Make a Photoshop document according to the settings shown below:
2. Create text using the Cooper Std Black font and type the word "Thanksgiving" (it's a holiday, ya know!). I started with a font size of 36 pt, oh! and make the text color black, black as night, my friends!
3. Once you've typed the text, choose the move tool (v) and hit Command (crtl) T to activate the transform tool. Re-size the text so it looks like the example below (just eye-ball it, no worries about perfection here, folks):
4. Now let's get down to some Blending Options, shall we? Simply double click on the text layer in the layers palate or right click on the layer and choose Blending Options all the way at the top. For yoks and giggles, choose Color Overlay as the first stop in our visit to Text Style Land - choo, choo! Here's the settings for that:
5. Now let's add a sprinkling of Inner Glow. Here's those settings:
6. Bevel and Emboss is our next destination, there's two groups of settings for this: one for the actual Bevel and Emboss and the other for the Contour.
Here's the B&E settings:
And here's the contour settings:
7. Drop Shadow, next stop... All aboard!!!
8. Time to add a stroke - this one's subtle but effective:
9. Time for an outer glow:
10. And lastly, a gradient overlay shall finish our text style:
11. With the text tool chosen, click and drag to highlight the word "Thanksgiving". Quick tip: you'll know that your cursor is ready to highlight existing text when the dotted box around the cursor disappears - otherwise, when you click, PS will make a new text layer instead - naughty Photoshop!
12. With the text highlighted, click on the icon that looks like a distorted 'T' (third from the right) in the Options Bar (the group of settings that run just under the menu bar.) The setting we're looking for is called "create warped text".
Once you've chosen that tool, choose the following settings:
13. Now your text looks truly spectacular if I may so myself.
Two more bits, first let's duplicate the image from the graphic called 'Eat Beef.psd' into our document and transform it so it looks like this:
14. Give it an outer glow with these settings:
15. And lastly (finally!) open up the image called 'Steak.jpg' and duplicate it into our project and make it the bottom layer - you should hopefully end up with something that looks like this: