How to Create a Burger Menu Template in Photoshop

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Final product image
What You’ll Be Creating

This
tutorial shows you how to create a modern-looking burger menu template with Photoshop.
The main purpose of this tutorial is to teach you how to set up a document
ready for print, how to crop an image’s background, how to place graphics and
images into Photoshop, and how to create layers and layer groups.

The menu template we will be creating is a part of Burger Menu Template. If
you want to skip the tutorial and just use this template for your own projects, purchase the Burger Menu Template from GraphicRiver!

original burguer menu template

Let’s
begin!

Tutorial Assets

The
following assets were used during this Photoshop menu template tutorial:

1. How to Set Up a New Document

Step 1

Start
Photoshop and create a new document from the menu: File > New > Document. Set the file to the following
dimensions:

  • Width to 42 cm
  • Height to 29.7 cm
  • Resolution to 300 dpi
  • Color Mode to CMYK
  • Click Create
document set up

Step 2

For the guides, if
you can’t see the rulers, you need to make them visible by pressing Control-R. Now, with your
mouse, drag and drop the first guide down from the top.

using guides in photoshop

Step 3

Do the same for
the bottom. From the left, drag and drop the first guide and place it on the
left side of the menu template, and add another one on the right side. Your menu design should
look like this:

using guides in photoshop

Step 4

Let’s add our bleed marks, which allow us to set up our menu design ready for printing. Go
to Image > Canvas Size. In the
pop-up window, input the following dimensions:

  • Width to 42.6 cm
  • Height to 30.3 cm
  • Click OK
bleeds marks set up document ready for print

Step 5

Since
it’s a bi-fold brochure, we need to add also a guide in the center of the menu layout template.

menu layout template center guide

2. How to Place the Background

For the background,
start by placing our Blackboard Backgound.psd file. Go to File > Place Linked and choose the Blackboard file for the background. 

blackboard background image

While we’re
at it, we might as well just go to the Layers panel and click on the Create a new group button or simply
press Control-G. Double click the
Group 1 text and rename the folder „Background”, and this will be our first layer group created.

create new group layer for the background

3. How to Create the Front and Back Pages

Step 1

Go to Layers and Create a new group, and this time call it Side 1. Create another group, renaming it Right Side. Add two more groups, called Your Logo Here and Graphics.
Select both groups, press and hold the Shift
key, and drag them to the Right Side layer.

create new group layers right side

Step 2

Go to File > Place linked and place the Logo.png file in the center of the menu layout template. 

burguer menu template logo

Step 3

Click the Logo layer and move it to the layers folder called Your Logo Here.

Step 4

For the Graphics layer folder we’ve created, we’ll add some images. Head over
to File > Open. I have this image, but I need to remove the background.

Envato elements picture

For that, we will use the Quick Selection Tool (W) and select only the burger images. 

quick selection tool for background remove

After we finish the selection, just click Select > Modify > Contract and contract by 1 px.

select modify and contract images

Finally, Add Layer mask at the bottom of the Layers. The
background has been removed.

layer mask to remove background

Step 5

Now, Control-C on the image layer, go back to our menu template, and paste it with Control-V. Place it in the bottom right
corner. Finally, drag it to the Graphics
layer folder, rename the layer Burger, and create a group with the same name.

Step 6  

Resize the image by pressing Control-T. Then, go to Edit > Transform > Rotate.
With your mouse, grab the image by the top-right corner and give it a slight
rotation to the left.

resize and rotate image

Step 7

Add
some shadow to the image by Right Clicking and choosing Blending Options > Drop
Shadow
. Just insert the following values:

  • Blend ModeMultiply
  • Opacity75%
  • Angle: 90 degrees
  • Distance83 px
  • Size73 px
layer style add drop shadow

Go to Image > Adjustments
> Brightness/Contrast and change the Brightness to -15 and the Contrast to +15. Hit OK.

Step 8

Follow the same process with the other burger image, and this time we’ll place it in the
top-left corner of our menu design. Go to Image > Adjustments > Brightness/Contrast and change the Brightness to -15 and
the Contrast to +15. Hit OK.

image adjustments brightness contrast

Step 9

Finally, let’s add three more
images, a Tomato and two Leaves. Drag them to the layers panel,
from the Graphics.psd file.

organize layers panel

And the front page of our Photoshop menu template will look
like this:

front page layout

Step 10

Select the Text Tool (T) from the Toolbar and choose the Bebas Neue font. Select White as the foreground Color from the Toolbar Menu and use the
following style for the Title Burger Layer:

  • Font Family: Bebas Neue
  • Font Style: Bold
  • Size: 48 pt
  • Leading: Auto
  • Tracking: 60

Tip: Go to Window and
select Character from the drop-down
menu to help you out with these settings.

select the text tool and choose Bebas Neue font

Step 11

Again, with the Text Tool (T) selected and the font Wicked
Grit
, for the Subheader title
and the Price on the right, use
these settings:

  • Font Family: Wicked Grit
  • Font Style: Regular
  • Size: 20 pt
  • Leading: Auto
  • Tracking: 0
sub header title text Wicked Grit font

Step 12

For the Main Text, with the Text Tool (T) selected and Averia Sans font, use these settings:

  • Font Family: Averia Sans
  • Font Style: Light Italic
  • Size: 12 pt
  • Leading: 11 pt
  • Tracking: 60
main text averia sans font

Our menu template should look something like
the image below:

burguers layer

Step 13

Group the Title Burger Layer, Subheader title, Price and Main Text with 1. Then Copy the group (Control-C) > Paste (Control-V) seven times and rename each one of them (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8). The  Layers panel will be
organized like the image below.

layers panel organized

And here’s the menu template final result:

menu layout template design

Step 14

With the Burgers layer group selected, Copy (Control-C) > Paste
(
Control-V), and rename it Hotdogs. Change
the name with the Text Tool (T)
selected. For the Hotdogs layer, we need only three copies,
so delete group 4 to group 8. Select the text layers, and make the changes with
the Text Tool (T) selected, like the
image below:

hot dogs layer group

Step 15

Again, with the Burgers layer group selected, Copy (Control-C) > Paste
(
Control-V), and rename it Salads. We
need four copies for the text layers, so delete group 5 to group 8. Select the
text layers and make the changes, like the image below:

salads layers group

Step 16

For the final group of our Photoshop template, you can
select the layer group Hotdogs and Copy (Control-C) > Paste (Control-V), renaming it Drinks. Select the text layers and
make the changes, like the image below:

drinks layers group

This is the final result of
our menu template:

final result menu template

4. How to Add Graphics and Images

Step 1

Start by opening the Brush.psd file.

Step 2

Make four copies (Control-C) > Paste (Control-V) and place them behind the Main titles, as shown below.

Note: Create a new layer group and call it Graphics. Drag the Brush layers to this layer group.

insert brush and create layer group

Step 3

Open the Graphics.psd file and place the following images:

  • 1 Ice Cubes
  • 1 Coke
  • 3 Arrows
  • 1 Line

You can download the Hotdog image from Unsplash. Arrange all the placed elements in our menu template as
follows:

arrange the placed elements

Step 4

To finish Side 1 of our template, select the Text Tool (T), pick the Caveat font, and type Coke, using the following style for the
text:

  • Font Family: Caveat
  • Font Style: Bold
  • Size: 130 pt
  • Leading: Auto
  • Tracking: 0
pick Caveat font and type Coke

Place it
like the image below:

place the text

Step 5

Use the same font for the $2 price text. For this one, pick the red color. Head over to the Character menu, click on Color, and open the Color Picker window. Use the color
code #b00f23 and click OK.

  • Font Family: Caveat
  • Font Style: Bold
  • Size: 72 pt
  • Leading: Auto
  • Tracking: 0
use color picker to color the text

Place it right below the Coke text, like this:

place the text below the Coke text

Step 6

Select the Text
Tool (T),
pick the Rhesmanisa font, and type, „Try it!” 

Use the following style for the
text:

  • Font Family: Rhesmanisa
  • Font Style: Regular
  • Size: 48 pt
  • Leading: Auto
  • Tracking: 0
select the text tool and pick rhesmanisa font

Step 7

Now, grab the line graphic
you’ve placed before into the menu template, drag it, and place it in the
middle of the left page.

place the line graphic in the middle of the left page

5. How to Make the Inside Left and Right Pages

Step 1

Let’s jump to Side 2 of our Photoshop menu template. Begin by creating a new group layer by pressing Control-G. Call it Side 2.

Step 2

Inside this new layer, hit Control-G and Create a
Layer Group
called Menu. Add
another one and rename it Graphics.

create a layer group

Step 3

Copy the text
elements from Side 1. Click Control-C on the Burgers layer group to
copy, and click the Eye icon on the
Layers panel to hide the Side 1 layer.

use eye icon to hide layer group

And then Control-V to paste it on the left inside
page at the top.

Step 4

Do the same for the
other text elements (Salads and Soups). Our menu layout template should look like
this:

add text elements to salads and soups

Step 5

For the inside right page, you must add the following text group elements:

  • Sandwiches
  • Coffee
  • Desserts
  • Drinks

 Our menu design should look like this:

place text elements inside the right page

Step 6

Organize these new
elements on the Layers panel like this:

organize elements in the layers panel

Step 7

We are almost done.
Finally, let’s add our graphic elements. Hide the Side 2 Layer by pressing the Eye
icon and copy (Control-C) the Graphics layer group.
Hide the Side 1 layer and make Side
2
 visible again with the Eye icon
button. Control-V the Graphics group layer.

add graphics group layer

Step 8

Click File > Place Linked and import the Salad
Image
.

Note: You must remove the image’s background first with
the same method we used for the previous ones.

Control-T to resize it and hit Enter.
Double-click
on the layer to open the Blending Options menu, and add a Drop Shadow with the following
settings:

  • Blend ModeMultiply
  • Opacity75%
  • Angle: 90 degrees
  • Distance83 px
  • Size73 px

Step 9

Click File > Place Linked and import the Hamburger
Image
. After removing the background, Control-T to resize it and hit Enter.
Double-click
on the layer to open the Blending
Options
menu, and add a Drop Shadow with the following
settings:

  • Blend ModeMultiply
  • Opacity75%
  • Angle: 90 degrees
  • Distance83 px
  • Size73 px

Step 10

Click File > Place Linked and import the Sandwich
Image
. Do the same here as before. Control-T to resize it and hit Enter.
Double-click
on the layer to open the Blending
Options
menu, and add a Drop Shadow with the following
settings:

  • Blend ModeMultiply
  • Opacity75%
  • Angle: 90 degrees
  • Distance83 px
  • Size73 px

The image below shows us the arrangement of the elements
on our Photoshop menu template.

place images

Step 11

Back to the Graphics.psd file, copy (Control-C) the layer called Leaf. Go back
to the menu template, Control-V, and
place it next to the Salad image. Grab another Leaf, and place it on the right side of
our menu design, next to the Sandwich image.

Step 12

From the Graphics.psd file, copy the following layers:

  • 1 Beer Glass
  • 1 Barbecue-Sauce
  • 3 arrows
  • 1 Line

Go back to the menu templateControl-V, and arrange them like this:

menu template elements disposition

Step 13

And to finish Side 2, go to Side 1 again and copy (Control-C) the Coke layer—for this one, we need to
change the text to Beer with the Text Tool (T). Add $2 and Try
it!
text layers, and arrange them like this:

add text layers

6. How to Export a Template for Printing

Step 1

You can print a
file from Photoshop by going to File > Print. Click Print

print a file from photoshop

Step 2

You can also export
a file as a PDF for online distributing or printing. Head over to File > Save As. In the Save
As
 option window, name the document Burger Menu Template or Photoshop Menu Template as you wish. Set the
format to Photoshop PDF and
click Save.

save as file

Great Job! You’ve Finished Your Photoshop Burger Menu Template!

In this tutorial,
you learned how to make a burger menu template in Photoshop. Here is what you
have learned how to do:

  • Set up a ready-to-print Photoshop file.
  • Add column guides and Bleeds to the menu design.
  • Use the Text Tool.
  • Organize your work into layer groups.
  • Crop and edit images.
  • Export a PDF file.
outside menu photoshop template
inside menu photoshop template

If you’re looking
for more Photoshop menu templates or menu design ideas, you can find easy-to-edit
professional styles on GraphicRiver and Envato Elements. If you want this Photoshop menu template that we’ve just created,
then grab it from GraphicRiver.

original burguer menu template

If you have any
comments or any doubts, feel free to use the comments section below! I’ll be
glad to help you all!

Looking for more? I recommend the following tutorials:

How to Create a Burger Menu Template in Photoshop

Post pobrano z: How to Create a Burger Menu Template in Photoshop

Final product image
What You’ll Be Creating

This
tutorial shows you how to create a modern-looking burger menu template with Photoshop.
The main purpose of this tutorial is to teach you how to set up a document
ready for print, how to crop an image’s background, how to place graphics and
images into Photoshop, and how to create layers and layer groups.

The menu template we will be creating is a part of Burger Menu Template. If
you want to skip the tutorial and just use this template for your own projects, purchase the Burger Menu Template from GraphicRiver!

original burguer menu template

Let’s
begin!

Tutorial Assets

The
following assets were used during this Photoshop menu template tutorial:

1. How to Set Up a New Document

Step 1

Start
Photoshop and create a new document from the menu: File > New > Document. Set the file to the following
dimensions:

  • Width to 42 cm
  • Height to 29.7 cm
  • Resolution to 300 dpi
  • Color Mode to CMYK
  • Click Create
document set up

Step 2

For the guides, if
you can’t see the rulers, you need to make them visible by pressing Control-R. Now, with your
mouse, drag and drop the first guide down from the top.

using guides in photoshop

Step 3

Do the same for
the bottom. From the left, drag and drop the first guide and place it on the
left side of the menu template, and add another one on the right side. Your menu design should
look like this:

using guides in photoshop

Step 4

Let’s add our bleed marks, which allow us to set up our menu design ready for printing. Go
to Image > Canvas Size. In the
pop-up window, input the following dimensions:

  • Width to 42.6 cm
  • Height to 30.3 cm
  • Click OK
bleeds marks set up document ready for print

Step 5

Since
it’s a bi-fold brochure, we need to add also a guide in the center of the menu layout template.

menu layout template center guide

2. How to Place the Background

For the background,
start by placing our Blackboard Backgound.psd file. Go to File > Place Linked and choose the Blackboard file for the background. 

blackboard background image

While we’re
at it, we might as well just go to the Layers panel and click on the Create a new group button or simply
press Control-G. Double click the
Group 1 text and rename the folder „Background”, and this will be our first layer group created.

create new group layer for the background

3. How to Create the Front and Back Pages

Step 1

Go to Layers and Create a new group, and this time call it Side 1. Create another group, renaming it Right Side. Add two more groups, called Your Logo Here and Graphics.
Select both groups, press and hold the Shift
key, and drag them to the Right Side layer.

create new group layers right side

Step 2

Go to File > Place linked and place the Logo.png file in the center of the menu layout template. 

burguer menu template logo

Step 3

Click the Logo layer and move it to the layers folder called Your Logo Here.

Step 4

For the Graphics layer folder we’ve created, we’ll add some images. Head over
to File > Open. I have this image, but I need to remove the background.

Envato elements picture

For that, we will use the Quick Selection Tool (W) and select only the burger images. 

quick selection tool for background remove

After we finish the selection, just click Select > Modify > Contract and contract by 1 px.

select modify and contract images

Finally, Add Layer mask at the bottom of the Layers. The
background has been removed.

layer mask to remove background

Step 5

Now, Control-C on the image layer, go back to our menu template, and paste it with Control-V. Place it in the bottom right
corner. Finally, drag it to the Graphics
layer folder, rename the layer Burger, and create a group with the same name.

Step 6  

Resize the image by pressing Control-T. Then, go to Edit > Transform > Rotate.
With your mouse, grab the image by the top-right corner and give it a slight
rotation to the left.

resize and rotate image

Step 7

Add
some shadow to the image by Right Clicking and choosing Blending Options > Drop
Shadow
. Just insert the following values:

  • Blend ModeMultiply
  • Opacity75%
  • Angle: 90 degrees
  • Distance83 px
  • Size73 px
layer style add drop shadow

Go to Image > Adjustments
> Brightness/Contrast and change the Brightness to -15 and the Contrast to +15. Hit OK.

Step 8

Follow the same process with the other burger image, and this time we’ll place it in the
top-left corner of our menu design. Go to Image > Adjustments > Brightness/Contrast and change the Brightness to -15 and
the Contrast to +15. Hit OK.

image adjustments brightness contrast

Step 9

Finally, let’s add three more
images, a Tomato and two Leaves. Drag them to the layers panel,
from the Graphics.psd file.

organize layers panel

And the front page of our Photoshop menu template will look
like this:

front page layout

Step 10

Select the Text Tool (T) from the Toolbar and choose the Bebas Neue font. Select White as the foreground Color from the Toolbar Menu and use the
following style for the Title Burger Layer:

  • Font Family: Bebas Neue
  • Font Style: Bold
  • Size: 48 pt
  • Leading: Auto
  • Tracking: 60

Tip: Go to Window and
select Character from the drop-down
menu to help you out with these settings.

select the text tool and choose Bebas Neue font

Step 11

Again, with the Text Tool (T) selected and the font Wicked
Grit
, for the Subheader title
and the Price on the right, use
these settings:

  • Font Family: Wicked Grit
  • Font Style: Regular
  • Size: 20 pt
  • Leading: Auto
  • Tracking: 0
sub header title text Wicked Grit font

Step 12

For the Main Text, with the Text Tool (T) selected and Averia Sans font, use these settings:

  • Font Family: Averia Sans
  • Font Style: Light Italic
  • Size: 12 pt
  • Leading: 11 pt
  • Tracking: 60
main text averia sans font

Our menu template should look something like
the image below:

burguers layer

Step 13

Group the Title Burger Layer, Subheader title, Price and Main Text with 1. Then Copy the group (Control-C) > Paste (Control-V) seven times and rename each one of them (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8). The  Layers panel will be
organized like the image below.

layers panel organized

And here’s the menu template final result:

menu layout template design

Step 14

With the Burgers layer group selected, Copy (Control-C) > Paste
(
Control-V), and rename it Hotdogs. Change
the name with the Text Tool (T)
selected. For the Hotdogs layer, we need only three copies,
so delete group 4 to group 8. Select the text layers, and make the changes with
the Text Tool (T) selected, like the
image below:

hot dogs layer group

Step 15

Again, with the Burgers layer group selected, Copy (Control-C) > Paste
(
Control-V), and rename it Salads. We
need four copies for the text layers, so delete group 5 to group 8. Select the
text layers and make the changes, like the image below:

salads layers group

Step 16

For the final group of our Photoshop template, you can
select the layer group Hotdogs and Copy (Control-C) > Paste (Control-V), renaming it Drinks. Select the text layers and
make the changes, like the image below:

drinks layers group

This is the final result of
our menu template:

final result menu template

4. How to Add Graphics and Images

Step 1

Start by opening the Brush.psd file.

Step 2

Make four copies (Control-C) > Paste (Control-V) and place them behind the Main titles, as shown below.

Note: Create a new layer group and call it Graphics. Drag the Brush layers to this layer group.

insert brush and create layer group

Step 3

Open the Graphics.psd file and place the following images:

  • 1 Ice Cubes
  • 1 Coke
  • 3 Arrows
  • 1 Line

You can download the Hotdog image from Unsplash. Arrange all the placed elements in our menu template as
follows:

arrange the placed elements

Step 4

To finish Side 1 of our template, select the Text Tool (T), pick the Caveat font, and type Coke, using the following style for the
text:

  • Font Family: Caveat
  • Font Style: Bold
  • Size: 130 pt
  • Leading: Auto
  • Tracking: 0
pick Caveat font and type Coke

Place it
like the image below:

place the text

Step 5

Use the same font for the $2 price text. For this one, pick the red color. Head over to the Character menu, click on Color, and open the Color Picker window. Use the color
code #b00f23 and click OK.

  • Font Family: Caveat
  • Font Style: Bold
  • Size: 72 pt
  • Leading: Auto
  • Tracking: 0
use color picker to color the text

Place it right below the Coke text, like this:

place the text below the Coke text

Step 6

Select the Text
Tool (T),
pick the Rhesmanisa font, and type, „Try it!” 

Use the following style for the
text:

  • Font Family: Rhesmanisa
  • Font Style: Regular
  • Size: 48 pt
  • Leading: Auto
  • Tracking: 0
select the text tool and pick rhesmanisa font

Step 7

Now, grab the line graphic
you’ve placed before into the menu template, drag it, and place it in the
middle of the left page.

place the line graphic in the middle of the left page

5. How to Make the Inside Left and Right Pages

Step 1

Let’s jump to Side 2 of our Photoshop menu template. Begin by creating a new group layer by pressing Control-G. Call it Side 2.

Step 2

Inside this new layer, hit Control-G and Create a
Layer Group
called Menu. Add
another one and rename it Graphics.

create a layer group

Step 3

Copy the text
elements from Side 1. Click Control-C on the Burgers layer group to
copy, and click the Eye icon on the
Layers panel to hide the Side 1 layer.

use eye icon to hide layer group

And then Control-V to paste it on the left inside
page at the top.

Step 4

Do the same for the
other text elements (Salads and Soups). Our menu layout template should look like
this:

add text elements to salads and soups

Step 5

For the inside right page, you must add the following text group elements:

  • Sandwiches
  • Coffee
  • Desserts
  • Drinks

 Our menu design should look like this:

place text elements inside the right page

Step 6

Organize these new
elements on the Layers panel like this:

organize elements in the layers panel

Step 7

We are almost done.
Finally, let’s add our graphic elements. Hide the Side 2 Layer by pressing the Eye
icon and copy (Control-C) the Graphics layer group.
Hide the Side 1 layer and make Side
2
 visible again with the Eye icon
button. Control-V the Graphics group layer.

add graphics group layer

Step 8

Click File > Place Linked and import the Salad
Image
.

Note: You must remove the image’s background first with
the same method we used for the previous ones.

Control-T to resize it and hit Enter.
Double-click
on the layer to open the Blending Options menu, and add a Drop Shadow with the following
settings:

  • Blend ModeMultiply
  • Opacity75%
  • Angle: 90 degrees
  • Distance83 px
  • Size73 px

Step 9

Click File > Place Linked and import the Hamburger
Image
. After removing the background, Control-T to resize it and hit Enter.
Double-click
on the layer to open the Blending
Options
menu, and add a Drop Shadow with the following
settings:

  • Blend ModeMultiply
  • Opacity75%
  • Angle: 90 degrees
  • Distance83 px
  • Size73 px

Step 10

Click File > Place Linked and import the Sandwich
Image
. Do the same here as before. Control-T to resize it and hit Enter.
Double-click
on the layer to open the Blending
Options
menu, and add a Drop Shadow with the following
settings:

  • Blend ModeMultiply
  • Opacity75%
  • Angle: 90 degrees
  • Distance83 px
  • Size73 px

The image below shows us the arrangement of the elements
on our Photoshop menu template.

place images

Step 11

Back to the Graphics.psd file, copy (Control-C) the layer called Leaf. Go back
to the menu template, Control-V, and
place it next to the Salad image. Grab another Leaf, and place it on the right side of
our menu design, next to the Sandwich image.

Step 12

From the Graphics.psd file, copy the following layers:

  • 1 Beer Glass
  • 1 Barbecue-Sauce
  • 3 arrows
  • 1 Line

Go back to the menu templateControl-V, and arrange them like this:

menu template elements disposition

Step 13

And to finish Side 2, go to Side 1 again and copy (Control-C) the Coke layer—for this one, we need to
change the text to Beer with the Text Tool (T). Add $2 and Try
it!
text layers, and arrange them like this:

add text layers

6. How to Export a Template for Printing

Step 1

You can print a
file from Photoshop by going to File > Print. Click Print

print a file from photoshop

Step 2

You can also export
a file as a PDF for online distributing or printing. Head over to File > Save As. In the Save
As
 option window, name the document Burger Menu Template or Photoshop Menu Template as you wish. Set the
format to Photoshop PDF and
click Save.

save as file

Great Job! You’ve Finished Your Photoshop Burger Menu Template!

In this tutorial,
you learned how to make a burger menu template in Photoshop. Here is what you
have learned how to do:

  • Set up a ready-to-print Photoshop file.
  • Add column guides and Bleeds to the menu design.
  • Use the Text Tool.
  • Organize your work into layer groups.
  • Crop and edit images.
  • Export a PDF file.
outside menu photoshop template
inside menu photoshop template

If you’re looking
for more Photoshop menu templates or menu design ideas, you can find easy-to-edit
professional styles on GraphicRiver and Envato Elements. If you want this Photoshop menu template that we’ve just created,
then grab it from GraphicRiver.

original burguer menu template

If you have any
comments or any doubts, feel free to use the comments section below! I’ll be
glad to help you all!

Looking for more? I recommend the following tutorials:

How to Create a Burger Menu Template in Photoshop

Post pobrano z: How to Create a Burger Menu Template in Photoshop

Final product image
What You’ll Be Creating

This
tutorial shows you how to create a modern-looking burger menu template with Photoshop.
The main purpose of this tutorial is to teach you how to set up a document
ready for print, how to crop an image’s background, how to place graphics and
images into Photoshop, and how to create layers and layer groups.

The menu template we will be creating is a part of Burger Menu Template. If
you want to skip the tutorial and just use this template for your own projects, purchase the Burger Menu Template from GraphicRiver!

original burguer menu template

Let’s
begin!

Tutorial Assets

The
following assets were used during this Photoshop menu template tutorial:

1. How to Set Up a New Document

Step 1

Start
Photoshop and create a new document from the menu: File > New > Document. Set the file to the following
dimensions:

  • Width to 42 cm
  • Height to 29.7 cm
  • Resolution to 300 dpi
  • Color Mode to CMYK
  • Click Create
document set up

Step 2

For the guides, if
you can’t see the rulers, you need to make them visible by pressing Control-R. Now, with your
mouse, drag and drop the first guide down from the top.

using guides in photoshop

Step 3

Do the same for
the bottom. From the left, drag and drop the first guide and place it on the
left side of the menu template, and add another one on the right side. Your menu design should
look like this:

using guides in photoshop

Step 4

Let’s add our bleed marks, which allow us to set up our menu design ready for printing. Go
to Image > Canvas Size. In the
pop-up window, input the following dimensions:

  • Width to 42.6 cm
  • Height to 30.3 cm
  • Click OK
bleeds marks set up document ready for print

Step 5

Since
it’s a bi-fold brochure, we need to add also a guide in the center of the menu layout template.

menu layout template center guide

2. How to Place the Background

For the background,
start by placing our Blackboard Backgound.psd file. Go to File > Place Linked and choose the Blackboard file for the background. 

blackboard background image

While we’re
at it, we might as well just go to the Layers panel and click on the Create a new group button or simply
press Control-G. Double click the
Group 1 text and rename the folder „Background”, and this will be our first layer group created.

create new group layer for the background

3. How to Create the Front and Back Pages

Step 1

Go to Layers and Create a new group, and this time call it Side 1. Create another group, renaming it Right Side. Add two more groups, called Your Logo Here and Graphics.
Select both groups, press and hold the Shift
key, and drag them to the Right Side layer.

create new group layers right side

Step 2

Go to File > Place linked and place the Logo.png file in the center of the menu layout template. 

burguer menu template logo

Step 3

Click the Logo layer and move it to the layers folder called Your Logo Here.

Step 4

For the Graphics layer folder we’ve created, we’ll add some images. Head over
to File > Open. I have this image, but I need to remove the background.

Envato elements picture

For that, we will use the Quick Selection Tool (W) and select only the burger images. 

quick selection tool for background remove

After we finish the selection, just click Select > Modify > Contract and contract by 1 px.

select modify and contract images

Finally, Add Layer mask at the bottom of the Layers. The
background has been removed.

layer mask to remove background

Step 5

Now, Control-C on the image layer, go back to our menu template, and paste it with Control-V. Place it in the bottom right
corner. Finally, drag it to the Graphics
layer folder, rename the layer Burger, and create a group with the same name.

Step 6  

Resize the image by pressing Control-T. Then, go to Edit > Transform > Rotate.
With your mouse, grab the image by the top-right corner and give it a slight
rotation to the left.

resize and rotate image

Step 7

Add
some shadow to the image by Right Clicking and choosing Blending Options > Drop
Shadow
. Just insert the following values:

  • Blend ModeMultiply
  • Opacity75%
  • Angle: 90 degrees
  • Distance83 px
  • Size73 px
layer style add drop shadow

Go to Image > Adjustments
> Brightness/Contrast and change the Brightness to -15 and the Contrast to +15. Hit OK.

Step 8

Follow the same process with the other burger image, and this time we’ll place it in the
top-left corner of our menu design. Go to Image > Adjustments > Brightness/Contrast and change the Brightness to -15 and
the Contrast to +15. Hit OK.

image adjustments brightness contrast

Step 9

Finally, let’s add three more
images, a Tomato and two Leaves. Drag them to the layers panel,
from the Graphics.psd file.

organize layers panel

And the front page of our Photoshop menu template will look
like this:

front page layout

Step 10

Select the Text Tool (T) from the Toolbar and choose the Bebas Neue font. Select White as the foreground Color from the Toolbar Menu and use the
following style for the Title Burger Layer:

  • Font Family: Bebas Neue
  • Font Style: Bold
  • Size: 48 pt
  • Leading: Auto
  • Tracking: 60

Tip: Go to Window and
select Character from the drop-down
menu to help you out with these settings.

select the text tool and choose Bebas Neue font

Step 11

Again, with the Text Tool (T) selected and the font Wicked
Grit
, for the Subheader title
and the Price on the right, use
these settings:

  • Font Family: Wicked Grit
  • Font Style: Regular
  • Size: 20 pt
  • Leading: Auto
  • Tracking: 0
sub header title text Wicked Grit font

Step 12

For the Main Text, with the Text Tool (T) selected and Averia Sans font, use these settings:

  • Font Family: Averia Sans
  • Font Style: Light Italic
  • Size: 12 pt
  • Leading: 11 pt
  • Tracking: 60
main text averia sans font

Our menu template should look something like
the image below:

burguers layer

Step 13

Group the Title Burger Layer, Subheader title, Price and Main Text with 1. Then Copy the group (Control-C) > Paste (Control-V) seven times and rename each one of them (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8). The  Layers panel will be
organized like the image below.

layers panel organized

And here’s the menu template final result:

menu layout template design

Step 14

With the Burgers layer group selected, Copy (Control-C) > Paste
(
Control-V), and rename it Hotdogs. Change
the name with the Text Tool (T)
selected. For the Hotdogs layer, we need only three copies,
so delete group 4 to group 8. Select the text layers, and make the changes with
the Text Tool (T) selected, like the
image below:

hot dogs layer group

Step 15

Again, with the Burgers layer group selected, Copy (Control-C) > Paste
(
Control-V), and rename it Salads. We
need four copies for the text layers, so delete group 5 to group 8. Select the
text layers and make the changes, like the image below:

salads layers group

Step 16

For the final group of our Photoshop template, you can
select the layer group Hotdogs and Copy (Control-C) > Paste (Control-V), renaming it Drinks. Select the text layers and
make the changes, like the image below:

drinks layers group

This is the final result of
our menu template:

final result menu template

4. How to Add Graphics and Images

Step 1

Start by opening the Brush.psd file.

Step 2

Make four copies (Control-C) > Paste (Control-V) and place them behind the Main titles, as shown below.

Note: Create a new layer group and call it Graphics. Drag the Brush layers to this layer group.

insert brush and create layer group

Step 3

Open the Graphics.psd file and place the following images:

  • 1 Ice Cubes
  • 1 Coke
  • 3 Arrows
  • 1 Line

You can download the Hotdog image from Unsplash. Arrange all the placed elements in our menu template as
follows:

arrange the placed elements

Step 4

To finish Side 1 of our template, select the Text Tool (T), pick the Caveat font, and type Coke, using the following style for the
text:

  • Font Family: Caveat
  • Font Style: Bold
  • Size: 130 pt
  • Leading: Auto
  • Tracking: 0
pick Caveat font and type Coke

Place it
like the image below:

place the text

Step 5

Use the same font for the $2 price text. For this one, pick the red color. Head over to the Character menu, click on Color, and open the Color Picker window. Use the color
code #b00f23 and click OK.

  • Font Family: Caveat
  • Font Style: Bold
  • Size: 72 pt
  • Leading: Auto
  • Tracking: 0
use color picker to color the text

Place it right below the Coke text, like this:

place the text below the Coke text

Step 6

Select the Text
Tool (T),
pick the Rhesmanisa font, and type, „Try it!” 

Use the following style for the
text:

  • Font Family: Rhesmanisa
  • Font Style: Regular
  • Size: 48 pt
  • Leading: Auto
  • Tracking: 0
select the text tool and pick rhesmanisa font

Step 7

Now, grab the line graphic
you’ve placed before into the menu template, drag it, and place it in the
middle of the left page.

place the line graphic in the middle of the left page

5. How to Make the Inside Left and Right Pages

Step 1

Let’s jump to Side 2 of our Photoshop menu template. Begin by creating a new group layer by pressing Control-G. Call it Side 2.

Step 2

Inside this new layer, hit Control-G and Create a
Layer Group
called Menu. Add
another one and rename it Graphics.

create a layer group

Step 3

Copy the text
elements from Side 1. Click Control-C on the Burgers layer group to
copy, and click the Eye icon on the
Layers panel to hide the Side 1 layer.

use eye icon to hide layer group

And then Control-V to paste it on the left inside
page at the top.

Step 4

Do the same for the
other text elements (Salads and Soups). Our menu layout template should look like
this:

add text elements to salads and soups

Step 5

For the inside right page, you must add the following text group elements:

  • Sandwiches
  • Coffee
  • Desserts
  • Drinks

 Our menu design should look like this:

place text elements inside the right page

Step 6

Organize these new
elements on the Layers panel like this:

organize elements in the layers panel

Step 7

We are almost done.
Finally, let’s add our graphic elements. Hide the Side 2 Layer by pressing the Eye
icon and copy (Control-C) the Graphics layer group.
Hide the Side 1 layer and make Side
2
 visible again with the Eye icon
button. Control-V the Graphics group layer.

add graphics group layer

Step 8

Click File > Place Linked and import the Salad
Image
.

Note: You must remove the image’s background first with
the same method we used for the previous ones.

Control-T to resize it and hit Enter.
Double-click
on the layer to open the Blending Options menu, and add a Drop Shadow with the following
settings:

  • Blend ModeMultiply
  • Opacity75%
  • Angle: 90 degrees
  • Distance83 px
  • Size73 px

Step 9

Click File > Place Linked and import the Hamburger
Image
. After removing the background, Control-T to resize it and hit Enter.
Double-click
on the layer to open the Blending
Options
menu, and add a Drop Shadow with the following
settings:

  • Blend ModeMultiply
  • Opacity75%
  • Angle: 90 degrees
  • Distance83 px
  • Size73 px

Step 10

Click File > Place Linked and import the Sandwich
Image
. Do the same here as before. Control-T to resize it and hit Enter.
Double-click
on the layer to open the Blending
Options
menu, and add a Drop Shadow with the following
settings:

  • Blend ModeMultiply
  • Opacity75%
  • Angle: 90 degrees
  • Distance83 px
  • Size73 px

The image below shows us the arrangement of the elements
on our Photoshop menu template.

place images

Step 11

Back to the Graphics.psd file, copy (Control-C) the layer called Leaf. Go back
to the menu template, Control-V, and
place it next to the Salad image. Grab another Leaf, and place it on the right side of
our menu design, next to the Sandwich image.

Step 12

From the Graphics.psd file, copy the following layers:

  • 1 Beer Glass
  • 1 Barbecue-Sauce
  • 3 arrows
  • 1 Line

Go back to the menu templateControl-V, and arrange them like this:

menu template elements disposition

Step 13

And to finish Side 2, go to Side 1 again and copy (Control-C) the Coke layer—for this one, we need to
change the text to Beer with the Text Tool (T). Add $2 and Try
it!
text layers, and arrange them like this:

add text layers

6. How to Export a Template for Printing

Step 1

You can print a
file from Photoshop by going to File > Print. Click Print

print a file from photoshop

Step 2

You can also export
a file as a PDF for online distributing or printing. Head over to File > Save As. In the Save
As
 option window, name the document Burger Menu Template or Photoshop Menu Template as you wish. Set the
format to Photoshop PDF and
click Save.

save as file

Great Job! You’ve Finished Your Photoshop Burger Menu Template!

In this tutorial,
you learned how to make a burger menu template in Photoshop. Here is what you
have learned how to do:

  • Set up a ready-to-print Photoshop file.
  • Add column guides and Bleeds to the menu design.
  • Use the Text Tool.
  • Organize your work into layer groups.
  • Crop and edit images.
  • Export a PDF file.
outside menu photoshop template
inside menu photoshop template

If you’re looking
for more Photoshop menu templates or menu design ideas, you can find easy-to-edit
professional styles on GraphicRiver and Envato Elements. If you want this Photoshop menu template that we’ve just created,
then grab it from GraphicRiver.

original burguer menu template

If you have any
comments or any doubts, feel free to use the comments section below! I’ll be
glad to help you all!

Looking for more? I recommend the following tutorials:

How to Create a Burger Menu Template in Photoshop

Post pobrano z: How to Create a Burger Menu Template in Photoshop

Final product image
What You’ll Be Creating

This
tutorial shows you how to create a modern-looking burger menu template with Photoshop.
The main purpose of this tutorial is to teach you how to set up a document
ready for print, how to crop an image’s background, how to place graphics and
images into Photoshop, and how to create layers and layer groups.

The menu template we will be creating is a part of Burger Menu Template. If
you want to skip the tutorial and just use this template for your own projects, purchase the Burger Menu Template from GraphicRiver!

original burguer menu template

Let’s
begin!

Tutorial Assets

The
following assets were used during this Photoshop menu template tutorial:

1. How to Set Up a New Document

Step 1

Start
Photoshop and create a new document from the menu: File > New > Document. Set the file to the following
dimensions:

  • Width to 42 cm
  • Height to 29.7 cm
  • Resolution to 300 dpi
  • Color Mode to CMYK
  • Click Create
document set up

Step 2

For the guides, if
you can’t see the rulers, you need to make them visible by pressing Control-R. Now, with your
mouse, drag and drop the first guide down from the top.

using guides in photoshop

Step 3

Do the same for
the bottom. From the left, drag and drop the first guide and place it on the
left side of the menu template, and add another one on the right side. Your menu design should
look like this:

using guides in photoshop

Step 4

Let’s add our bleed marks, which allow us to set up our menu design ready for printing. Go
to Image > Canvas Size. In the
pop-up window, input the following dimensions:

  • Width to 42.6 cm
  • Height to 30.3 cm
  • Click OK
bleeds marks set up document ready for print

Step 5

Since
it’s a bi-fold brochure, we need to add also a guide in the center of the menu layout template.

menu layout template center guide

2. How to Place the Background

For the background,
start by placing our Blackboard Backgound.psd file. Go to File > Place Linked and choose the Blackboard file for the background. 

blackboard background image

While we’re
at it, we might as well just go to the Layers panel and click on the Create a new group button or simply
press Control-G. Double click the
Group 1 text and rename the folder „Background”, and this will be our first layer group created.

create new group layer for the background

3. How to Create the Front and Back Pages

Step 1

Go to Layers and Create a new group, and this time call it Side 1. Create another group, renaming it Right Side. Add two more groups, called Your Logo Here and Graphics.
Select both groups, press and hold the Shift
key, and drag them to the Right Side layer.

create new group layers right side

Step 2

Go to File > Place linked and place the Logo.png file in the center of the menu layout template. 

burguer menu template logo

Step 3

Click the Logo layer and move it to the layers folder called Your Logo Here.

Step 4

For the Graphics layer folder we’ve created, we’ll add some images. Head over
to File > Open. I have this image, but I need to remove the background.

Envato elements picture

For that, we will use the Quick Selection Tool (W) and select only the burger images. 

quick selection tool for background remove

After we finish the selection, just click Select > Modify > Contract and contract by 1 px.

select modify and contract images

Finally, Add Layer mask at the bottom of the Layers. The
background has been removed.

layer mask to remove background

Step 5

Now, Control-C on the image layer, go back to our menu template, and paste it with Control-V. Place it in the bottom right
corner. Finally, drag it to the Graphics
layer folder, rename the layer Burger, and create a group with the same name.

Step 6  

Resize the image by pressing Control-T. Then, go to Edit > Transform > Rotate.
With your mouse, grab the image by the top-right corner and give it a slight
rotation to the left.

resize and rotate image

Step 7

Add
some shadow to the image by Right Clicking and choosing Blending Options > Drop
Shadow
. Just insert the following values:

  • Blend ModeMultiply
  • Opacity75%
  • Angle: 90 degrees
  • Distance83 px
  • Size73 px
layer style add drop shadow

Go to Image > Adjustments
> Brightness/Contrast and change the Brightness to -15 and the Contrast to +15. Hit OK.

Step 8

Follow the same process with the other burger image, and this time we’ll place it in the
top-left corner of our menu design. Go to Image > Adjustments > Brightness/Contrast and change the Brightness to -15 and
the Contrast to +15. Hit OK.

image adjustments brightness contrast

Step 9

Finally, let’s add three more
images, a Tomato and two Leaves. Drag them to the layers panel,
from the Graphics.psd file.

organize layers panel

And the front page of our Photoshop menu template will look
like this:

front page layout

Step 10

Select the Text Tool (T) from the Toolbar and choose the Bebas Neue font. Select White as the foreground Color from the Toolbar Menu and use the
following style for the Title Burger Layer:

  • Font Family: Bebas Neue
  • Font Style: Bold
  • Size: 48 pt
  • Leading: Auto
  • Tracking: 60

Tip: Go to Window and
select Character from the drop-down
menu to help you out with these settings.

select the text tool and choose Bebas Neue font

Step 11

Again, with the Text Tool (T) selected and the font Wicked
Grit
, for the Subheader title
and the Price on the right, use
these settings:

  • Font Family: Wicked Grit
  • Font Style: Regular
  • Size: 20 pt
  • Leading: Auto
  • Tracking: 0
sub header title text Wicked Grit font

Step 12

For the Main Text, with the Text Tool (T) selected and Averia Sans font, use these settings:

  • Font Family: Averia Sans
  • Font Style: Light Italic
  • Size: 12 pt
  • Leading: 11 pt
  • Tracking: 60
main text averia sans font

Our menu template should look something like
the image below:

burguers layer

Step 13

Group the Title Burger Layer, Subheader title, Price and Main Text with 1. Then Copy the group (Control-C) > Paste (Control-V) seven times and rename each one of them (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8). The  Layers panel will be
organized like the image below.

layers panel organized

And here’s the menu template final result:

menu layout template design

Step 14

With the Burgers layer group selected, Copy (Control-C) > Paste
(
Control-V), and rename it Hotdogs. Change
the name with the Text Tool (T)
selected. For the Hotdogs layer, we need only three copies,
so delete group 4 to group 8. Select the text layers, and make the changes with
the Text Tool (T) selected, like the
image below:

hot dogs layer group

Step 15

Again, with the Burgers layer group selected, Copy (Control-C) > Paste
(
Control-V), and rename it Salads. We
need four copies for the text layers, so delete group 5 to group 8. Select the
text layers and make the changes, like the image below:

salads layers group

Step 16

For the final group of our Photoshop template, you can
select the layer group Hotdogs and Copy (Control-C) > Paste (Control-V), renaming it Drinks. Select the text layers and
make the changes, like the image below:

drinks layers group

This is the final result of
our menu template:

final result menu template

4. How to Add Graphics and Images

Step 1

Start by opening the Brush.psd file.

Step 2

Make four copies (Control-C) > Paste (Control-V) and place them behind the Main titles, as shown below.

Note: Create a new layer group and call it Graphics. Drag the Brush layers to this layer group.

insert brush and create layer group

Step 3

Open the Graphics.psd file and place the following images:

  • 1 Ice Cubes
  • 1 Coke
  • 3 Arrows
  • 1 Line

You can download the Hotdog image from Unsplash. Arrange all the placed elements in our menu template as
follows:

arrange the placed elements

Step 4

To finish Side 1 of our template, select the Text Tool (T), pick the Caveat font, and type Coke, using the following style for the
text:

  • Font Family: Caveat
  • Font Style: Bold
  • Size: 130 pt
  • Leading: Auto
  • Tracking: 0
pick Caveat font and type Coke

Place it
like the image below:

place the text

Step 5

Use the same font for the $2 price text. For this one, pick the red color. Head over to the Character menu, click on Color, and open the Color Picker window. Use the color
code #b00f23 and click OK.

  • Font Family: Caveat
  • Font Style: Bold
  • Size: 72 pt
  • Leading: Auto
  • Tracking: 0
use color picker to color the text

Place it right below the Coke text, like this:

place the text below the Coke text

Step 6

Select the Text
Tool (T),
pick the Rhesmanisa font, and type, „Try it!” 

Use the following style for the
text:

  • Font Family: Rhesmanisa
  • Font Style: Regular
  • Size: 48 pt
  • Leading: Auto
  • Tracking: 0
select the text tool and pick rhesmanisa font

Step 7

Now, grab the line graphic
you’ve placed before into the menu template, drag it, and place it in the
middle of the left page.

place the line graphic in the middle of the left page

5. How to Make the Inside Left and Right Pages

Step 1

Let’s jump to Side 2 of our Photoshop menu template. Begin by creating a new group layer by pressing Control-G. Call it Side 2.

Step 2

Inside this new layer, hit Control-G and Create a
Layer Group
called Menu. Add
another one and rename it Graphics.

create a layer group

Step 3

Copy the text
elements from Side 1. Click Control-C on the Burgers layer group to
copy, and click the Eye icon on the
Layers panel to hide the Side 1 layer.

use eye icon to hide layer group

And then Control-V to paste it on the left inside
page at the top.

Step 4

Do the same for the
other text elements (Salads and Soups). Our menu layout template should look like
this:

add text elements to salads and soups

Step 5

For the inside right page, you must add the following text group elements:

  • Sandwiches
  • Coffee
  • Desserts
  • Drinks

 Our menu design should look like this:

place text elements inside the right page

Step 6

Organize these new
elements on the Layers panel like this:

organize elements in the layers panel

Step 7

We are almost done.
Finally, let’s add our graphic elements. Hide the Side 2 Layer by pressing the Eye
icon and copy (Control-C) the Graphics layer group.
Hide the Side 1 layer and make Side
2
 visible again with the Eye icon
button. Control-V the Graphics group layer.

add graphics group layer

Step 8

Click File > Place Linked and import the Salad
Image
.

Note: You must remove the image’s background first with
the same method we used for the previous ones.

Control-T to resize it and hit Enter.
Double-click
on the layer to open the Blending Options menu, and add a Drop Shadow with the following
settings:

  • Blend ModeMultiply
  • Opacity75%
  • Angle: 90 degrees
  • Distance83 px
  • Size73 px

Step 9

Click File > Place Linked and import the Hamburger
Image
. After removing the background, Control-T to resize it and hit Enter.
Double-click
on the layer to open the Blending
Options
menu, and add a Drop Shadow with the following
settings:

  • Blend ModeMultiply
  • Opacity75%
  • Angle: 90 degrees
  • Distance83 px
  • Size73 px

Step 10

Click File > Place Linked and import the Sandwich
Image
. Do the same here as before. Control-T to resize it and hit Enter.
Double-click
on the layer to open the Blending
Options
menu, and add a Drop Shadow with the following
settings:

  • Blend ModeMultiply
  • Opacity75%
  • Angle: 90 degrees
  • Distance83 px
  • Size73 px

The image below shows us the arrangement of the elements
on our Photoshop menu template.

place images

Step 11

Back to the Graphics.psd file, copy (Control-C) the layer called Leaf. Go back
to the menu template, Control-V, and
place it next to the Salad image. Grab another Leaf, and place it on the right side of
our menu design, next to the Sandwich image.

Step 12

From the Graphics.psd file, copy the following layers:

  • 1 Beer Glass
  • 1 Barbecue-Sauce
  • 3 arrows
  • 1 Line

Go back to the menu templateControl-V, and arrange them like this:

menu template elements disposition

Step 13

And to finish Side 2, go to Side 1 again and copy (Control-C) the Coke layer—for this one, we need to
change the text to Beer with the Text Tool (T). Add $2 and Try
it!
text layers, and arrange them like this:

add text layers

6. How to Export a Template for Printing

Step 1

You can print a
file from Photoshop by going to File > Print. Click Print

print a file from photoshop

Step 2

You can also export
a file as a PDF for online distributing or printing. Head over to File > Save As. In the Save
As
 option window, name the document Burger Menu Template or Photoshop Menu Template as you wish. Set the
format to Photoshop PDF and
click Save.

save as file

Great Job! You’ve Finished Your Photoshop Burger Menu Template!

In this tutorial,
you learned how to make a burger menu template in Photoshop. Here is what you
have learned how to do:

  • Set up a ready-to-print Photoshop file.
  • Add column guides and Bleeds to the menu design.
  • Use the Text Tool.
  • Organize your work into layer groups.
  • Crop and edit images.
  • Export a PDF file.
outside menu photoshop template
inside menu photoshop template

If you’re looking
for more Photoshop menu templates or menu design ideas, you can find easy-to-edit
professional styles on GraphicRiver and Envato Elements. If you want this Photoshop menu template that we’ve just created,
then grab it from GraphicRiver.

original burguer menu template

If you have any
comments or any doubts, feel free to use the comments section below! I’ll be
glad to help you all!

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How to Create a Burger Menu Template in Photoshop

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Final product image
What You’ll Be Creating

This
tutorial shows you how to create a modern-looking burger menu template with Photoshop.
The main purpose of this tutorial is to teach you how to set up a document
ready for print, how to crop an image’s background, how to place graphics and
images into Photoshop, and how to create layers and layer groups.

The menu template we will be creating is a part of Burger Menu Template. If
you want to skip the tutorial and just use this template for your own projects, purchase the Burger Menu Template from GraphicRiver!

original burguer menu template

Let’s
begin!

Tutorial Assets

The
following assets were used during this Photoshop menu template tutorial:

1. How to Set Up a New Document

Step 1

Start
Photoshop and create a new document from the menu: File > New > Document. Set the file to the following
dimensions:

  • Width to 42 cm
  • Height to 29.7 cm
  • Resolution to 300 dpi
  • Color Mode to CMYK
  • Click Create
document set up

Step 2

For the guides, if
you can’t see the rulers, you need to make them visible by pressing Control-R. Now, with your
mouse, drag and drop the first guide down from the top.

using guides in photoshop

Step 3

Do the same for
the bottom. From the left, drag and drop the first guide and place it on the
left side of the menu template, and add another one on the right side. Your menu design should
look like this:

using guides in photoshop

Step 4

Let’s add our bleed marks, which allow us to set up our menu design ready for printing. Go
to Image > Canvas Size. In the
pop-up window, input the following dimensions:

  • Width to 42.6 cm
  • Height to 30.3 cm
  • Click OK
bleeds marks set up document ready for print

Step 5

Since
it’s a bi-fold brochure, we need to add also a guide in the center of the menu layout template.

menu layout template center guide

2. How to Place the Background

For the background,
start by placing our Blackboard Backgound.psd file. Go to File > Place Linked and choose the Blackboard file for the background. 

blackboard background image

While we’re
at it, we might as well just go to the Layers panel and click on the Create a new group button or simply
press Control-G. Double click the
Group 1 text and rename the folder „Background”, and this will be our first layer group created.

create new group layer for the background

3. How to Create the Front and Back Pages

Step 1

Go to Layers and Create a new group, and this time call it Side 1. Create another group, renaming it Right Side. Add two more groups, called Your Logo Here and Graphics.
Select both groups, press and hold the Shift
key, and drag them to the Right Side layer.

create new group layers right side

Step 2

Go to File > Place linked and place the Logo.png file in the center of the menu layout template. 

burguer menu template logo

Step 3

Click the Logo layer and move it to the layers folder called Your Logo Here.

Step 4

For the Graphics layer folder we’ve created, we’ll add some images. Head over
to File > Open. I have this image, but I need to remove the background.

Envato elements picture

For that, we will use the Quick Selection Tool (W) and select only the burger images. 

quick selection tool for background remove

After we finish the selection, just click Select > Modify > Contract and contract by 1 px.

select modify and contract images

Finally, Add Layer mask at the bottom of the Layers. The
background has been removed.

layer mask to remove background

Step 5

Now, Control-C on the image layer, go back to our menu template, and paste it with Control-V. Place it in the bottom right
corner. Finally, drag it to the Graphics
layer folder, rename the layer Burger, and create a group with the same name.

Step 6  

Resize the image by pressing Control-T. Then, go to Edit > Transform > Rotate.
With your mouse, grab the image by the top-right corner and give it a slight
rotation to the left.

resize and rotate image

Step 7

Add
some shadow to the image by Right Clicking and choosing Blending Options > Drop
Shadow
. Just insert the following values:

  • Blend ModeMultiply
  • Opacity75%
  • Angle: 90 degrees
  • Distance83 px
  • Size73 px
layer style add drop shadow

Go to Image > Adjustments
> Brightness/Contrast and change the Brightness to -15 and the Contrast to +15. Hit OK.

Step 8

Follow the same process with the other burger image, and this time we’ll place it in the
top-left corner of our menu design. Go to Image > Adjustments > Brightness/Contrast and change the Brightness to -15 and
the Contrast to +15. Hit OK.

image adjustments brightness contrast

Step 9

Finally, let’s add three more
images, a Tomato and two Leaves. Drag them to the layers panel,
from the Graphics.psd file.

organize layers panel

And the front page of our Photoshop menu template will look
like this:

front page layout

Step 10

Select the Text Tool (T) from the Toolbar and choose the Bebas Neue font. Select White as the foreground Color from the Toolbar Menu and use the
following style for the Title Burger Layer:

  • Font Family: Bebas Neue
  • Font Style: Bold
  • Size: 48 pt
  • Leading: Auto
  • Tracking: 60

Tip: Go to Window and
select Character from the drop-down
menu to help you out with these settings.

select the text tool and choose Bebas Neue font

Step 11

Again, with the Text Tool (T) selected and the font Wicked
Grit
, for the Subheader title
and the Price on the right, use
these settings:

  • Font Family: Wicked Grit
  • Font Style: Regular
  • Size: 20 pt
  • Leading: Auto
  • Tracking: 0
sub header title text Wicked Grit font

Step 12

For the Main Text, with the Text Tool (T) selected and Averia Sans font, use these settings:

  • Font Family: Averia Sans
  • Font Style: Light Italic
  • Size: 12 pt
  • Leading: 11 pt
  • Tracking: 60
main text averia sans font

Our menu template should look something like
the image below:

burguers layer

Step 13

Group the Title Burger Layer, Subheader title, Price and Main Text with 1. Then Copy the group (Control-C) > Paste (Control-V) seven times and rename each one of them (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8). The  Layers panel will be
organized like the image below.

layers panel organized

And here’s the menu template final result:

menu layout template design

Step 14

With the Burgers layer group selected, Copy (Control-C) > Paste
(
Control-V), and rename it Hotdogs. Change
the name with the Text Tool (T)
selected. For the Hotdogs layer, we need only three copies,
so delete group 4 to group 8. Select the text layers, and make the changes with
the Text Tool (T) selected, like the
image below:

hot dogs layer group

Step 15

Again, with the Burgers layer group selected, Copy (Control-C) > Paste
(
Control-V), and rename it Salads. We
need four copies for the text layers, so delete group 5 to group 8. Select the
text layers and make the changes, like the image below:

salads layers group

Step 16

For the final group of our Photoshop template, you can
select the layer group Hotdogs and Copy (Control-C) > Paste (Control-V), renaming it Drinks. Select the text layers and
make the changes, like the image below:

drinks layers group

This is the final result of
our menu template:

final result menu template

4. How to Add Graphics and Images

Step 1

Start by opening the Brush.psd file.

Step 2

Make four copies (Control-C) > Paste (Control-V) and place them behind the Main titles, as shown below.

Note: Create a new layer group and call it Graphics. Drag the Brush layers to this layer group.

insert brush and create layer group

Step 3

Open the Graphics.psd file and place the following images:

  • 1 Ice Cubes
  • 1 Coke
  • 3 Arrows
  • 1 Line

You can download the Hotdog image from Unsplash. Arrange all the placed elements in our menu template as
follows:

arrange the placed elements

Step 4

To finish Side 1 of our template, select the Text Tool (T), pick the Caveat font, and type Coke, using the following style for the
text:

  • Font Family: Caveat
  • Font Style: Bold
  • Size: 130 pt
  • Leading: Auto
  • Tracking: 0
pick Caveat font and type Coke

Place it
like the image below:

place the text

Step 5

Use the same font for the $2 price text. For this one, pick the red color. Head over to the Character menu, click on Color, and open the Color Picker window. Use the color
code #b00f23 and click OK.

  • Font Family: Caveat
  • Font Style: Bold
  • Size: 72 pt
  • Leading: Auto
  • Tracking: 0
use color picker to color the text

Place it right below the Coke text, like this:

place the text below the Coke text

Step 6

Select the Text
Tool (T),
pick the Rhesmanisa font, and type, „Try it!” 

Use the following style for the
text:

  • Font Family: Rhesmanisa
  • Font Style: Regular
  • Size: 48 pt
  • Leading: Auto
  • Tracking: 0
select the text tool and pick rhesmanisa font

Step 7

Now, grab the line graphic
you’ve placed before into the menu template, drag it, and place it in the
middle of the left page.

place the line graphic in the middle of the left page

5. How to Make the Inside Left and Right Pages

Step 1

Let’s jump to Side 2 of our Photoshop menu template. Begin by creating a new group layer by pressing Control-G. Call it Side 2.

Step 2

Inside this new layer, hit Control-G and Create a
Layer Group
called Menu. Add
another one and rename it Graphics.

create a layer group

Step 3

Copy the text
elements from Side 1. Click Control-C on the Burgers layer group to
copy, and click the Eye icon on the
Layers panel to hide the Side 1 layer.

use eye icon to hide layer group

And then Control-V to paste it on the left inside
page at the top.

Step 4

Do the same for the
other text elements (Salads and Soups). Our menu layout template should look like
this:

add text elements to salads and soups

Step 5

For the inside right page, you must add the following text group elements:

  • Sandwiches
  • Coffee
  • Desserts
  • Drinks

 Our menu design should look like this:

place text elements inside the right page

Step 6

Organize these new
elements on the Layers panel like this:

organize elements in the layers panel

Step 7

We are almost done.
Finally, let’s add our graphic elements. Hide the Side 2 Layer by pressing the Eye
icon and copy (Control-C) the Graphics layer group.
Hide the Side 1 layer and make Side
2
 visible again with the Eye icon
button. Control-V the Graphics group layer.

add graphics group layer

Step 8

Click File > Place Linked and import the Salad
Image
.

Note: You must remove the image’s background first with
the same method we used for the previous ones.

Control-T to resize it and hit Enter.
Double-click
on the layer to open the Blending Options menu, and add a Drop Shadow with the following
settings:

  • Blend ModeMultiply
  • Opacity75%
  • Angle: 90 degrees
  • Distance83 px
  • Size73 px

Step 9

Click File > Place Linked and import the Hamburger
Image
. After removing the background, Control-T to resize it and hit Enter.
Double-click
on the layer to open the Blending
Options
menu, and add a Drop Shadow with the following
settings:

  • Blend ModeMultiply
  • Opacity75%
  • Angle: 90 degrees
  • Distance83 px
  • Size73 px

Step 10

Click File > Place Linked and import the Sandwich
Image
. Do the same here as before. Control-T to resize it and hit Enter.
Double-click
on the layer to open the Blending
Options
menu, and add a Drop Shadow with the following
settings:

  • Blend ModeMultiply
  • Opacity75%
  • Angle: 90 degrees
  • Distance83 px
  • Size73 px

The image below shows us the arrangement of the elements
on our Photoshop menu template.

place images

Step 11

Back to the Graphics.psd file, copy (Control-C) the layer called Leaf. Go back
to the menu template, Control-V, and
place it next to the Salad image. Grab another Leaf, and place it on the right side of
our menu design, next to the Sandwich image.

Step 12

From the Graphics.psd file, copy the following layers:

  • 1 Beer Glass
  • 1 Barbecue-Sauce
  • 3 arrows
  • 1 Line

Go back to the menu templateControl-V, and arrange them like this:

menu template elements disposition

Step 13

And to finish Side 2, go to Side 1 again and copy (Control-C) the Coke layer—for this one, we need to
change the text to Beer with the Text Tool (T). Add $2 and Try
it!
text layers, and arrange them like this:

add text layers

6. How to Export a Template for Printing

Step 1

You can print a
file from Photoshop by going to File > Print. Click Print

print a file from photoshop

Step 2

You can also export
a file as a PDF for online distributing or printing. Head over to File > Save As. In the Save
As
 option window, name the document Burger Menu Template or Photoshop Menu Template as you wish. Set the
format to Photoshop PDF and
click Save.

save as file

Great Job! You’ve Finished Your Photoshop Burger Menu Template!

In this tutorial,
you learned how to make a burger menu template in Photoshop. Here is what you
have learned how to do:

  • Set up a ready-to-print Photoshop file.
  • Add column guides and Bleeds to the menu design.
  • Use the Text Tool.
  • Organize your work into layer groups.
  • Crop and edit images.
  • Export a PDF file.
outside menu photoshop template
inside menu photoshop template

If you’re looking
for more Photoshop menu templates or menu design ideas, you can find easy-to-edit
professional styles on GraphicRiver and Envato Elements. If you want this Photoshop menu template that we’ve just created,
then grab it from GraphicRiver.

original burguer menu template

If you have any
comments or any doubts, feel free to use the comments section below! I’ll be
glad to help you all!

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Love comes with a light look-and-feel that is emphasized by exaggerated counter-form. It feels like a French fashion catalog font of the 60s, which seems appropriate if it supposed to emit a sensual vibe.

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The name of the font is not only about music, though. It also refers to the letterform’s shapes and the embracing ligatures in particular.

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