>You can create an image or text layer to hold your watermark. Once
>that's
>ready, set the opacity (a sliding bar found just above the layers) to
>whatever you'd like. If that doesn't quite create the effect you want,
>you
>can try adjusting the Mode (just above the opacity bar). Try combining
>them
>until you get what you're after.
>
>Good luck!
>MFisher

Thank you for your response. I'm not sure how to save it as a new pattern. Can
you help me with that?

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