Open the template
Delete everything in the layers panel except the groups titled
- iPhone > 120 Retina Home Screen
- Rounded Mask
Delete every layer except the two layers highlighted here:
Command/CTRL-click the mask thumbnail on the "Rounded Mask" group. This will load the mask as a selection (you'll see the marching ants)
- Grab the Marquee Tool, hold down the Option/Alt key and drag selections over the areas which are not the 120ox icon. So that, in the end, you are left with marching ants only around the 120px icon.
- click the "120 Retina Home Screen" group in the Layers Panel to highlight it.
- Click the New Mask button at the bottom of the Layers Panel.
Things should look like this:
- Drag the "120 Retina Home screen" group out of the "Rounded Mask" group. (So it's not nested inside the "Rounded Mask" group).
- Drag the "Rounded Mask" group to the trash icon at the bottom of the Layers Panel.
Image > Trim from the menu.
- Tick Transparent Pixels in the dialog box and click
- Expand the "120 Retinal Home Screen" group in the Layers Panel and edit the "Artwork" smart object layer with your art. Or simply add a new layer containing your artwork.
- When finished, choose
File > Save For Web to save your image for the web. (Do not use any of the actions associated with the template.)
Essentially all you need is a 120x120px document with a rounded corner mask. That can be created a number of ways, many of which are faster and less convoluted. Based upon your initial decision to use this template for something relatively straightforward, I think the above explanation may be the most beneficial to you.
Same thing in 5 simple steps.....
- New 120x120px document
- Draw a rounded rectangle using the Rounded Rectangle tool (it doesn't matter what color the rounded rectangle is.
- Place your artwork as a Smart Object layer above the rounded rectangle layer
Hold the Option/Alt key down and click the line, in the Layers Panel, right between the art and the rectangle layers.
This created a Clipping Layer which restricts your artwork to only within the rounded rectangle. This adds the rounded corners to your artwork.
File > Save for Web... to save the image.
To be frank, this is very simple Photoshop stuff. There shouldn't be a need for a "template" or anything pre-constructed. All it takes is a basic understanding of tools and the Layers Panel.