Recently K updated our banner. To make this more cohesive I came up with a super simple button that incorporates the colors K loves in a simple icon. Here's how I did it (click on any image to enlarge it):
First create a new layer that's 1"x1"
Choose the Elliptical Marquee tool
Draw a circle, filling in the square. Then select, "Edit - Fill - Foreground Color". I've already done a color select using the banner K created and used the eye dropper tool to collect the orange color.
Here's the completed circle filled in with the foreground color that I choose by using the eye dropper tool and selecting the orange used in the banner.
Create a new layer for the smaller circle inside the larger circle
I created a new small circle and filled it in using the eyedropper tool and selecting the darker green from the banner. I use the paintbrush tool to fill it in.
Duplicate the layer that has your new inner circle.
With that duplicated layer selected, move that new circle to the right. Use the magic wand tool to select that new duplicated circle (see the dotted lines that indicate it has been selected).
First, use the eye dropper tool to select a new color from the banner. Then select the brush tool (making sure that new circle is still highlighted).
The new circle has been filled in.
To make the other icons, such as the Instragram one, I create a new circle and insert that image in the middle. You can use the same PDF file with this circle and just hide the layers that are not needed.
We'll make this set of files available later in the week so you can grab them and customize them yourself with colors from your own banner.