Follow up by clicking on Filter > Render > Lighting Effects.
In the filter settings window, set the lighting intensity to about 24 and the focus adjustment to 69. Set the Texture Channel to Red and slide the adjuster down until the value is at about 28. Click OK to apply the settings.
The background of the button is ready. Note that the feathered marquee we used earlier has created a smooth transition into the white background. You can, if you like, try the effect without a feathered marquee, which works just as well, but produces a significantly different effect. However, in such a case you may want to delve into the blending options in the respective layer and apply a subtle drop shadow along with a Stroke of about 6 pixels.
Using the text tool, type in your text on a new layer and add a drop shadow. Although the outer perimeter of the button is suited for a white background, you may easily change the background layer’s color to make it suitable for your own needs.