Hand Drawn Floral Photoshop Patterns

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This pack contains 15 carefully hand drawn seamless Photoshop patterns which are perfect to be used on your digital creations. Made at 150dpi you can use these patterns for your digital designs such as stationery, packaging, business cards, social media posts, etc. As they are perfectly seamless, you can use them to fill large areas like website backgrounds.

The download includes a .pat file containing the 15 floral patterns and also a .psd file for you to get started with the patterns already applied and with an additional layer for you to change the pattern color. Using the patterns is really simple; just load the patterns into Photoshop, draw your shape and from the Layer Style panel choose your desired pattern under the Pattern Overlay option or simply make a new Pattern Fill layer.

By default, the patterns are black and white, with transparent background and at a scale of 25%, but with a few more clicks you can change the pattern color or scale the entire pattern to fit your needs.

How to install:

  • Open Photoshop.
  • Go to "Edit > Presets > Preset Manager".
  • From the dropdown menu choose "Patterns".
  • Click the "Load" button and locate the “Hand Drawn Floral Photoshop Patterns.pat” file in your computer.
  • Click "Load" again and then click "Done".

How to change the pattern color:

  • Open the “Hand Drawn Floral Photoshop Patterns.psd” file in Photoshop.
  • Double click on the "Change Pattern Color" layer thumbnail.
  • Pick any color from the Color Picker window and click OK.

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