Updated: March 7th, 2014
Christmas brushes / images for Adobe ® Photoshop, PS Elements, psp and others
Wow brush strokes (baubles, santa) for use in Photoshop, Paint Shop Pro, Elements and others
Christmas baubles Youtube video
A video showing the Christmas bauble designs used as a shape layer as well as a fill in Photoshop - the designs can be used once or multiple times. The shapes are also used as a source for Christmas brushes. Youtube video by graphicxtras.com. The shapes are loaded into Photoshop via either the file open command or via the custom shapes palette. The Christmas baubles can be used throughout the application - this video shows a few examples of such useWatch video
Christmas Photoshop brushes, shapes, ...
Opening Christmas shapes files
The shapes files are all in standard Photoshop CSH shapes. Many of the sets also contain EPS files as well as CSH though. The easiest way open the Christmas shapes is via the file open command - though I have found that some versions of Photoshop seem to have issues with opening them via the file open command - it generally works. The best way is to add the CSH file to the shapes folder of Photoshop or PS Elements and then access the CSH file via the shapes palette right side menu. If you place a file 'snowflakes.csh' then that file will appear listed as snowflakes in the right side menu. You can also just use the load / replace command and as I have all my CSH shape files in a central location, I generally load my shapes via the replace command. You can load 1000s of shapes (in most recent versions of Photoshop) though you will probably find some issues if you try to load 10000 or so shapes into the palette - just makes it also very hard to search for a particular artwork as the thumbnails are not that large and there is no easy search feature added to the palette. An alternative way of opening shapes is via the edit menu manager.
What can I do with the Christmas shapes for Photoshop and elements ?
The Christmas shapes can be used in commercial work as well as personal work, you can use the Christmas shapes to create items that can be used in turn to create new shapes that can be sold and so on (CU4CU). The Christmas shapes can be used to create logos, book designs, illustrations, advertising, packaging, posters, caps, wrapping paper, textiles, ceramics, skateboards, leaflets, web site designs, templates, videos and much more. You can use the Christmas shapes to create 1000s of festive different designs. If you have any questions about the shapes, please contact us about the Christmas shapes and I will try and answer your questions as quickly as possible. We can be reached on firstname.lastname@example.org