100 Ornament custom shapes for Photoshop CC CS6 CS5.5 CS5 CS4 CS3 CS2 CS1 7 6 (Adobe PS 15-6) and PS Elements 13.0 to 1.0. PC (Windows 8, 7, XP, Vista etc) and MAC OSX and includes rounded, curved, rectangular, tiles, curved, crescent and more.
The Photoshop ornament shapes are mixed vector graphics for any size of work.
Commercial (CU4CU) use. All are by Andrew Buckle / graphicxtras.com. You can use them to create all kinds of works such as logos, books, covers, cards, adverts, packaging, scrap booking and more
All stored in CSH and can be accessed via the shapes tool and the cookie cutter tool or shape blur filter. The ornament shapes for Photoshop are all vectors for any size of work and can be used to create large as well as small work. The ornament shapes can be re-colored, modified, warped, distorted, blended, combined and more. The shapes can also be used as a great source for Adobe ® Photoshop brushes and patterns.
The ornament shapes can be applied in multiple ways and can be used as a source for brushes and patterns etc. You can also export them to other applications so the same items can then be used in a whole host of other apps (you do need Adobe PS though to do this task)
On buying the set, you receive the download link to the shapes and this also includes documentation and gallery and serial number for any update of the set.
They are in CSH format. You can only use them in PS and PS Elements, so no point in trying to open them in PSP or any other graphic app.
Anyway, you can double click the CSH file and that should load them in the current version of Photoshop - that does depend on the file associations otherwise you might find another app opening or on a windows machine, attempts to open the file as a windows custom shell script (not actually sure what that even is). If you can't load them that way, you can also right click the CSH file and select the open or open with command and then select PS or PS elements from the list.
You can also place the CSH file into the presets 'custom shapes' folder which can be found as a sub folder of Adobe PS or PS Elements. If using PS, you can also load them via the presets palette load and replace commands which enables you to place the CSH files in any location and browse for them (that is what I have set up on my machine as I have a few versions of PS and PS Elements)
You can also load them via the edit menu preset manager command
CC 2014 CS6 CS5 CS4 CS3 CS2 CS1 7 6 and elements 13 12 11 etc as well as standalone PS 15 - 6