Snowflake shapes for Photoshop / Elements / PSP

Last Modified : January 25th, 2015 > Photoshop shapes etc > Snowflakes by Andrew Buckle

snow flake shapes for Photoshop and elements



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200 now flake shapes for Photoshop CS3 CS2 CS1 CC CS4 CS5 CS6 Elements including crystals and icy paths, frosty, complex graphics, sparkles as well as basic vector graphics. CSH format. PC and MAC. Commercial use, royalty free items, use them to create items for sale. All the items are by Andrew Buckle / Snowflake shapes for Photoshop CC CS4 2015 CS6 CS5 Elements Affinity inc. winter, Christmas, Xmas. The CSH presets are loaded via the palette in PS and they can be used as layers, selections, fills and path. They can be combined, blended, used in the same scene over and over, used with different backgrounds, smudged, effects applied, used as a source for new unique presets as well as PS brushes and patterns and much more. On purchase, receive the CSH + gallery + serial + documentation.

PDF Artworks snowflake shapes



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100 Snowflake shapes vectors in PDF vector format for any size of work, all for Photoshop, Elements, PSP, Illustrator, CorelDRAW etc. They are all in standard PDF. They are vectors for any size of frosty night. Load the PDF files on the PC and MAC via the open and place commands. You can also store the Christmas / festive / wintery artworks into the CC creative cloud libraries and they can then be accessed in seconds via that. For commercial use, all are by Andrew Buckle /, use them to create items for sale such as logos, books, backgrounds, artworks, scrap booking, mugs, patches, leaflets, adverts, videos and many more.

PDF Artworks winter festive



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100 Photoshop Snow flake bound shapes for all kinds of work, use in applications such as Photoshop, Elements, Xara and many others. PDF format (Adobe Acrobat) - you can quickly convert the graphics from PDF to TIFF and PNG etc. As they are vectors, you can create super large hi-resolution PNG files. You can combine them, re-color, use them as a source for brushes and patterns and much more. They are for use on the PC and MAC. Commercial use, all royalty free, can be used world wide, no time limits, no credit is required. On the purchase of the set, you receive a zip file which contains the PDF files along with documentation and gallery and serial.

winter festive crisp look



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50 Snowflake shapes for Photoshop, PSP, Adobe Illustrator, GIMP and many other applications. For commercial use, all are by Andrew Buckle / All are royalty free, no time limits etc. They are in PDF vector format and can be used in many different applications simply by opening the PDFs via the open command or the place command. Use on the PC (Windows 10 / 8 / 7 etc) as well as MAC OS X

Christmas snow flake shapes for Photoshop and elements



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315 Snow flake shapes for Photoshop etc includes basic flakes, sparkles, crystals, rounded, six point graphics, unusual, intense and more for use throughout Adobe PS (creative cloud) CC CS6 CS5.5 CS5 CS4 CS3 CS2 CS1 7 6 as well as Adobe PS Elements 13-1. CSH format. Load by double clicking the CSH set or access via the presets palette and use with the shapes tool as well as the cookie cutter and also the blur tool in the filter menu. Commercial use

Snowflake shapes for Photoshop and Elements

multiple paths and type combined


Snowflake shapes and Photoshop videos tutorials

Snowflakes applied as lights (YOUTUBE Video tutorial) A video showing how to use the video timeline with styles, the styles have been applied to two single layers added to a Christmas tree. The lights are glowing and the glow changes over time. This video was created using CC.


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Opening the snowflake Photoshop shapes CSH presets

You can load the CSH presets simply by double clicking it, you can also right click the CSH presets and then select PS to open the file. In some versions of PS, you can use the open command to load them. You can also place the file in the presets folder and then access the set via the presets palette and load / replace command as well as by file name. You can also load (in some versions of PS), the file via the edit menu preset manager command. Once added, you can use the vector presets in all kinds of projects via the PS toolbox and via the shape blur tool as well as the cookie cutter in PS Elements