Tie Dye Watercolour Patterns Pack

By: Tasiania

Presenting you a Tie-Dye collection of freshly made watercolor seamless patterns inspired by DIY Shibori and traditional methods of Batik printing.

DIY Shibori with Indigo is a Japanese method of dying by twisting, binding, wrapping and folding. The main dye used for this technique is Indigo because of its beautiful color and easy-to-create resistance patterns on fabric.

Tie Dye Watercolour Patterns Pack

This new watercolor pack contains 40 different seamless patterns that would be perfect for any kind of paper stationery (posters, business cards, postcards, notebooks, invitation) or home decor (pillows, bedclothes, towels, napkins), for weddings, apparel, merchandise designs, scrapbooking, fashion and so much more.

Included in this set:

• 40 Vector .EPS format files of every pattern.
• 40 .JPG files of every pattern. Dimensions: 4000 px x 4000 px.
• 40 .PNG files of every pattern with transparent background. Dimensions: 4000 px x 4000 px.

Format: All patterns are supplied in both vector and raster format (i.e. .PNG, .JPG and .EPS)

Software compatibility: Adobe Photoshop or Illustrator 8 and newer. .JPG and .PNG files will work with most graphic software.

This product was originally featured in The Mammoth Textures, Patterns and Backgrounds Bundle

These images have been provided by the designer for presentational purposes only. Please refer to the Design Cuts license for terms of use.
Tie Dye Watercolour Patterns Pack
Tie Dye Watercolour Patterns Pack

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2 lovely comments from our community

  1. Linda Romero

    Is it possible to change the color? Can these be used in Photoshop Elements.

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    • Annabel Smith

      Hey Linda,

      Thanks for commenting and I’m so sorry for any confusion caused by the compatibility for this one. The great news is that as the designer has also included PNG and JPG files in their Tie Dye Watercolour pack, these should certainly work for you in Photoshop Elements!

      You should certainly be able to change the colour of these Patterns and I have popped you an email with some helpful steps as to how you can achieve this :)

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