Watercolor Floral Design Set -Audrey
By: Twigs and Twine
This beautiful floral clip art set was inspired by the understated yet glamorous style of the 50’s and 60’s style icons. It has a neutral colour palette, so it is very versatile for a range of uses
There are various cream roses and delicate green foliage, also accents such as glittery leaves and gold foiled elements. You can use the separate elements to create your own arrangements, or for an effortless solution to your design projects you could use the co-ordinating design pieces for a quick way to create a beautiful design. All the elements are highly detailed and hand drawn, so they will give an artistic look to any project.
Included in this set:
• 32 separate Flower/leaf images in .PNG format with transparent background (Vector .AI versions included)
• 12 flower arrangements in .PNG format with transparent background (Vector .AI versions included)
• 4 wreath images in .PNG format with transparent background (Vector .AI versions included)
• 12 design papers in .JPG format 12″ x 12″ (please note these aren’t seamless patterns).
• 1 Seamless Photoshop pattern .PAT file
Software compatibility: Adobe Photoshop CS6 and Illustrator CS6 or newer. .PNG files will work with most graphic software.
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32 separate Flower/leaf images
12 flower arrangements
4 wreath images
12 design papers
1 Seamless Photoshop pattern .PAT file
Software compatibility: Adobe Photoshop CS6 and Illustrator CS6 or newer. .PNG files will work with most graphic software
File size is approx 463.2 MB (480.9 MB unzipped), offered as a single download.
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