21 Christmas Snowman Brushes for Photoshop CS+

Frosty the Snowman is one of the most successful additions to modern Christmas symbols. In fact, Christmas snowman has become the ambassadors of winter. This round jolly Christmas snowman reminds us that winter can be fun even if there is less sunshine, plants and trees look dead. Here is a new set of Photoshop brushes that we created using some stock images of Christmas snowman. Use these Christmas Snowman Photoshop brushes to give a festive feel to any of your Holiday invitation and card needs. Use these Christmas Snowman Photoshop brushes for Christmas party invitations, Christmas gift exchange events, Christmas business parties, and other Christmas events that you will want recipients to mark on their calendars. This set of Christmas snowman Photoshop brushes consists 21 brushes and created in Photoshop CS3 so we assume this set would work with any CS versions of Photoshop. The resolution of each Photoshop brush is also set at 300 to 2500 pixels.

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TERMS OF USE: Please limit the usage of these Christmas snowman Photoshop brushes to personal or non-commercial projects. I hope you will find these Christmas snowman Photoshop brushes useful. Your comments will be greatly appreciated. But stumbling or digging this post will make us happiest… Enjoy!

IMPORTANT!!!: Please refrain from redistributing these Christmas snowman Photoshop brushes, (i.e., downloading this set and making it available for download somewhere else). Also, HOTLINKING to the archived file is not allowed. Please refer to this post if you want to spread the word.

Below, you will have a preview on how these Christmas snowman Photoshop brushes would look like when installed in Photoshop:

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3 Comments

  1. I am dying to have someone post a tutorial on how to use these brushes and have them look like they do in the display picture. I have been trying for days to do this and I can’t find a tut to match.

  2. Hello Lissa (previous commenter)! I just happened upon this site and saw your comment. I make my own Photoshop brushes (working on a set right now!) and wanted to let you know that photoshop brushes have no way of looking like the colored images you see here for the snowman. Those are pictures used to make the brushes and “out of the box” brushes will be black and white (depending on your foreground color in Photoshop). There are settings you can change for your PS brushes but they will never look like the colored photo. Hope that helps!

  3. That’s right, only way to get them look like that is to color them on your own :)
    Every time you color something on your own you get a unique image from the next try that you make, it may look similar, but it’s still unique, so try to paint them and make them good looking :)

    Good luck !

    Spottyy,
    sDesign

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