8 Green Nature Themed Seamless Photoshop Patterns

For your nature-themed designs, here is a set of free pattern in green and white combination. Called Walk in the Park, the patterns feature drawings of trees, birds and benches–things you usually see in a park. Use these patterns as background for your DIY projects such as scrapbooks and postcards. There are 8 patterns in this set that you can download and use for free. They seamlessly repeat when used as pattern (.pat) in Photoshop. Thus, they are ideal as background for websites or to fill any shape and canvas.

Included in the download pack is the Photoshop .PAT file. For those who have no Photoshop program, you have the option to download the high-res image pack/digital paper in PNG format. They are sized at 12×12 inches at 300 DPI. You can use these patterns as background for posters, party invitation cards, for birthday invitation card, summer-themed postcards, among others.

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TERMS OF USE:
These patterns may be used for personal and commercial purposes but a link back is required. Also, please refrain from making them available for download outside of this site. If you want other people to know about our freebies, please refer them to this post.

IMPORTANT!
The download file is password-protected to prevent hotlinking and discourage people from violating terms of use of our brushes. When prompted for a password, just key in “pfb”.


 

Did you like these patterns? Check out also some related free patterns you can use as backgrounds.


 

Below, are just previews of the actual pattern. These are not seamless, so do not just copy them and use in your design. Use the button above to download the type of file that you want.

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  1. What is the password, please?

  2. password is “pfb”. All the while I thought the password was indicated in the post.

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