Autumn Essentials: 50+ Photoshop Brushes

It’s November, the month when Thanksgiving is celebrated in the US and other parts of the World. Aside from that, November also coincides with Fall. This set of free Photoshop brushes called “Autumn Essentials” consists various symbols of Autumn and Fall, from nature to fashion to food, you will surely find something to use from this set. Included in this set are images of various leaves, trees, pumpkins, mushrooms, acorns, umbrella, shawl, boots, glove, sliced apple, etc. For more information about the terms of use, make sure to read below.

You can use these brushes to make greeting cards and flyers for your Autumn parties, gift tags, party favor tags, journal note cards, and post cards. To use the brush, just choose the color of your brush and stamp it on your canvas. The brushes come in very high-resolution so make sure to adjust the size of your brush before stamping.

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This set of Autumn brushes includes 52 high resolution images, with each brush sized at around 2500 pixels. They are created in Adobe Photoshop CS5 but should work with any CS version of the program. Above is the preview of the brushes contained in this set. These are great for posters, invitation cards, party cards, gift tags, post cards, etc.

TERMS OF USE: As with our previous brush sets, these may be used also for personal, noncommercial purposes only. Also, please refrain from making them available for download outside of this site. If you want other people to know about these freebies, please refer them to this original post. Also, HOTLINKING to the archived file is not allowed.

IMPORTANT! The download file is password-protected to prevent hotlinking and discourage people from violating terms of use of our brushes. We have been seeing our brushes being distributed by other sites without our permission. PASSWORD for these brushes is: “pfb”

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