Thanksgiving Harvest: Fruits, Vegetable, Food PS Brushes
For your Thanksgiving-themed designs this season, here is a set of free Photoshop brushes featuring Thanksgiving harvest and other design elements. These brushes are useful for creating greeting cards, post cards, gift tags, and men cards for Thanksgiving. These are also useful for designing your scrapbooks or journal pages. Below is the preview of some of the Thanksgiving harvest Photoshop brushes in this set.
WHAT YOU WILL GET FROM THIS BRUSH SET
There are a total of 24 high-quality brushes in this set that you can use as stamp brushes in Photoshop. Each brush has a resolution of around 2500 pixels, which make them large enough even for 300 DPI designs or those you wish to print later on. The file that you may download is an ABR Photoshop brush file contained in a RAR archived file. If you want to use these images but do not have a Photoshop CS program, then just leave a comment and we will provide you with the link where you can get the image pack. Below is the preview of the brushes contained in this set and their sizes. The images include pumpkin, pumpkin pie slice, roasted turkey, acorn, apple, and pear. There are also maple leaves, tree branch, dried leaves, among other things.
HOW TO USE THESE THANKSGIVING HARVEST PS BRUSHES
These brushes are very detailed and are therefore great for high-resolution printed materials and also for web banners. You can use these brushes for creating posters, flyers and brochures related to Thanksgiving and Autumn in general. They are also useful for gift tags, greeting cards, and invitation cards.
Download the brush pack (download link below) and install it in your Photoshop program. These brushes were created in Adobe Photoshop CS5 so they are compatible with any CS+ version of the program. To use the brushes, just choose the color of your brush and stamp it on your canvass. The brushes come in very high-resolution so make sure to adjust the size of your brush before stamping. The brushes also have a watercolor, making them look like they were hand drawn.
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