Floral Photoshop Patterns

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Floral Patterns

Patterns: 23

Compatibility:
Photoshop 7, CS-CS6, CC
Photoshop Elements 2+



Description: Various floral patterns. Some are just flowers, others have swirls, others leaves and stems (foliage), etc.

High Resolution!


Floral Patterns
How to Install?
Terms of Use
 

Download the image pack (for those without Photoshop & GIMP)

Photoshop Tip:

If you like the pattern, but not the colors, here’s a quick tip to help you fix that!

  • Apply the pattern as a layer style and get it positioned how you want it.
  • Now, make a new layer beneath that one. Select the layer with the pattern on it again, and type CTRL-E (CMD-E on Mac) to merge the layers together.
  • If you are using Photoshop CS or greater (and some of the newer Elements have it, as well, but not sure which version it was introduced in), then:
    • Choose Image > Adjustments > Replace Color (in Elements, it’s Enhance > Adjust Color > Replace Color).
    • A window will pop up, and your cursor will turn into an eyedropper. Use that eyedropper to select the color that you want to change.
    • Slide the “Fuzziness” slider to the right or left until it selects just the right amount of the color that you want to change (the white stuff in the preview image is what is “selected” to change, the black will not). Moving the slider to the right means it will pick up more colors similar to the one you selected. Moving the slider to the left means it will pick up less colors.
    • Once you have your selection, move the Hue, Saturation, and Lightness sliders to get the color exactly how you’d like it. (Note: you can still change the “Fuzziness” slider while you’re doing this step, if you can see that it didn’t turn out quite right.)
    • That’s it!
  • If you’re using an older version of Photoshop or something that doesn’t have “Replace Color” as an option, you can still do this:
    • Choose Select > Color Range.
    • A window will pop up, and your cursor will turn into an eyedropper. Use that eyedropper to select the color that you want to change.
    • Slide the “Fuzziness” slider to the right or left until it selects just the right amount of the color that you want to change (the white stuff in the preview image is what is “selected” to change, the black will not). Moving the slider to the right means it will pick up more colors similar to the one you selected. Moving the slider to the left means it will pick up less colors.
    • Click “Ok” – the stuff that you want to change should be selected.
    • Now choose Image > Adjustments > Hue/Saturation.
    • Move the Hue, Saturation, and Lightness sliders to get the color exactly how you’d like it.

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26 Responses to Floral Photoshop Patterns

  1. Susanna says:

    Thank you so much for all that you share, and for the high quality of work that you offer.

  2. Catherine says:

    I love your work! Although I tried loading the patterns into Gimp, but it would not recognize the file type. Do you have any suggestions?

  3. Stephanie says:

    @Catherine: Do you have a GIMP version that’s more recent than 2.2.6? They won’t work in any versions prior to that one. Oh, patterns… I’m not sure that the patterns work in GIMP, just the brushes. Sorry! I’m not sure that GIMP has allowed functionality of PAT files yet.

  4. Claire says:

    How can I blend photos with these patterns? Sorry if it’s a silly question but I’m new to Photoshop.

  5. Stephanie says:

    @Claire: Hmm. I’d be happy to answer your question, but I’m not sure I understand what you mean by “blending photos.” I have a tutorial that explains how to install and use PS Patterns, you can find a link in my sidebar under “Getting Started” or in my tutorials section. That may help you out!

    If it doesn’t, explain to me a bit more precisely what you’re trying to do and I”ll see if I can explain it!

    Good luck!

  6. Jamie says:

    Thank you :) I haven’t done this in Photoshop before, but I LOVE the floral patterns! Thank you so much!!! :) Now I just need to learn how to use them.

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  8. Jessica says:

    I understand that GIMP can use Photoshop brushes, patterns, etc, since I have a ton of .abr brushes, however for some reason every time I install a .pat file, it’s telling me it’s an unknown extension of file 62388 or something like that.

    How do I install the patterns in GIMP [portable]?

  9. Stephanie says:

    @Jessica: I’ve heard that PAT files for Photoshop are different than the PAT files in GIMP. Photoshop patterns don’t seem to be compatible with GIMP yet, I’m afraid! (At least, from what I was told… and it certainly seems that way in this situation, as well!)

    Sorry! You can still download the images that come with mine and make them into GIMP patterns. :)

  10. Kate says:

    Hi,

    Thank you! so to change multiple colour parts of the print design do you just keep duplicating the layers – how can you make each colour on its on layer?

    thank you

  11. Kari says:

    GIMP USERS:
    I found a pretty simple solution. I don’t think Gimp recognizes .pat, so instead, all you should have to do is download the image pack, unzip it, and copy the images over to an open ‘patterns’ folder. I’m not sure if it works on anything before 2.4, but it should.

  12. lol says:

    thank you so much for your tutorials and patterns ! :D
    i look forward to more of your works ;)

  13. Js dan says:

    I love your work. If i need to use the brushes and patterns for creating commercial work then i need to credit it to you or your site. am i correct?

  14. Stephanie says:

    @Js dan: Yep, you need to credit me whether it be commercial or noncommercial. The credit should go right along with whatever you’ve used them on. So, if it’s displayed on the web, that’s easy enough – the credit can just be mentioned anywhere on the same page as the design (and at the footer/sidebar of each page if it’s used on the design of the site itself). If it’s something like a t-shirt, this doesn’t work so well, however… which is why I also have commercial licenses available, which will allow you unlimited usage of that set (other than redistributing it “as-is”, of course) without needing to credit me at all. So, it’s your choice, and entirely dependant on how you want to use it. :)

  15. Js dan says:

    Thanks a lot…i was thinking about using it for card making …will surely credit whenever i use it.

    Thnaks again!

  16. karen says:

    Can you explain to new PS folk whether we would want the image or the pattern download? I don’t understand the difference between the two choices. Thanks! I love your site!

  17. Stephanie says:

    @karen: If you have Photoshop 7 or higher (including all the CS series), you want the pattern. The image set is only for people that do NOT have Photoshop or can’t use the patterns for some reason. They’re the images that I used to make the patterns themselves. So, it may also depend upon your purpose – I can think of a few reasons to get the images (the file will be smaller, if you only need one and don’t need it repeating over and over seamlessly, etc), but for the most part you’ll want the patterns. Sorry for any confusion!

  18. Tami A says:

    Thank you. Will try these out. :)

  19. Cool…very cool thank you so much!

  20. Kicki says:

    Thank you so much Huz

  21. Kicki says:

    and the right word is Hugz
    LOL

  22. Cilla says:

    Hi stephanie!

    i love thoese! they are soo cute :D but i really want them to gimp! can you maybe make them so you also can use them in gimp? :))

    • Stephanie says:

      I make them available as JPGs as well so that YOU can make them work in GIMP. I don’t use GIMP and have no plans to learn it… I’d rather keep making resources for people than spend my time figuring out a new program that I won’t use. :)

      Download the “image pack” and use those JPGs to make patterns in GIMP. An internet search should help you along if you’re not sure how to do it.

      Thanks!

  23. Swapnil says:

    Thank you so much for the collection. It’s great!

  24. Aigha says:

    Beautiful, thank you ever so much!

  25. Mary says:

    I love you work and the helpful tips! Thank you very much

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