Flower Vectors Photoshop & GIMP Brushes

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Flower Vectors Brushes

Brushes: 29

Photoshop 7, CS-CS6, CC
Photoshop Elements 2+
GIMP 2.2.6+

Description: Various flower shapes in vector style designs.

High Resolution!

Flower Vectors Brushes
How to Install?
Terms of Use

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

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35 Responses to Flower Vectors Photoshop & GIMP Brushes

  1. Jessica says:

    Thank you!!! I am working on making a baby announcement for the upcoming birth of my first daughter and I am super excited to find these. They are exactly what I was looking for.

  2. Beth H says:

    thank you! these are great!

  3. wow…this is what i really wanted

  4. Jennifer says:

    When trying to download, I am met with an error page and the text “ID does not exist” :( so sad, beacause these are so lovely, lol!

  5. these are wonderful brushes. just the thing we really need to finish an ongoing project.

  6. devinder says:

    Thank You! for these brushes

  7. Kathy says:

    Far out and groovy brushes that I will definitely enjoy! Thank you for sharing.

  8. Em says:


    I absolutely adore these brushes, i’m designing an ordination certificate for a good friend but each time i use a brush on what i have done already it is transparent. I am pretty much a novice user, if someone can help me make it look solid i’d be ever so grateful.


    • Stephanie says:

      Vector brushes like these shouldn’t come out transparent. Make sure that your brush opacity and strength (sliders up on the top bar, under your main menu) are both up to 100%. If it’s still a little transparent, what you can do is:

      1. before using the brush, make a new layer (if you’re not sure how to do this, I strongly recommend just about ANY of my tutorials – but the one on brush techniques will help you learn to better use brushes, also)
      2. use the brush on that new layer
      3. duplicate that layer once or twice, and the brush should be fully opaque (non-transparent)

      Hope this helps!

  9. Trastuspies says:

    Awesome, exactly what I needed to finish a drawing :)

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