the power of neutral pattern collection is here!

Neutral Photoshop Vector Patterns For Photographers 1Neutral Photoshop Vector Patterns For Photographers 2 Your image is all about the associations your clients make with your products, so why not be sure the theme they pick up on is a gorgeous pattern? This collection of 9 square vector designs are perfect for website backgrounds, embellishments and personalized branding. Best of all, our patterns are fully layered, so instead of a flat graphic you can customize elements and colors of these lovely designs until your hearts content. Download today and get started on a cohesive look that your clients will find both professional and creative.

PERFECT FOR: • blog/site backgrounds • baby announcements • greeting cards • branding A special thank you to Amanda Andrews Photography for providing us with the precious image! Click here to see it in the shop!


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