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My number one aim was to capture the magic of the season, which I hope I’ve achieved 🙂 so you can incorporate that into your creations. I was also careful to include illustrations that can be used in and out of the Christmas season, making this set an all-year-round resource.
**You will receive:**
– 18 Character illustrations including: bears, birds, bunny, girl, snowman, mice and deer
– 30 Floral elements including: floral frames, wreaths and individual DIY elements
– 10 Festive borders
– 26 Decorative goodies including: baubles, ornaments, shapes, snowflakes etc
– 6 Trees
– 5 Quirky diminutive house plus the village
– 2 Types of snow
– 6 Seamless floral patterns
– 6 Seamless hand drawn texture patterns
– 5 paper textures
– 3 streaks and crayon textures
– 6 Ready-made card templates
This set is available in both vector and PNG format except the paper textures which are high-res jpeg files
– Minimum required software **Adobe Illustrator CS3 (vector) or Adobe Photoshop (PNG and PSD)**.
– Please note, you could also access the PNG files using other photo editing software, but you may not be able to open up the PSD card templates. Please check that your photo editing software is compatible with PSD file formats to occupy full access to the card templates.
Feel free to pop me a message anytime if you occupy any questions at all!
Hope this set brings you a diminutive joy 🙂 Thank you for viewing
:::::::::::::: **remarkable news for small business owners!** ::::::::::::::
– Items purchased under the Standard License may be used to create cessation Products for Sale where lifetime sales of that Product attain not exceed 500 units!
– Should you wish to sell more than 500 units, the purchase of an Extended Licence is required which gives you the rights to unlimited sales.
– Please bare in mind that the Items may not be used as in, in a stand alone fashion, but rather needs to form allotment of a novel wider design. More info here: https://creativemarket.com/licenses
I also occupy a handy FAQ that addresses most usage scenarios on my website you may find useful: http://www.lisaglanz.com/faq/