FREEBIE // HAND DRAWN WATERCOLOR PATTERN

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It's been a little while since I've posted or given anything away lately.  I've been working hard, really hard behind the scenes on several projects, and have been buried in the very mundane task of completing my taxes (boring I know, but necessary).  So to relax, generally I enjoy painting, and sketching (and OK... Pinning) during some down time.  Last night I made this watercolor background, scanned it into my computer this morning, and decided that it would make a great little digital freebie.  It's just a simple watercolor pattern with shades of blue, green, and gray (.PNG file format).

DOWNLOADING THE WATERCOLOR FREEBIE:  
** Please read the "terms & conditions" below, before downloading  
  1. To download just click on the watercolor image below;
  2. then right click;
  3. 'save image as';
  4. and enjoy! 



72 dpi   |   PNG file   |   RGB
Transparent Background

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Please read "terms & conditions" below before downloading, and enjoy!  



TERMS & CONDITIONS 
  • This "freebie" product was created by Feather & Sage Design Company for your PERSONAL USE ONLY.  You may not resell, share, or redistribute in whole or in part in any way, for any reason.  A link back to this blog or post is very much appreciated; however, please do not link directly to the download file. Installation, usage, and support is not included with freebie products.  By downloading, you understand and agree to these terms and conditions.
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  >>   SAMPLE OF WHAT YOU CAN CREATE   <<  

Below are just a few examples of what you can do with this watercolor pattern...

CAN BE USED AS A SHAPE OVERLAY:
Here, I used Photoshop, and added the watercolor overlay in it's own layer above two of my banners from this set, then attached it using the clipping mask.  


CAN ALSO BE USED AS A TEXT OVERLAY:
In Photoshop, I added the watercolor overlay in it's own layer above one of my text layer, and attached using the clipping mask.
EASILY CHANGE THE COLORS:
In Photoshop, I simply added a solid color overlay, and adjusted the blending mode to 'color'.  You could also adjust the 'Hue/Saturation' to change the color or use the Gradient Map. Then adjust the blending mode and opacity to taste.



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