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Confetti - Brushes

Add some fun to any design with our fun, funky confetti brushes.

MUST HAVE ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR TO USE


What you Receive:

  • .eps files for every version of illustrator from CS6 to CS2
  • 12 Pattern Swatches
  • 12 Confetti Brushes in various color palettes
  • 8 Bonus Heart & Star Brushes

Please send a support request if you require any assistance or check out our FAQs section

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How do I contact support?

If you need help with the product, please contact the shop owner by visiting their shop profile and sending them a message. For anything else (licensing, billing, etc), please visit our Help Center.

How can I unzip product files?

PC: To extract a single file or folder, double-click the compressed folder to open it. Then, drag the file or folder from the compressed folder to a new location. To extract the entire contents of the compressed folder, right-click the folder, click Extract All, and then follow the instructions.

Mac: Double click the .zip file, then search for the product folder or product file.

If you continue to have trouble, check out this help file for more tips.

I'm having trouble with opening the files.

Try installing the through the brush and swatch palettes. Here are the instructions:

Illustrator Brush Instructions:
In Illustrator go to Window > Brush Libraries > Other Library and select file

Pattern Swatches:
In illustrator go to Window > Swatch Libraries > Other Library and select file

Photo Shop Brushes:
In photoshop click the settings gear on the brush palette and select load brushes. Then select the file.

I've tried opening the files through the palettes, and the brushes and patterns still aren't showing up.

Open the .eps file that coordinates with your version of illustrator. The brushes or swatches should populate automatically in the palettes for that document.