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Buffalo Check Photoshop Layer Styles

Hand-Painted Buffalo Check Layer Styles for Photoshop Buffalo check is a versatile plaid pattern that can be used to make elegant creations or even be used in designs that have a retro or rustic ambiance. We've created these One-Click layer styles to make applying these awesome patterns to your digital creations quick and easy!

These lovely patterns have been meticulously hand painted and digitized to preserve the texture of the designs and embrace the imperfections of being hand-made.

Design Inspiration Branding Patterns and backgrounds, Custom Invitations, Blog/Website backgrounds, Textiles, Wall Art backgrounds, Packaging design, Social Media posts, Mock-ups and more!!

What's Included

  • 12 Styles in the colors shown in Hi-Res (300ppi)
  • 12 Styles in the colors shown in Web-Res (72ppi)
  • User Guide for details on installing, using as well has helpful bits on scaling size, using with brushes and diagonal patterns.

We have a version of this in seamlessly repeating JPG format for those that don't use Photoshop available here:

Fonts and sample mock-ups are for example only and not included.

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