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Foil Vibes Creator + Massive Bonus

REQUIRED SOFTWARE: Adobe Photoshop CS3 or newer

Absolutely must have of 2016-2017. This kit is kindly packed with 100 pre-made gorgeous gold, copper, bronze, silver, black, pink, red, blue and purple styles for PS, and includes lots of bonus paper textures and patterns all ready for your cool and creative projects.

Easily apply foil layer styles to font, vector elements, brushes and more with one click! Create unique wedding invitations, prints, blog banners, greeting cards, web elements, patterns and so much more.

Here is the instruction of how to install and apply layer styles in Photoshop


  • 100 seamless pre-made shiny foil layer styles in gold, copper, bronze, silver, black, pink, red, blue and purple (ASL)
  • 20 unique bonus abstract patterns (PSD, EPS, PNG)
  • 14 bonus black&white paper textures (JPEG)
  • EXTENDED LICENSE for all elements in this project!

And one more thing: Need some more variations? You can easily change the color of each layer style to any one you want. You can mix and match different foils and create your own unique and beautiful touch. (Super easy and cute video tutorial is waiting for you)

(!) Please note that due to the size of the .asl files (1,05GB), it can't be uploaded directly to the Creative Market, so you will receive the text file with the link to Dropbox where you will be able to download the entire zip file with all the textures.

I hope you'll have fun with it all! If you need any help or have any questions please don't hesitate to get in contact and I'll do my best to help you out!

Thanks & Happy Designing!

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