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Flowers are the highlight of every packages or gifts for women. Having floral designs are just inspiring and sweet, they make you look on the brighter side of things, and they have limitless patterns and colors. The term flora was the name of the Roman goddess of flowers and spring. The term was widely used in the Renaissance period in France.

Explore our Photoshop brushes that can produce flawless strokes for your floral design. Use them to create invitation cards, announcement boards, and even as mock-ups for home interiors. Choose from a variety of Photoshop floral brushes below that match your preferences.

Free Photoshop Floral Brushes

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Floral Swirls Brushes

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Watercolor Floral Brushes

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Vintage Floral Brushes

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Hand Drawn Floral Leaf Brushes

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The Many Flowers of the World

There are many flower designs that Photoshop artists draw their inspiration from. At present, there are 270,000 species of flowers. All species of flowers grow in different seasons are are enjoyed by both young and old. The most common types of flowers are:

  • Cherry blossoms
  • Dutch tulips
  • Water lilies
  • Poppies
  • Lilacs
  • Daisies
  • Daffodils

Our floral brushes can create these types of flowers and leave fine lines and textures similar to the real ones.

The Meaning Behind

Flowers can either be styled as abstracts, bouquets, corsages, and centerpieces. According to The Old Farmers Almanac, flowers bear different symbols, and different flowers also associate with one’s birth month. The very famous rose symbolizes love and desire and could be used as a guide to picking flowers for major occasions like weddings.

These specific colors of roses have meanings like:

  • Dark red rose—unconscious beauty
  • Pink rosegracefulness, gentleness, happiness
  • Yellow rosefriendship, joy, the promise of new beginnings
  • Coral rose—friendship, modesty, sympathy
  • Orange rose—desire and enthusiasm
  • Lavender rose—love at first sight
  • White rose—purity, innocence, reservedness

White roses also symbolize death in Chinese traditions, so it’s a good idea not to use them; it really depends heavily on your culture on which color of rose or type of flower you want to use for your art pieces.

Decor Floral Brushes

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Floral Stroke Brushes

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Vector Floral Brushes

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Abstract Floral Brushes

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Grunge Floral Brushes

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One Way to Show Emotion

Flowers are the perfect centerpiece for parties, they are more than just decorative pieces—they actually ignite pleasant emotions and boost emotional impact. Of course, this depends on how the floral artist turns a bunch of flowers into one harmonic floral design. Our floral brushes range from soft to hard textures and different brush shapes. Our floral brushes are different from swirl brushes, that form vine-like strokes.

Floral designs are known to have been linked to:

  • Happiness. Gifts were meant to surprise, and a flower design can put a smile on someone’s faces or improve their mood after a hard day’s work. The happy reaction rings true for all ages groups.
  • Comfort and calmness. Anxiousness, agitation, and short-term depression can turn to comfort and peace when recipients or customers get to see a beautiful floral design hung on the wall or given as a present.
  • Well-being. Nature has its own healing power on us humans, and the presence of flora can satisfy and turn a negative emotion into a positive one.
  • Intimacy. For the obvious reason, flowers are meant for our loved ones; giving of flowers is one way of sharing a bond with them.

Check out more articles on our site for more floral and swirl brushes for highlighting your invitation card and announcement board designs.

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