Snowflake Shapes

folder in photoshop shapes by userStanly Dezignus on dateNovember 15th, 2007
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Winter is coming and during this season snowflakes will be highly demanded. As you know there are no two snowflakes are alike. That’s why you need a lot’s of them for your design works. Have a look on this different, amazing snow crystals. This set include 48 snowflakes in eps, plus photoshop shapes! So, if you prefer to work with Photoshop that’s your choice!
Size: 1,8 mb
Format: photoshop shapes
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If you prefer vector files you can download this snowflakes from VectorArtBox.com – Vector Christmas snowflakes

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