A peppermint candy digi-paper and element freebie

About a year ago I went through a phase where I was playing with patterns so that I could make my own acid-free washi tape (because most of what you buy is NOT acid free).  I think I’m past that now, but thought that I should post some of the files that are back in season.  I made a seamless pattern element and a single candy element.  The elements can be used to make your own patterns.  I’ve also made a high res paper that you can use as-is.  Let me know if anyone is interested in an Inkscape tutorial on patterns.  I think I started one, and then never posted it.  If anyone would like to see it, I can find it and finish it up.  

IHM peppermint candy elements

IHM peppermint candy digi paper

The element download is a zip file with two PNG image files with transparent backgrounds so that they can be layered over other elements or colors.  The paper is high res with a solid background.

My files are for personal use only.  Feel free to link to this post, but the files are not to be shared or distributed in any way.

Download the element files here.

Download the paper here.

7 Responses to A peppermint candy digi-paper and element freebie

  1. Trisha says:

    Thank you very much for these files. I would love to see a tutorial on doing things like this in Inkscape.

  2. Diane says:

    I would love a tutorial on patterns! The peppermint paper is so cute. Thank you

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  4. mddavis53 says:

    I would love the tutorial for patterns in Inkscape please and thank You

  5. Maga says:

    Yes! Pretty please a tutorial for patterns in Inkscape. I love Inkscape but I have soooooo much to learn. I use it to draw designs to digitise for my embroidery machine. Your candies look like Irene says good enough to eat – love the depth you have got to them. Thanks for sharing this (and all the other stuff you give away)

  6. Irene says:

    Oh I love this, looks good enough to eat!! Thanks so much it will be put to good use.

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