This Army Camo Digital Paper Pack includes 4 Camouflage pattern styles including Woodland Camo, Digital Camo, Multicam Camo & Scorpion Camo in 4 different colorways. Different camo colors can be found here.
These printable military camoflage themed digital papers are perfect for any DIY handcrafted project (both personal and commercial) including but not limited to party invites, photography backgrounds, photo cards, printable scrapbook papers, digital scrapbook paper, digital scrapbook kits, greeting cards, wedding invitations, flyers, posters, planners, notecards, journals, party favors, album layouts, stationary, tags, stickers, bookmarks, teacher resources and more! The possibilities are endless…
You can open and print the files in this digital paper pack using any digital software program that supports JPEG file format. This includes word processing programs such as Microsoft Word, Open Office and LibreOffice as well as graphic programs such as Adobe Photoshop, Corel Draw, Paint Shop Pro, Adobe Photoshop Elements, GIMP, etc.
Download instantly and print from home easily on your home printer! Color will vary slightly based on your monitor, printer and the paper quality, weight and type you print on.
I personally like the Epson line of printers and papers for home based printing. I prefer their Matte paper line over their photo, luster or semi-gloss but I think all their papers are nice. It really depends on your needs.
For professional portfolio printing, I use both premium (#3) and ultra premium (#4). I’ve found that printing using papers from your printer’s manufacturer yields the best color results. Use Epson papers with Epson printers and HP papers with HP printers.
The JPEG designs in these digital papers are SEAMLESS PATTERNS which you can use to create repeat patterns in Photoshop. You can apply the pattern to custom shapes and text as well as create different sized papers to meet your needs. Prior working knowledge with Photoshop patterns is required. Keep in mind that while these are seamless pattern designs, the pattern works best scaled down. These papers are in JPEG format (not vector) which means enlarging the pattern design too much will result in pixel loss.