I thought I would show an example of what you can do with the wreath brushes. I used one of them to create a wreath in Procreate and added the bulbs with the new shaded bead brushes.
PLEASE NOTE-I did use Photoshop to finish up my postcard. If you do not have access to Photoshop there are other alternatives like GIMP, Pixlr or you can start a free trial in Photoshop.
The process is quite simple and so much fun.
When you are happy with your Procreate artwork, save as a PNG. This creates a transparent background and just the art work with show, remember to turn off your background layer in Procreate. You can design your background right in Procreate too, the possibilities are endless.
Here we go-
I opened a Postcard size document in Photoshop at 300ppi and brought in my Procreate PNG file. I added text, a couple drop shadows and a patterned background and lowered the opacity to soften it. I also duplicated my Procreate artwork since I thought it was a little thin and sad looking. After duplicating I transformed and rotated the wreath to add to the fullness.
Graphic designer, hand letterer, crocheter, knitter and huge craft enthusiast.