Driving through our neighborhood on the way home Friday night, I couldn’t help but notice the vibe in our subdivision had changed…holiday lights were going up! I love this time of year; it just felt like it came sooner than usual this year. To ring in the start of the holiday decorating season, in this week’s tutorial we create a string of vector holiday lights, then create a pattern brush out of them for unlimited hang-them-where-and-how-long-you-want-them use 🙂 Let’s get started!

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  • Hi Teela,

    I was perusing your older tutorials and came across this. I was wondering if there is a way to make the lights twinkle using Photoshop’s timeline feature?

    Thanks and happy holidays!

  • Did you ever release a video on how to make the corners?

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