Realistic Photoshop shirt mock up with features your choice of 4 different tie dye designs. You can change the colors on the dual color tie dye and the striped tie dye variations. Choose from a plain color background or weathered wood background, or add your own. Easy to use! Just insert your own shirt graphics into the smart object layer.
High resolution 1500 x 1000 pixel image
Fully editable colors on the background
Editable shirt colors on the dual color and striped tie dye variations
Separate background layer so you can swap out your own background image if you like (wood background shown is included)
This file requires Photoshop or another program that can read PSD files. For free alternatives to Photoshop, we recommend GIMP or https://www.photopea.com/
Organizing Commercial Use Cut File Designs for Silhouette CAMEO and Cricut
The easiest way to keep commercial use designs separate from those designs that are for personal use only is to create special folders for them on your computer and/or in your Silhouette Studio library. Simply call the folder “Commercial Use” and then create sub folders inside the main folder to organize the designs in any way you’d like - by theme, occasion, material, or designer.
MAC Hard Drive
To create a commercial use folder on a MAC open the Finder Panel and decide where you'd like the folder to be stored. If you'd like it in the Documents folder, open the Documents > Right Click > Add Folder. Re-name the folder Commercial Use. To create sub-folders, open the Commercial Use folder you created > Right click > New Folder. Right click on the folder > Re Name the folder based on how you decide to categorize your designs. Repeat this process to create multiple sub-folders.
Silhouette Studio Library File Organization
To organize your commercial use design files in Silhouette Studio, you can do so in the Silhouette Studio Library. Open Silhouette Studio and click "Library" from the top right menu bar. This will open the Silhouette Studio Library. Under the "Local User" area, right click "Library" and then select "New Folder." Double click on the new folder to re-name it "Commercial Use" If you'd like to create sub-folders, repeat he same process only right clicking on the "Commercial Use" folder to create a "New Folder" within in.