This free set of 20 vintage/aged paper textures contains textures that are each 3600x3600px in size, high-resolution, and in JPG format. I use textures a lot in my illustrations and in my tutorials, so I made a variety of colors so that I would have a library to choose from. Now, I’m sharing them with you. Use these textures as backgrounds or for adding textured elements in your designs, illustrations, photos, and so forth.

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Colored Vintage Paper Texture 01 (Aqua)

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Colored Vintage Paper Texture 02 (Blue)

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Colored Vintage Paper Texture 03 (Brown)

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Colored Vintage Paper Texture 04 (Dark Blue)

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Colored Vintage Paper Texture 05 (Deep Blue)

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Colored Vintage Paper Texture 06 (Deep Green)

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Colored Vintage Paper Texture 07 (Deep Orange)

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Colored Vintage Paper Texture 08 (Deep Red)

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Colored Vintage Paper Texture 09 (Grey)

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Colored Vintage Paper Texture 10 (Light Yellow)

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Colored Vintage Paper Texture 11 (Lime)

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Colored Vintage Paper Texture 12 (Magenta)

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Colored Vintage Paper Texture 13 (Midnight Black)

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Colored Vintage Paper Texture 14 (Moss Green)

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Colored Vintage Paper Texture 15 (Orange)

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Colored Vintage Paper Texture 16 (Pink)

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Colored Vintage Paper Texture 17 (Purple)

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Colored Vintage Paper Texture 18 (Red)

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Colored Vintage Paper Texture 19 (Sea Green)

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Colored Vintage Paper Texture 20 (Yellow)

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Details

  • File format: JPG
  • Size: 3600x3600px
  • Licensing: Commercial and personal work under Design Instruct Downloadable Freebie Files
  • Limitation of use: Do not redistribute or sell files
  • Number of items: 20
  • Number of files: 20

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Ciara Panacchia is a graphic artist transplanted from Carlow, Ireland to Illinois to work for the B2B agency MarketSense. Inspired by her daughter and her heritage, she began illustrating a series of bilingual books to help teach her daughter the Irish language. She recently started the site eliesbooks.com in the hopes of someday self-publishing the series. Follow Ciara on Twitter @ciarasworld and see her work on Flickr or her website.