button pack with blue grids background and gray background


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button pack with blue grids background and gray background.

This PSD resource includes the following elements:


This vector contains the following main colors: White,Celeste,Curious Blue,Mine Shaft,Keppel


    Button Pink White Celeste Curious Blue Mine Shaft Keppel

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Button wiki:
>For other uses of the word button, see Button (disambiguation). A button is small disc- or knob-shaped object attached to cloth or an article of clothing. Buttons may be manufactured from an extremely broad variety of materials, including bone, ivory, metal, plastic, and wood. Buttons were first used by the Ancient Romans.The functional role of buttons is to fasten or cinch the openings of a garment. By sliding the button through a slit (the ) in the to which the first is to be held. The slit is only sufficiently wide to allow the button to be fully pushed through while still remaining stitched to the first piece of cloth. See more at Wikipedia.org...

Pink wiki:
>This article is about the color. For other uses, see Pink (disambiguation). Pink is a color made by mixing red and white and sometimes described as being a light red, but it is more accurately a bright undersaturated red. There are many different shades of this color. "Pink" was not a color word known to Shakespeare: it was invented in the 17th century to describe the light red flowers of pinks, flowering plants in the genus Dianthus, possibly named from the "pinked" edges of their petals appearing to have been cut with pinking shears. See more at Wikipedia.org...

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