How To Make a Confetti Brush in Procreate?

If you’re looking to add a celebratory flair to your artwork, you’re in the right place. I’m here to teach you how to create a custom confetti brush in Procreate. 

This guide is designed to help you not only create a functional brush but also understand the nuances that make a great confetti effect. 

If you are a fan of Confettis, then Procreate Glitter Brushes would be a good choice for you to pair them with and create awesome artwork for any type of celebration.

Step-by-Step Guide to Creating a Confetti Brush in Procreate

Creating your very own confetti brush in Procreate is like making magic with pixels, and I promise it’s easier than blowing up a balloon! Let’s get started!

Launch Procreate and Open the Brush Library

Start Procreate and tap on the brush icon to open your Brush Library.

Opening brush library

Create a New Brush Set (Optional):

Tap the “+” at the top right corner of the Brush Library to create a new brush set for organization. Let’s name it ‘Party Brushes’.

Creating a new folder

Start Creating a New Brush

In your new brush set or any existing set, tap the “+” icon again to create a new brush.

Creating a new brush

Select the Shape and Grain


Tap ‘Shape’ and then ‘Edit’ to choose a shape source. You can use basic shapes for varied confetti pieces.


Select ‘Grain’ and then ‘Edit’. A grain with a bit of texture works well for a more natural confetti look. 

Selecting the shape and grain

Customizing Brush Settings


Increase the spacing to ensure your confetti doesn’t clump together.


Adjust the scatter to make the confetti spread out more randomly.


A bit of rotation variance gives each piece of confetti a unique orientation.

Customizing brush settings

Testing and Adjusting Your Brush

Draw on your canvas to test the brush. Adjust settings like size, opacity, and jitter until you’re happy with how your confetti falls.

Testing and adjusting the brush

Save Your Confetti Brush

Once satisfied, tap ‘Done’ to save your new confetti brush.

Tapping done when finished

Adding Color Dynamics (Optional)

To make your confetti multi-colored, go to the ‘Color Dynamics’ tab. Play around with the hue, saturation, and brightness settings for a vibrant, colorful effect. Discover how to enhance your confetti and other artwork using the Liquify tool in Procreate for unique and dynamic effects.

Adding colour dynamics

And that’s it. Hope we helped you out. Happy creating!

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Tanya is a digital artist with a passion for bringing stories to life through her art. Drawing has been a part of her life since childhood, and over the years, she expanded her repertoire to include both traditional mediums and digital platforms. Her toolkit includes a range of software skills, from Procreate and Photoshop to Adobe Indesign, and After Effects.

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