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Really new to this so sorry if anything seems dumb!

I've got a vector that I'd really like to replace the colour with glitter. Is there any way to replace the colour in the vector with a jpeg image of the glitter colour?

Hope that makes snes.

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Yes, you certainly can!

It's called a vector mask, when you use a path as the mask.

Draw a vector path with the pen tool, and click Layer > Vector Mask > Current Path

Example:

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Or

If you already have a vector shape on its own layer, put the image on a layer above and Alt/Option+click between the two layers to clip the image to the shape below.

Example:

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Yes, that's called a mask. You have a layer with the glitter image, another layer with the vector shape, and with these you can create a mask:

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