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Easter Hand Drawn Icons

Why Use Hand Drawn Icons

First of all they are super cute! Which basically means that what ever you will use them for will be super cute too :-) Isn't that a reason enough to buy them now? Imagine all those cards or posters that you could create and spice it up a bit with this little illustrations.

Apart from that sweetness they are really well prepared to make your work super easy. And If you ever encounter any problem with them I'm here to help.

Hand Drawn EASTER Set contains

  • 47 hand drawn icons
  • Each icon in 4 graphic styles (that’s 188 icons total)
  • Each Icon saved separately as PNG in 3 sizes
  • Each icon saved separately as SVG
  • Each icon has it's own name
  • Source file with all icons in AI, PDF, EPS and PSD format
  • CSH format for Basic (single color) version

High Quality, Hand Drawn And Vector


I put a lot of effort to deliver the highest quality product. I start from sketching all the icons on paper. Then I trace them by hand using two, different line width, pens. Next I scan and vectorize them by hand using pen tool in illustrator. Want to see the proces? Follow me here https://www.instagram.com/goodstuffnononsense/

What You Can Do With Them (In photoshop or illustrator)

  • change colors
  • mix them together
  • scale them without losing quality as they are 100% vector
  • create svg sprites for your website

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How to change the color of the icons?

I've created a little tutorial for you http://goodstuffnononsense.com/how-to-recolor-icons/