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Leaves Symbol Font

Mac & Win TrueType (.ttf)
Classification - Symbols
Ready to be used for personal and commercial use
We help you by providing easy video tutorials so you can be up to speed quickly
All files delivered in a single .zip download
This is a useful symbols font. Font elements are created from a base set of leaves. What that means is they work perfectly together.

Professional artists and designers will appreciate all the ways you can combine these elements or use a single one for a simple elegant logo design.

Scrapbookers can create beautiful and complex page designs with a few clicks. Thousands of uses equal thousands of ideas!

Font is TrueType, the most common format for fonts on Mac OS and Windows

  • PSI Leaves ttf (400)

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