We Lived Happily Ever After: 8 Free Arrows for Digital Graphics

Friday, October 18, 2013

8 Free Arrows for Digital Graphics


So a few days ago I shared how to transfer your hand drawn sketches into digital graphics (see it here) and today I wanted to share some of the graphics that I have come up with using this method. I LOVE arrows. Probably the #1 shape I use in blogging. But you don't need to use them for just blogging- you can use them on your everyday photos too.
They are Free for Personal Use, as always! If you are planning on using them commercially, or for branding, please purchase my commercial licence HERE. Also, please read my terms of use in the download folder, and follow the directions there if you have any questions. 

If you are making something to distribute freely (for example, a printable on your blog) make sure to read my terms of use included in the folder.

If you are having issues using this download link, please reference my FAQ post HERE to troubleshoot it.
To see how to use these graphics in Photoshop or Picmonkey, see my tutorial HERE. To see how to change the color of the graphics in Picmonkey, see this post HERE. To see how to add color in-between the lines of graphics in photoshop, go HERE.



20 comments :

  1. Thanks for the awesome arrows!

    Amy @ http://www.delineateyourdwelling.com

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  2. Wow! this looks adorable! Thanks for sharing this it's so helpful ^__^! xxx

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  3. so excited to use! Cutest ever! Thank you <3

    http://raisingaverymae.blogspot.com

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  4. I'm so thrilled you like them! Have fun! :)

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  5. Thanks so much for sharing your talents Hannah. I can't wait to try using an arrow on one of my photos!

    Warmly, Michelle
    Faith, Trust & Pixie Dust

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  6. One Marine significant other to another, thanks for the graphics! Keep up your awesomeness! I love what you're doing.

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  7. Sorry, not sure if I was able to post so I will ask again.

    For PS CS6, any idea how I should save the PNG as interlaced ?? I can't seem to find the option anywhere plus should I delete the background layer of the original image before I save ?? Thx.

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    1. I don't use PS CS6 (my version is much older! Haha!) I would use Google for the most accurate answer. Hope that helps! :)

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  8. I just grabbed your link from a pin on pinterest! Love the arrows, thank you!

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  9. these are awesome! could you do a tutorial on how to make one's own?

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    1. I actually already have a tutorial for that. Here it is! :)

      http://www.welivedhappilyeverafter.com/2013/10/transfer-your-writing-drawings-doodles.html

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  10. I needed a quick arrow tonight for a scrapbook page. I'm super happy that pintrest lead me here! Love your work!

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  11. Thank you, thank you for sharing your talent! I absolutely adore your work!!!

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