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Raise your hand if you love free SVG files! Me too. That’s why I’m sharing my free arrow SVG file with you. I have twelve different designs of arrows plus a couple of tribal dividers. Plus you can find free SVG text dividers and flourishes available here if you’re interested.
I use arrows in my text designs all of the time. It’s one of my favorite design elements to use.
I’m getting ready to make a sign for my sons’ room using some of the arrows available in this file. Here’s a pic of the stencil I have ready to go.
For the word Blessed I used the font Two Peaks (find it here). I think it fits perfectly with the arrows, don’t you?
Here are the rest of the designs you will get in the SVG file.
There are 12 different arrow designs including an arrow with a heart and squiggly arrows. Plus there are two tribal dividers that will complement arrows in your designs.
You can also cut these out of cardstock if you are making cards or scrapbooking.
How To Use The Free Arrow SVG File
I keep all of SVG files in my free resource library I made for subscribers to my weekly newsletter. When you enter the library you will find this file under SVG files —> Arrow Set. I keep everything in alphabetical order so it should be right at the top!
The file is a zip file, so after it’s downloaded to your computer be sure to extract the files. Both an SVG and PNG file are included.
If you try to open the SVG file it will probably look like a bunch of jibberish. Your computer won’t recognize it unless you happen to have Inkscape installed.
Instead of opening it, upload it directly to Design Space or Silhouette Studio.
Once it’s uploaded click the ungroup button. Then you will be able to move the arrows around individually. Move the arrows you want to use over to the side. And then you can select and delete the rest.
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Chris Butler has helped thousands of crafters learn how to use their Cricut machine without feeling overwhelmed. She is a best selling author and an up and coming designer. For fun Chris enjoys designing SVG Files, hanging out with her family (preferably at the lake), traveling, and volunteering at her church. She is a wife and mom of two crazy fun kids.