Free: Signage Font, Ornaments and Store Facade Mockup

Rating:

This freebie pack features the Evanston Alehouse 1826 Black font from the current bundle, courtesy of Kimmy Designs and a sample of a store facade mockup from the 30 Signs Facades Paris & Amsterdam by Made by Vadim.

File types: this freebie pack contains .PSD, .EPS, .OTF, .TTF files .

La Grande Patisserie Storefront Design

The Smart Choice For Designers

50% Off

50% Off if you buy five or more marketplace items

Save Space

Our downloads don’t expire, download what you need when you need it

Extended License

At no extra cost covering commercial & products for resale

click for details

Professional Support

Contact our friendly Customer Support Team at any time for help or advice


Average Rating:

31 lovely comments from our community

  1. Rating:

    Peggy Smith

    Thank you very much!

    Reply
    • annabel@designcuts.com

      You’re so welcome Peggy and we hope that you pick up some great tips and tricks in this tutorial :)

      Reply
  2. Rating:

    Melinda

    Thank you. I am looking forward to playing with these goodies.

    Reply
    • annabel@designcuts.com

      Woohoo, we hope that you enjoy taking these for a spin Melinda :)

      Happy designing!

      Reply
  3. Rating:

    Chidanand M

    Thanks for the freebies

    Reply
    • annabel@designcuts.com

      You are welcome Chida!

      We hope that you really enjoy this tutorial and get great use out of your freebies :)

      Reply
  4. martin.leopoldseder

    great stuff to create .. tnxAlot :)

    Reply
    • annabel@designcuts.com

      Yay thank you so much for your comment Martin!

      We hope that you really enjoy taking this tutorial and your new freebies for a spin :)

      Reply
  5. drjaymissdiana

    Thank you for the tutorial & accompanying great freebies! And an especial thank you for bringing Made by Vadim’s amazingly beautiful and well-designed products!
    Cheers!

    Reply
    • drjaymissdiana

      ps. I did find Waldo (bottom door window, right, next to Advert No1) . . . :) :) Again, VERY COOL work! Now, I’m Jones-ing for the whole bunch of Signs & Facades!

      Reply
      • annabel@designcuts.com

        Woohoo great spot Diana Hee-hee. We just need the stripy scarf!

        We hope that you have picked up some great tips and tricks in this tutorial and have great fun working with all of your new resources in your own projects :)

        It’s great to hear that you are really keen to add more signs and facades to your collection and we hope that you really enjoy adding these to your collection!

        Reply
  6. Rating:

    Suzanne

    I’m looking forward to listening to the tutorial. I’m thinking about starting a jewelry shop on Etsy and I was thinking of using an old style storefront. This is really at just the right time. Thank you!

    Reply
    • annabel@designcuts.com

      Hey Suzanne,

      Thank you so much for leaving us a comment!

      Wow we are really excited for your new venture and we hope that you have great fun starting your own Etsy store :) We hope that this tutorial gives you some great inspiration and happy designing!

      Reply
  7. Jan

    Hey, all of the items in this freebie – “the Evanston Alehouse 1826 Black font from the current bundle, courtesy of Kimmy Designs and a sample of a store facade mockup from the 30 Signs Facades Paris & Amsterdam by Made by Vadim” – are under your standard Design Cuts License or not?

    Regards.

    Reply
    • Jan

      And generally is everything in “Freebies” section under the same license or there are some exceptions?

      Reply
      • annabel@designcuts.com

        Hey Jan,

        Thank you so much for taking the time to leave us a comment and I am so sorry for any confusion caused over our license!

        The great news is that all of our Bundles, marketplace items and Freebies all come with our single user extended license, though each of our resources come with slightly different terms, which you can see on our License Page.

        Rest assured I have popped you over an email with more information to help :)

        Reply
  8. Linda

    Thank you very much!

    Reply
    • annabel@designcuts.com

      Thank you so much for commenting Linda and we hope that you have great fun with this tutorial!

      Reply
  9. Donna

    totally awesome! thank you very much!

    Reply
    • annabel@designcuts.com

      Woohoo you are so welcome Donna, we hope that you have great fun taking this one for a spin!

      Reply
  10. Rating:

    glauce lima

    Greatss

    Reply
    • annabel@designcuts.com

      Woohoo we’re so glad that like these and hope that you really enjoy working with these :)

      Reply
  11. andreahorabin1966

    Hiya all. Thankyou so much for the freebies. They really are fab. Now not wanting to come across as thick here lol but what are :- PSD, .EPS, .OTF, .TTF files? And how do I open and use them please? (I’ve not downloaded this one).

    Reply
    • dan.huamani

      well.. i dunno if you ever use a mockup before, but maybe it’s your first time..
      PSD (Photoshop) EPS (it’s a format that photoshop or illustrator can open), OTF & TTF are the fonts.
      you open the PSD and then replace

      Reply
      • Annabel Smith

        Thanks so much for taking the time to leave a comment to help Andrea, this is so sweet of you Dan!

        We are sure that our community members that are new to design will find this really helpful so thanks again for your support :).

        Reply
  12. andreahorabin1966

    (Yet!)

    Reply
    • annabel@designcuts.com

      Hey Andrea,

      Thank you so much for your comment and we hope that you really enjoy taking these freebies for a spin!

      Rest assured I can certainly help you with your file types query and have popped you over an email to help :)

      Reply
  13. nesapat

    I’m always on the lookout for unusual ornamental designs, and new fonts. Along with the photo of the storefront facade, I feel like a hit the lottery. Thank you for sharing your work with us.

    Reply
    • Annabel Smith

      Yay we’re so glad that you feel like a winner with this one Nesapat! :)

      Happy designing!

      Reply
  14. Scott

    Is the font ok to use for commercial use on books?
    thanks :)

    Reply
    • Carol Stratford

      Hey Scott,

      Thanks for the comment and I can definitely help with this :)

      So all of our bundles, marketplace items and freebies come with our extended license which you can read in full here: https://bit.ly/1PVBzLH

      As you are part of a publishing company, I would recommend reading the usage restrictions to check if they apply to your intended usage! If you have any questions though or are unsure of anything, please do let me know! Also, if you have a few designers who would be working with the font, please do pop us an email and we can get you set up with a team licence to make it easier for your team :)

      Reply

Leave us a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back To Top
Top