Sketched! Hand-drawn Graphic Toolkit

This toolkit is jam-packed with versatile illustrations, all lovingly created for that authentic hand-drawn look.

It is fantastic for a huge variety of projects: Logo and branding design, posters, blog posts, invitations, stationery, a quick flyer, background enhancements, the possibilities are endless.

Sketched! Hand-drawn Graphic Toolkit

Included in this set:

• 52 x Arrows – always come in handy!
• 52 x Borders – just step and repeat to create your desired length
• 52 x Objects – this-and-that to add a quick hand drawn illustration to your work
• 52 x Floral & Decorative elements – can never have enough of those!
• 52 x Shapes – pick your shape, add some text and voila!
• 40 x Patterns & 12 x Textures – spice up your design backgrounds
• 75 x hand drawn Words – quickly create a hand lettered look

Software requirements: Vector files are compatible with Adobe Illustrator CS3 or newer.
PNG files compatible with most photo editing software that supports PNG file format (Recommended software: Adobe Photoshop)

This product was originally featured in The Lovingly Handcrafted Design Bundle: 1000s of Handmade Resources

Sketched! Hand-drawn Graphic Toolkit
Sketched! Hand-drawn Graphic Toolkit

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14 lovely comments from our community

  1. franceytrue

    Is it possible to import elements from your other products to Magic Scene Creator?

    • Annabel Smith

      Thanks so much for commenting Francey!

      As Lisa’s Magical Scene Creator is provided as PSD and AI files, you should certainly be able to add in other elements from your creative toolkit to create your own original designs :).

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    What other programs besides Photoshop and Illustrator can you use these for?


      Hey Jacqui,

      Thank you so much for your comment and I am so sorry for any confusion over compatibility. The good news is that the PNG files are quite versatile and can be used with a variety of other software, I have popped you over an email that should help :)

  3. Carol C

    hi i was also wondering about a fonts and glyphs bundle for photoshop. thanks

    • Ben Neeves

      Hey Carol,

      Thank you so much for your comment! I can certainly help you out with your query :) The great news is that the fonts that we feature in our bundles will absolutely work for you in Photoshop! I have sent you a quick email to go into more information about this. I hope it helps!

  4. claudya

    How can i add this to a whishlist? :)

    • Ben Neeves

      Hey Claudya,

      Thanks so much for getting in touch. I can certainly help you with your query :)

      I am really sorry but unfortunately we do not have a wishlist on our marketplace currently. Rest assured though, we are working on this feature right now along with some other awesome updates and we hope to have it implemented on our website very soon :) Thank you kindly for your suggestion!

    • cynicalsim

      Definitely need a wishlist option!


        Hey Tracy,

        Rest assured this is definitely something we are working towards :)

  5. Francine Katz

    What about use in InDesign? Looking for fonts with glyphs like these ~ do you have product bundles like that or must I use in Photoshop?

    • SJ Duff

      Hey Francine,

      Thank you so much for your comment!

      I have just popped you over an email with regards to this one :) hopefully that will help you!

      • mgregory

        I have the same question about glyphs in InDesign.
        Also, at 300 dpi, what is the approximate maximum size of the shapes?

        Thanks! Love your stuff so, so much!!

        • Annabel Smith

          Thanks so much for commenting Malia!

          This particular pack does not actually include fonts, however I have just emailed you with more information about using stylistic alternates in InDesign, so I hope that this helps.

          When it comes to re-sizing your elements, it really depends what you are creating, or if your designs will be printed. 300 dpi is considered pretty high quality so you should find that you can use these for printed designs that are A3 sized, and smaller so I hope that this gives you plenty of leeway for resizing any of your elements :).


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