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8 Great Free Valentine's Day Icon Packs
Kevin StewartFebruary 2018
Valentine’s day is right around the corner. Whether you’re excited or not – we bet you’ll be excited when you see these awesome hand picked Valentine’s Day icons!
We’re not massive fans of the day itself here in the office, but what we ARE fans of – are well designed icons that can make your artwork stand out!
Search for free icons and you’ll drown in packs of them – some good, some mediocre and some rubbish.
Lucky for you, we’ve done some digging, and gathered a list of the packs we think deserve some shouting about. All of the below are free to download and fully editable, formats EPS, SVG, PNG, PSD. If there are any of the packs below that you like, just click the image and it’ll take you to the site where you can download it.
Flat Multi Colour Outline
Loaded with love hearts, keys and bubbly icons this pack is a goodie! With a very pastel theme going on, we’d recommend you either go all in, or use it sparingly.
The Stick Figure Families
Multicolour Love Doodles
If you’re on the hunt for cute doodles, then this multicolour pack should be right up your ally. From sweeties to roses to love letters – this pack is full of traditional Valentine’s day icons.
Pastel Tone Multicolour Love
This pack of Valentine’s day icons is as traditional as it is pastel. If you’re a fan of February 14th, and need some detailed and cute icons – then this is your pack. We especially like the chocolate covered strawberry.
Coloured Hair Line Valentine’s Day Icons
Chunky Black Outlines
Black and White Doodles
We think there’s a time and a place for doodles, but when that time and place is right – then these doodles are superb! They’re fairly detailed and in a grey scale which means they are incredibly versatile. Good work!
Did we miss your favourite Valentine’s day icon pack? Fire a link over either through the comments or tweet us, we’d love to see them
Kevin StewartUser Interface Designer
Kevin is the seasoned creative behind the design team at Digital Impact. Since moving into his senior designer role, Kevin has helped Digital Impact define a clear visual style and identity.
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