Free Playing Cards set (PNG & SVG)

Continuing our series of Freebies for you, we have brought today a free playing cards set that you can use for making online casino games and popular card games like Poker.

With this freebie you get a total of 60 playing cards which includes 52 usual cards, 4 Jokers and 4 back covers in both SVG and PNG format. We have designed these cards keeping flat design and minimalism in mind and you can use them for free in your commercial projects without any restrictions. Attribution is not required, however, reselling of the pack or individual images is not allowed.

free playing cards

The package has playing cards exported in size of 255px x 380px in PNG format and put in different folders, categorized based on card suits. With the included SVG file you will be able to export the cards in any desirable size.

We will be glad to know these playing cards being used in your projects, so do let us know about your projects where you use them. Do let us know your feedback and any suggestions you may have for future freebies.

Features of Free Playing Cards set:

  • Flat, minimalistic set of playing cards
  • Free for personal and commercial use
  • 255px x 380px PNGs of playing cards included
  • Contains SVG file that you can easily edit
  • All elements are modifiable – you can change color, size
  • 52 Playing cards + 4 Jokers + 4 Back covers

Preview

Here is a preview of the entire flat playing cards set. These cards are perfect for games like Poker where cards are placed side-by-side.

free playing cards set

Download

Below you can find the link to download this set of Free playing Cards. If the link comes as locked, kindly unlock using one of the share buttons in the box.

Hope you will put this set of free playing cards to good use with your creativity. Don’t forget can to check our freebies section to find awesome free resources for your projects and come back often for more.

Monika Ratan

Monika loves graphic design & other forms of creative art. When not found tinkering with her favorite graphic design tools, she is mostly reading or writing on wide array of topics. Follow her on Twitter @monikaratan

This Post Has 7 Comments

  1. Link is broken

    1. Hi Sebastian. Thank you for reporting this to us. We have fixed the link now.

  2. This is exactly what I need to make a a web application as I study web design. Unfortunately the link is not working. Is there anyway I can still get them?

    1. Hello Clark, we apologize for this. We have fixed the download link and it should work now.

      1. Thanks so much! I just subscribed to the SDR mailing list! I hope I can make something good!

  3. hi Monika
    Seems the link is still broken.

    1. Hi James, Please try refreshing the page manually (shift+F5) as the browser may have a old cached version. We have verified the link to be working fine. Thanks!

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