Free Ribbons Set – SVG & PNG

Ribbons are often used in web and graphic design to make the content stand out. Not only they grab user attention but also make whole design look great.

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Today we have brought for you a set of free ribbons that you can use in your personal as well as commercial work. Attribution is not required, however, reselling of the pack or individual images is not allowed. Read on to find more about what you’ll get on downloading this freebie, some examples on where you can use them and the download link.

Features of Free Ribbons set:

  • 12 Flat and minimalistic ribbons
  • 4 different styles – plain, stitched, upward curved and downward curved
  • 3 Color combinations
  • Free for personal and commercial use
  • Includes both SVG and PNG files
  • All elements are modifiable – you can change color, size

Here is a preview of all the ribbons included in this freebie:

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Where to use ribbons

You can use these ribbons as backgrounds for main menu on your websites, to emphasize taglines, in logo design and in infographics. You can also use them on app landing pages to highlight app name or any ongoing offer as well as in app promotional images.

For example, we used one of these ribbons when our app MyTextTwister went on 50% discount in Red Stripe deals on Windows Phone.

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These are only some examples, let your imagination fly and use these free ribbons to create your own style. You can also take a look at these creative uses of ribbons in web design for inspiration.

We would love to see these ribbons in action. Let us know about the awesome ways you come up with to use them in your design.

Download

Below you can find the link to download this set of Free Ribbons.

Do not forget to check our freebies category for more such great free resources. Your feedback and any suggestion you may have for future freebies are always welcome.

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

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