Looking for some adorable clip art images to use in your next Easter design? Need a sweet bunny holding a flower, basket full of eggs, or baby chick wearing a sunhat? Then you’ve come to the right place. I know you’ll find just what you’re looking for with these Easter dingbat fonts.
// Easter Bunny //
// KR Easter 2002 //
// KR Easter Baskets //
// KR Five Bunnies //
// Easter Art //
If it’s not obvious, I absolutely love dingbat fonts. It’s always great to have a stockpile of fun clip art images. Plus, they remind me of my childhood. My mom bought Print Shop Deluxe back in the day, and I would spend hours learning how to use it: making brochures, banners, and wasting all of our printer’s ink (a graphic designer at heart). I loved the little clip art images it had (P.S. if you still use Print Shop Deluxe from the early 2000s for some reason, I can still recognize all the clip art and word art styles).
While there’s still plenty of 1995-style clip art out there (you know what I’m talking about), I’m always able to find some great gems within dingbat fonts. I mean, just look at that bunny flying an airplane—adorable. And I really love the 4 hand drawn bunnies near the bottom as well! Which ones are your favorites?
The other great thing about dingbat fonts is that you just download them to your computer and voila’, you can use them in any program you have: Photoshop, Illustrator, Microsoft Word—even if you’re still using Print Shop Deluxe 1.0 (I don’t judge).
I hope you’ve found some cute illustrations among these fonts. Blow someone away with your cute Easter card, flyer, printable, or poster.
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