My first Gravit tutorial featuring an Ornament or Badge used primitive shapes and a stencil fonts to keep things as simple as possible. But what if you want to use a font that is not a Stencil font or expand your choice of images? Here is a cardboard prototype of an ornament for my grand-daughter, Rosie, along with a poplar wood version.
Here is a short video tutorial that will help you add more personalized SVG clipart to your ornament. This tutorial builds on the Getting Started Tutorial from my last blog post.
Flower free vector icons designed by bqlqn https://www.flaticon.com/free-icon/flower_3096939?term=rose via @flaticon
I love this site so much that I subscribe to the Noun PRO version for less than $20 per year if you are an educator. This allows me to use any icon on the site without attribution and also adds features such as SVG download and a few other apps for easy integration with tools such as Google Slides, Adobe products, etc.
To better understand how to work with shapes in Gravit, I highly recommend working through