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Free Silhouette Design: Keep Calm Retro Stack

Everyone keep calm...another Freebie Friday has rolled around here at Silhouette School!


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Yes, weeks are flying by that fast that we are here with another! And this one...I believe is one we ALL need!

Anyone else need this tattooed on them these days? Let's not go that far, but instead, I have this Keep Calm design that will look great on t-shirts or even tumblers or a reverse canvas for your office!

Grab the free Keep Calm Retro Stacked  Silhouette Studio design, BUT please remember it's for personal use only. I also ask that if you would like to share that you please share the link to this blog post and not the file itself or the link the Dropbox. 

...BUT there's more....

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Want the whole set of Retro Stacked Mirror designs with the 100% Commercial Use license? (you say "YES!") Run over to So Fontsy before 8/17/2020 at 11:59pm EST and use the code SFRETRO to save 40% off the set!

Be sure you share what you've made with them by tagging me on Instagram or sharing on a Saturday Share on the Facebook page! 

Oh, since you're in the mood for freebies, our sister site So Fontsy releases new free commercial use designs and fonts on Fridays too! Here's a peak at this week's new freebies!! 



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