Trail Signs

Printables are available for personal, non-commercial use only please! They are for fun – I do not make any money from these and will remove them if necessary or requested. 🙂


I’ve been working on a lot of digital graphics and illustrations lately. I got distracted with model horse stuff and before I knew it I had a page full of vector trail signs.

Signs06While they printed up nicely on cardstock, I wanted something a little more polished, and chose to print them out on glossy photo paper instead.


After gluing that to a piece of cardboard (think, cereal boxes) I cut them all out and painted the edges and backs. They feel like craft wood pieces and are quite sturdy.



Plus they’re mix and match-able…



I’ve uploaded a PDF file so you can print out your own. Some signs come in a couple different sizes, so there’s plenty of variety.

Download Trail Signs



28 thoughts on “Trail Signs

        1. Click on the link to the PDF, then right click on the file and select print. That should bring up your computer’s printer settings.

  1. Brilliant timing here, I’m working on a trail diorama! Thanks so much for sharing the .pdf for us all 🙂

  2. Unfortunately, I met someone who was selling these exact printables for 10$ a set in their Clarion Hotel room during the BreyerFest weekend. It’s frustrating to see someone steal another’s work for money, especially after they were offered for free. I’m a longtime reader and a huge fan of this blog, so I recognized them, although I’m sure there were lots of younger collectors who didn’t and accidentally supported the theft.

    1. Oh that is extremely frustrating to hear, especially if it was an adult hobbyist who should know better. 😦

    1. A simple base could be made from a square of wood (cardboard would work too) glued to the bottom. 🙂


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