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Free Spring Clip Art

Please scroll down to see all the free spring clip art.

Please scroll down to see all the free spring clip art.

These spring clip art images were designed in the middle of what for some in the United States has been a brutally cold winter. I live in Florida, so cold is a relative term. But we've dipped down into the thirties (Fahrenheit) a few nights this winter, which is near freezing. It doesn't usually get that cold down in our neck of the woods, so that put me in the mood to create these cheerful reminders that spring is right around the corner.

These images were created in Picnik, the free online graphics program. I can't say enough about Picnik, because their program has allowed me to go crazy creating clip art -- something I've always wanted to do. Many moons ago I began my career as a publications art director, so I was always searching for decent clip art to make ads and page layouts. I mostly write for a living these days, but I still found myself needing clip art all the time. So when I discovered Picnik, I realized I could create virtually whatever I wanted. Being a blogger, the next logical step was to share the images. Hence, I created this spring clip art hub and many others like it that feature free clip art.If you'd like to learn how to make your own images, please scroll down and click the Picnik link in the left column. There are also links to Picnik tutorials.

Please scroll down to see the spring clip art and read the downloading instructions and terms of use.

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Instructions for Downloading

Choose a small version of any of the spring clip art images above the large image on the right. When you click on one of the images, it will appear larger.

IMPORTANT: Once you've chosen an image and see it larger, double-click on the larger image, which will make the best version of the clip art appear. Sorry for the extra step, but this will give you the highest quality art.

Then, if you have a Mac, control-click the image with your mouse and save it to your hard drive. If you have a PC, right-click your mouse to save it.

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Terms of Use

You are free to use these clip art images all you want for personal craft and school projects, scrapbooks, stationery or other non-commercial uses for yourself, friends and family. You may also use the images on blogs or Web sites, as long as you provide a link to this page and DO NOT group the images into a collection and distribute them, either free or for a fee.

If you have any questions, please contact Carla at info [@] vintageholidaycrafts [.com].


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The illustrations incorporated into this spring clip art were designed by Picnik artists. The images that incorporate "Floralia" designs were created by Manfred Klein and are credited accordingly.

The overall clip art design and written content was created by B2B Content Solutions.

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More Free Clip Art Hubs

Looking for more free clip art? Check out the Free Clip Art Sourcebook -- a free e-book with links to thousands of quality clip art images, including for the other three seasons of the year. There's no registration required and every image is free!


Carla Chadwick (author) from Georgia on March 01, 2010:

You're welcome, Haley. :-)

Haley on March 01, 2010:

thank u so much! love it! ;)

Carla Chadwick (author) from Georgia on January 21, 2010:

Thanks, Vickie! :-)

Vickie on January 21, 2010:

As always nice slip art! I really like the spring with the grass.

Carla Chadwick (author) from Georgia on March 17, 2009:

You're welcome, Paula. The images are cheerful, aren't they? I feel happy when I look at them.

Paula Andrea, MA from www.mode of cosmic on March 17, 2009:

Thanks! So bright and cheery.

Carla Chadwick (author) from Georgia on February 14, 2009:

You'll love Picnik, Jo! Thanks for stopping by. :-)

Jo Brown from North of the Border on February 14, 2009:

Very useful info! I can't wait to try Picnik.

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