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Free Winter Clip Art

Please scroll down to see the winter clip art

Please scroll down to see the winter clip art

I can't believe it's winter again and time for winter clip art. It seems like it was just the 4th of July! But never mind, I'll probably feel the same way about Christmas when spring arrives.

I almost felt cold while creating this winter clip art, because it has such a chilly look. If you saw where I live, you would know just how ironic that is. I had the window open and a portable fan pointed at me as I worked on my computer in my South Florida office on November 10, because it was over 80 degrees outside. Before you get jealous, keep in mind that balmy winters are what South Floridians get in trade for six months of unbearable summer humidity and the threat of repeated hurricanes. We earn every minute of our nice winter weather!

Instructions for Downloading

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To download, click on any of the thumbnail (very small) winter clip art images to make a larger version appear. Then click on that image to make it appear even larger. If you have a PC, just right-click in the image and save the art to your hard drive. if you have a Mac, control-click with your mouse and save the image to your hard drive.

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Terms of Use

Feel free to use these winter and snowflake clip art images all you want for personal craft and school projects, scrapbooks, stationery or other non-commercial uses. You may also use them 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.

These images were created in Picnik. If you'd like to incorporate any of these images into commercial products or anything else not described above, please read the Picnik terms of service, which governs their use. You can find the terms by going to Picnik.com and scrolling down to the terms link at the bottom of the page.

If you'd like to make clip art yourself, read my tutorials about how to make your own clip art and turn photos into art into art with Picnik.

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

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. There's no registration required!

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Comments

Carla Chadwick (author) from Georgia on November 16, 2008:

Hi, Stacie. Picnik is amazing, isn't it? In case you're interested, I wrote a tutorial about making clip art with it. I've posted a link to the tutorial in this hub.

Stacie L on November 16, 2008:

I use Piknik also but didn't know it could do this!

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