I love the watercolor trend. I use them often from backgrounds to prints to handmade gifts. I’m mostly a digital design type of girl but I love to incorporate hand drawn items into my digital designs. So the other day I sat down with my watercolors to create some watercolor clip art.
This set of clip art was so fun to make. What I love about watercolors is that they are hard to mess it up, which is a good thing for me when trying to create something by hand. So while the kids were
watching tv quietly playing after school the other day, I was able to create these beauties. The files are located in my Resource Library which you can access by subscribing to my email list.
Feel free to use these in any of your digital designs, as long as they are for personal use only. Please don’t sell or redistribute the files. If you think you’re friends would like the files, please share this post with them using the share buttons so they can download their own copy.
This watercolor clip art would be great for summer wedding invitations, a summer party invitation or summery print. Want to know my favorite place to find fonts for invitations and prints? A site called Creative Market. They have tons of good deals and also great freebies every week!
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STEPHANIE CAVANAUGH says
Hi Kelly! I am in the process of creating my blog…..first time ever and I am struggling to get my website set up! Would you believe I am only 35 minutes from you? So crazy!! Loved seeing that “Wilmington, NC” at the bottom of your page!! I go to Wilmington all the time!!
Just wanted to say hey and tell you I love your page!
Hi Stephanie. Thanks for stopping by and for the sweet comment. Congrats on your blog. That is so exciting.
Zahida Ganie says
I love using these as a highlight to a topic or just to draw attention to a particular discussion topic