All you Need to Make Your Own Easter Cards & Page Borders.
Everything you need for Easter From Spring Flowers and Butterflies to Easter Baskets and Colored Eggs!
Here you'll find hundreds of free Easter frames, borders, banners, backgrounds for your forum, blog or website!
Do you enjoy making your own menus, banners and/or personalized cards? Tired of the same old images you find on the internet from the same old websites? Well, you've come to the right place!
These Easter images are both free for personal use and are easy to download. Just right click and save. You'll find here 100's of images in large format with unique borders and frames mostly made with Microsoft Publisher and Digital Image Studio software.
You'll also find tutorials on how to resize an image and make your own borders. I'm sure you'll agree these images are absolutely handy and are a great help for making cards, posters, craft projects and much more.
If you like what you see please feel free to vote your favorite category at the bottom of each section. Enjoy!
Easter is a special time of year and these beautiful backgrounds have been designed especially with you in mind!
Now you can embellish your pages and draw your viewers by presenting an attractive design layout.
I've presented here a wide variety of images from spring florals and Easter rabbits to decorative baskets and illustrated eggs.
To download, right click, view background image then save to your computer. Enjoy!
These backgrounds are all sized 750 wide.
If your website or blog has a different format don't worry.
Save the background image to your computer and resize the image with Gimp, Adobe Photoshop or any other digital imaging editor that you like.
Conditions of use and how to download.
*If you do use any of the images, kindly include a link back to this lens.*
*All images are free for personal use. If you host them, please link back to this lens.*
Special Occasions Clip Art! - No clip art collection would be complete without Easter Clip Art by Stephen Bucaro.
How many times have you needed that special image for your handcrafts or website and couldn't find anything suitable? Easter Clip Art collection boasts over 100 graphics for you to choose from. You won't get stuck for want of an image ever again and with the wide variety of pictures to choose from you'll also be in clip art heaven! Well worth giving a try I think.
How to resize background images:
Resizing images isn't as hard as you may think. All you need is some imaging software, some images and you're ready to go. For imaging software there are lots of free programs available but one of the most widely used is Gimp, a program much like Photoshop but entirely free. I use Microsoft Digital Imaging Studio myself. Here's how to resize images in a few easy steps:
1. Open the program
2. From your menu bar import into program the image you want to resize.
3. Now that the image is opened go to the menu options in your toolbar and select format. Here you select the option "resize image". You can input the exact size you want for your image.
4. Save the image.
There you go, that was easy wasn't it?
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How did you find these backgrounds?
Printperfect Christian Clipart. Royalty Free Christian Clip Art - Cards, Envelopes, Tags, Seals, & More!
These are pastel images not black and white. Remember those beautiful images your grandma used to have? This will remind you of that. It's a great collection of clip art and it comes wit more than 15,000 clip art images, photos, illustrations and photo objects. You can keyword and category search which catalogs the images for you. You can download the software to your computer or use the CD when needed. It has a variety of Christian graphics ranging from Catholic to Protestant. There are also hundreds of miscellaneous graphics to choose from. I recommend using this software to enhance your print projects for church, Sunday School classes, and Christian friends.. Original designs restored to glory and thousands of images to choose from a wide selection of Easter Art. What more can you ask for?
Borders are a cool way to start off a topic. They can be used both as a header or footer and are easy to insert in your module or text box. Download the border by right clicking on the image then save to your computer.
Repeating Borders for Easter.
These repeating borders can be downloaded to your computer and resized for your convenience. You can download each border by right clicking , "view background image", then "save as" to your PC. You will then have to upload each image to an image hosting site like TinyPic, ImageShack or PhotoBucket. After you upload your image grab the image code. Choose "direct link" and insert the code where I have it marked (YOUR IMAGE URL HERE).
Adjust the padding _ _ px till it looks right.
How to make your own borders:
Tired of the same old borders? Ever wanted to make your own borders? Sometimes you want a particular image and don't have the time to go searching for it. Making your own personalized image borders is easy and I'm going to show you just how using Microsoft Publisher.
1. Open Microsoft Publisher and open a new page.
2. From your menu bar at the top click insert and choose any image you like.
3. Now that the image is opened you will need to resize it. With your mouse grab the image by any corner and pull or push it until it's the size you want.
4. Now right click the image and copy it then paste it on the same page. Do this as many times as you need to line up the images horizontally on the page.
5. An easy way to align the images horizontally it is to select them all at once by dragging your mouse over all of them. Now, while they are still selected, go to the top of the menu to the button "tools", "format", "align", "horizontally".
6. Publisher will distribute all the images horizontally across the top of the page.
7. Now at the top of the menu in the same "tools", "format", select "group".
8. Publisher will now group all the images together.
9. Right click the grouped image and click "save". Select the save location and the image format for example "jpeg".
If you go to the location where you saved your image and click on it, you will see your beautiful homemade border! Well done!
There you go, that was easy wasn't it?
Do you like these Easter Borders?
Which is your favorite border?
This book is a great source if you're an artist, designer or craftsman looking for the ideal inspiration and reference.
Have you ever thought of florals for your patterns, borders or frames? This book is just bursting with superior botanical illustrations, a gorgeous collection featuring more than 200 blossoms and bouquets. Each illustration wonderfully details the flowers, blooms and bouquets of roses, pansies, lily of the valley and gardenia just to name a few. These are full-color images — carefully selected and meticulously reproduced from hard-to-find publications. In fact, you will find the variety included spans many periods and styles. They also make it so much easier to browse and compare images and allow you to choose at a glance the perfect image for your card or poster. If you like the beauty of nature you will fall in love with these exquisite florals.
Frames highlight a feature or topic that you want to make stand out from the rest. As a picture is worth a thousand words, a frame will attract viewers and draw them to read what you're highlighting without them even wanting to.
Here's an example:
"One rainy Sunday, when I was in the third grade I picked up a book to look at the pictures and discovered that even though I did not want to I was reading. I have been a reader ever since."
Go ahead and try it. You'll see that a picture is really worth a thousand words!
What do you think of these Easter frames?
Do you like these frames?
Easter Clip Art.
As you can see, Clip Art can be used for just about anything! Just paste one of these festive cut-outs to fancy up a recipe, demonstrate an idea, embellish a product or emphasize your topic. To download the Clip Art to your computer just right click and save. Upload to any image hosting site and grab your code! Have fun!
*These images are licensed Creative Commons and free for personal non-commercial use. Please leave a link back to this lens. Special thanks to: IconDrawer, Iconka, Dezignus and DryIcons for permission to use their awesome artwork!*