Greeting Card Clip Art
Introducing Greeting Card Clip Art by USA Today Bestselling Author Kristin Holt.
But Kristin writes books…
I’m a bit of an old fashioned lady. Not only do I set my novels and novellas in the American Old West, I continue with etiquette I believe should never be lost. Things like handwritten birthday cards a child can hold in their hands. Bearing a stamp and a paper envelope.
I savor sentiments written by my living grandmother, who recently turned ninety-nine. I enjoy making the images for such cards in Photoshop Elements (PSE), uploading for printing on a card or upon photo paper. My favorite trick is to affix a 4×6-inch photo to a 5×7-inch plain greeting card. How?Â With two-sided sticky squares. Ta-da! Personalized cards to send to friends and loved ones.
I’ve used so much clip art in my earlier days, and continue to love it for its ease and simplicity. No matter if you use Photoshop, Canva, MixBook, or any other photo manipulation software (on your computer or on the internet), my simple clip art will facilitate your making of hand-crafted images for snail-mail birthday cards or for spicing up an email wishing your sister a happy anniversary.
Happy Birthday: Kids, Masculine, Feminine, Calligraphy
Thank You: Seasonal, Holiday, Pet-Sitters, Masculine, Feminine, Kids
Thinking of You
Merry Christmas: Formal, Casual
Do words fail you? Is it difficult to come up with the best way to express everything from congratulations to sympathies?
Wouldn’t it be wonderful to have a bundle or two of well-formatted, beautifully designed sentiments to “paste” into your card? I intend to offer such bundles of ready-to-use greeting card sentiments for a wide variety of purposes.
Please see examples from my Merry Christmas, Formal Greeting Card Clip Art bundle of twenty-five ready-to-use images.
25 Merry Christmas, Formal, Greeting Card Clip Art by Kristin Holt
Images Come in Black (First Half)
Images Come in Black (Second Half)
All 25, also in white!
Allow me to share some examples...
Clip Art adds the sparkle to holiday photo greeting cards.
Images are large enough for use in decorating.
My favorite use: clip art used to create a 4x6-inch photo print.
Affix those 4x6-inch photo prints to a 5x7-inch blank card with double-sided tape or mounting squares.
Try uploading your design (with clip art) to a card-printing website. 5x7-inch Christmas Cards with your design!
Print, stamp, decorate!
Decor, ornaments, gift tags, and so much more!
Create, Crafts, Decorations, Ornaments, Gifts... a million different options.
For all of your Christmas Card design needs... (unless you prefer a "casual" style. See my "Merry Christmas, Casual" Bundle.)
Please see examples from my Merry Christmas, Casual Greeting Card Clip Art bundle of forty ready-to-use images.
Merry Christmas, Casual Bundle, Clip Art by Kristin Holt
40 Casual Merry Christmas Wishes in Black, Part 1 of 3
2 of 3: 40 Casual Merry Christmas Wishes in Black
3 of 3: 40 Casual Merry Christmas Wishes in Black
All 40 images also come in WHITE!
Allow me to share some examples...
Clip Art makes for quick-and-easy 5x7-inch Christmas Cards
Create your own holiday greeting cards with clip art, to make 4x6-inch photo prints.
Affix your 4x6-inch photo print to a 5x7-inch blank greeting card.
Using software such as Photoshop, Clip Art quickly becomes your personalized greeting image.
Another sample of your personalized photo print, affixed to a plain card.
Out of time? Clip Art allows for a quick print on cardstock.
Personalized gift tags are easy with quality clip art.
Gorgeous foil! With the magic of your image editing software (such as Photoshop), enjoy the ease of ready-to-use clip art for your design.
Crafts and Holiday Decor, made easy with ready-to-use clip art.
Soon, please expect links to the online stores where I’ve selected to sell my clip art.
Copyright Â© 2019 Kristin Holt LC