By Adne Schäfer. Clip Art. Published at Wednesday, May 01st, 2019 - 22:57:20 PM.
When you use free borders that are printable from various websites on the Internet, you can improve the appearance and appeal of your greeting cards, photo frames, invitations, other fun crafts and even pages in your scrapbook album. When you use a border in any work, you highlight the focal piece that you want the readers to concentrate upon. Further, you also add professional touch and depth to that piece. The printable borders are normally black and white in outline forms. It is easy to print them directly. However, if you want to alter the size of the frames or the borders, you could download them to your computer and resize them easily to fit your work. You can use floral borders in many of your hobbies or crafts, since the addition of any flowery border makes that work more enjoyable to the recipients.
Once you’ve found a usable image, print yourself a copy of any images with labeled parts. Then use a paint program to white out the labels and print that copy for your child. Your child can label or color the image and have both art and science lesson at the same time.
If the graphic is a vector image, it will be a snap to edit. Open the clipart image in your graphics editing program, select the area you don’t want, and hit delete. It’s that simple. However, bitmap images pose more of a challenge. You’ll have to use the eraser tool and manually delete parts of the image. Or if you want to delete a section of solid color, you can use the magnetic lasso tool and press delete.
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