1.06.2012

They're Seuss-tastic! ~ Dr. Seuss Inspired Graphics

Wonderfully Wacky Designs Clip Art
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Oh, how I love Dr. Seuss! And the colors in his books are so fun and bright. So I created some colorful backgrounds, frames, and borders inspired by the colors used in Seuss books that can be used for commercial purposes, or your own personal use. 


There are 52 total graphics in this bundle. You can use them in your free products, as well, as long as they are secured in a PDF document. I hope you enjoy these - they were fun to make! Here are some additional samples (the items in the download are much larger and better quality images, of course. They are all .png files.)
Inspired by Seuss Frames and Backgrounds Clip Art Digital Paper

Inspired by Seuss Frames and Backgrounds Clip Art

(My designs are NOT affiliated with Dr. Seuss Enterprises or any of its affiliates)

And check out my Wonderfully Wacky Designs 2 
for even MORE wacky fun clip art graphics!

More Wacky Clip Art Graphics for Commercial Use






5 comments:

  1. I can attest to what an awesome package this is!! I absolutely LOVE it! Money well-spent!! :D

    Janaye

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  4. Sorry to post here, but I couldn't find your email. I have to tell you that my students and I loved your lesson using Katy Perry's song "Firework". My 4th graders were so engaged and loved using music to reinforce our skills for the week. I started the lesson by playing the song for the students. About half way through, I started verbally identifying figurative language that was heard. The looks on their faces were priceless!! Then I passed out the lyrics and they analyzed each verse to identify, label and explain the figurative language found. They will definitely listen to this song in a whole new way.

    http://ericashep.blogspot.com

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  5. I just purchased your seusstastic designs! Love them!!! Also...I have used your Katy Perry Fireworks lesson too! My fourth graders still talk about that lesson which was four months ago! Great work!!!

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