For my fellow bloggers and humans who are not artistically skilled when it comes to graphic design: This post is for you. The three wonderful women highlighted here are my go-to sources for beautiful free graphics, and I can’t help but share my appreciation for what they do.
“To be creative means to be in love with life. You can be creative only if you love life enough that you want to enhance its beauty, you want to bring a little more music to it, a little more poetry to it, a little more dance to it.” — Osho
I’d like to give a BIG digital hug to the amazing humans who so graciously offer their talented creations for free. On behalf of all of us who would rather be writing (or doing whatever else we love to do) yet appreciate beautiful art, THANK YOU.
These ladies’ art/work is a blessing in the blogging world, and it makes the world in general a more beautiful place.
I regularly use free graphics offered by these three lovely ladies for this blog.
Whether you’re a blogger, designer, Photoshopaholic, or simply appreciate creative expression in all its forms, these resources come highly recommended by yours truly.
3 Amazing Resources for Free Graphics
We Lived Happily Ever After
Hannah’s freebie resources are available for download. I love, love, love her designs.
- Printables for your digital art and designing
- Vintage, rustic, watercolor and chalkboard graphics
- Floral, seasonal, wreath and arrow designs
- Collection of free fonts
- Tutorials for bloggers and designers
- Logo designs
If you’ve ever visited any of the pages on this blog—Happy Email, anyone?—you will notice the colorful inclusion of Hannah’s floral designs. The free rose graphic shown above is an example.
Angie’s free graphics and clip art elements are amazing to work/play with. It’s like watercolor heaven.
- Watercolor backgrounds, social media buttons, floral designs, etc.
- Hand drawn graphics
- Clip art elements featuring fun, everyday things like cameras and ice cream cones
- Photoshop brushes, vectors, etc.
- Free and paid WordPress themes
- Paid premade logos, clip art, fonts and graphics
Angie Makes also has some gorgeous WordPress blog themes. Here are some favorites:
Angie also makes adorable and affordable:
Lucy of Craftberry Bush creates beauty at every turn. I am seriously in love with her free printables and calendars.
- Desktop calendars
- Printable clip art, menus, planners, cards, etc.
- DIY tutorials for bloggers, designers and artsy folks
- Opportunity to shop her creations
- DIY crafts section
I hope you enjoy these free graphics, and the abundance of free graphics that have yet to be created by these women, as much as I do.
Please share your favorite design resources with me in the comments!
Share this post with anyone who uses and appreciates free graphics.
Keep your eyes open to all the beauty left in the world.