And if you don’t find exactly what you’re looking for, well, just ask! They not only talented, they’re also a very accommodating bunch.
We asked our Seller’s Forum members to nominate Clip Artists they know and love and got an abundance of responses. Have a gander and consider following some of these accomplished folks:
TpT Clip Art for All Styles
Octavia of Ink n Little Things has some super frames and borders that easily span all the grades. And if you’re looking for a great way to illustrate some action verbs, don’t miss Rebekah Brock’s work.
Oh but wait, we’ve got more! A Sketchy Guy spans the ages with some neat science and geography graphics. And suggests you check out his friend Pink Cat Studio — her owl clip art is super adorable, for one thing.
And, we got lots of shout-outs for:
- The Enlightened Elephant,
- Keeping Life Creative,
- Collective Creation,
- Little Red,
- Graphics From the Pond, and
- Monster Wrangler Mike. Be sure to take a look.
Timely / Seasonal TpT Clip Art
The holidays will be upon us before we know it — how about some pumpkin clip art from Dots of Fun or Halloween graphics from Whimsy Workshop Teaching? Or maybe you’re working on a 5 senses (made by Christine O’Brien) or other science unit (made by Lindy du Plessis )? Krista Wallden’s Autumn Daze has 37 pieces and 125 ratings.
Fun with Fonts!
I love a good font, and clearly so do these folks. Check out Teaching in a Small Town’s Chevron Letters if you want something playful or Jen Jones – Hello Literacy has a pack of 140 fonts with a huge range of styles. And don’t be afraid to try Mrs Fun’s Monster-Mania font.
Seriously folks, we’ve just scratched the surface. Lots of great clip-art out there — stay tuned.