Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Free Scrapbooking Supplies: Graduation Scrapbook Paper

Click on the graduation scrapbook paper image to see it full size

This 2009 graduation scrapbook paper was designed to be used as a full sheet or as embellishments you can cut apart and layer on another background. Either way you use it, your graduate will see your pride.

The "Congratulations" shield is a photo frame. If you use it as an embellishment, you can cut around the outer edges and also around the edges of the white oval to create a hole for the photo to come through. Alternatively, you can cut out the outer edge in a rectangle shape, which will eliminate the need for cutting around the detailed edges. The "2009" and its seal and ribbon can also be cut out and layered onto a scrapbook page to mark the year of this very special accomplishment.

This graduation scrapbook paper was created in Picnik, the free online graphics software program that anyone can use. To learn how to use Picnik to make your own scrapbooking supplies, read my tutorial that explains how to create your own clip art.

To see the rest of my graduation scrapbook papers and embellishments, visit my graduation scrapbook hub.

For free clip art and scrapbook papers and embellishments for other occasions and holidays, check out my Free Clip Art Sourcebook, which has links to literally thousands of vintage and contemporary clip art images, greeting cards, craft projects and scrapbooking supplies. It's free to download and requires no registration.

Be sure to look in the right sidebar for even more free stuff from Free Scrapbooking Supplies!

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