Celebrate Word Art – Free Digital Element

The holiday weekend is rolling in… and if you are looking for a bright red and sparkly word element for your  Fourth of July digital or hybrid scrapbooking , you just might like these.  I hope you have a happy and safe  Fourth of July with your loved ones.

You might also like this free printable that was posted on Memorial Day of 2013.

Click on the picture below for the previous post that will take you to the download link.

patriotic printable

A note about the images:

*All images are made at 300 dpi so the digital files will usually be very large digital files.

*Most will be .png files (transparent backgrounds) so that you can layer them on to your backgrounds or photos.

*Most elements will not include a drop shadow, as I will leave that up to you to add one if you like.

*I will be providing these elements with the assumption that you know how to use either Photoshop Elements, the open source photo editing program GIMP, Photoshop, or other photo editing software.  While I would like to offer support for these digital files, this is currently just a hobby and not my full time business.

*Most of my elements will be made from Commercial use or public domain sources, however if any designer feels their copyright has been infringed upon the freebie will promptly be removed and the freebie will no longer be available.  (I try to be scrupulous about what resources I use, but I may miss some.)

Please credit Vintage Glam Studio if you repost to another site. Pins are appreciated.:)

The word art is stored on an external storage site. To access the file, click on the image and right-click and “Save As” on Microsoft Windows.

Here’s another version of the image with sparkly blue stars!

3 thoughts on “Celebrate Word Art – Free Digital Element

  1. Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful digital art. I am attempting to make myself and my team (we teach Kindergarten) planners for the upcoming school year. I think opening our planners and seeing some of your inspiring artwork will be so much fun!

  2. oops, I should say I’m not selling them. They are my “welcome” gift to my new team members.

    1. Thanks so much for your sweet compliment! I am a strong believer in supporting education…and the teachers who care enough to provide our students quality education. You are more than welcome to use my designs as long as you keep in mind the guidelines outlined in my TOU.

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