Free frames

By on June 20, 2012 in Uncategorized with 30 Comments
Today I was playing around and creating some frames and I thought I’d share them all with you.  They are all 300 dpi png files.  Feel free to save them and use them in your projects.  Credit is appreciated, but not required.

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About the Author: Tessa Maguire has blogged for over 3 years. She began blogging about her experiences outside the classroom in instructional coaching and intervention positions. She now shares ideas from both within and outside of her 3rd grade class. .


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  1. Ginger Snaps says:

    Very cute!! What program did you use to make them?

  2. ~DeAnne~ says:

    Great job!!
    Thanks for sharing!!

    First Grade and Fabulous

  3. Jennifer says:

    Thank you so much! These are wonderful! :)

    Delighted in Second

  4. Heather says:

    These are super cute! I am your newest follower – thanks for the freebie! If you have some time, I'd love for you to hop on over and check out my new blog. Thanks,
    Kickin' it in Kinder

  5. Lori says:

    Love these! Here is what may be a silly question, but how do I give you credit when I use your frames? Do I just mention it in my blog post or where? Thanks for the help!
    Conversations in Literacy

    • Tessa says:

      In the blog post you can put a link back, or you can put my blog name in the document where you give credit for the font or clip art. Wherever you choose is fine with me!

  6. Corinna says:

    I love them, thank you!! I was just thinking I needed some pretty frames:))

    Surfin' Through Second

  7. I adore these frames! Thanks so much for sharing them with us!

    Ѽ Lori
    Teaching With Love and Laughter

  8. Storie says:

    Thank you for the frames!
    Stories by Storie

  9. Mrs. Reimann says:

    Thank you for the frames!


  10. Thank You for the frames

  11. Thank you for sharing!

  12. Thank you for sharing, i'm trying to use the frames in front of a background and have it filled white. Do you know how you could fill in just the frame and not the box it came in?

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