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Free Logo Clip Art for TpT stores and blogs. It contains 7 png images: a pencil, an eraser, a pair of glasses, a spanner wrench tool, a torchlight, a plaster, and a light bulb. All are in color as shown in the thumbnail. I aimed for a mixture of classroom stationery and tools to match whatever type of branding you want for your store (hopefully). This set will always be free because I made it with new sellers in mind however, I wont be adding any further images to the set. You are free to alter the colors after downloading to match your branding if necessary.
All images are 300 dpi in png format with transparent backgrounds.
All of my graphics are for personal and/or commercial use. This set is created particularly for logo design for your blog or TpT store but it can also be used to make printables as long as credit is given to me with the use of a clickable link to my store with my square logo shown. I also ask that if you use this set, please leave feedback here to let me know because I'd love to see your new logo in the process!
Redistributing, editing, selling, or posting these graphics or any part there of (by themselves and not in a resource, logo, or product) on the Internet are strictly prohibited without first gaining permission from the author. Violations are subject to the penalties of the Digital millennium Copyright Act. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or click on the ‘Ask me a question’ button on my TPT Store if you wish to be granted special permission.
See all of my clip art here http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Nylas-Crafty-Teaching/Category/Clip-Art
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