Gold Corner, Page Divider Clipart. Set of 15 various decorative elements in gold, diamond, pearl clipart. Instant download PNG. Business use

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Digital download. Gold, diamonds, pearls corners and page dividers clip art. 7 various corners and 8 page dividers clipart. Instant download in PNG format. Transparent background. The approximate size of the corners is 4 x 4 in or 100 x 100 mm, the approximate length of the page dividers is 5 in or 140 mm, resolution 300 dpi. The elements could be fitted in A3 or smaller size of paper. ZIP archive. There will be no background and no drop shadow included.

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If you will have a problem with download, please let me know and I will send all files to your email address.

Personal or business use are permitted if you use my clip art to create your own designs. DO NOT SHARE or RESELL this clip art.

PLEASE NOTE: Colours may vary from printer to printer and monitor to monitor.
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Beautiful clipart. Thank you so much.
Dec 25, 2016 by 3pinkpaws

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Due to the nature of my products (digital items) I cannot offer refunds. However, I will do all I can to resolve any issues that might arise to your satisfaction.

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Personal or business use are permitted if you use my clip art to create your own designs. DO NOT SHARE or RESELL this clip art.

PLEASE NOTE: Colours may vary from printer to printer and monitor to monitor.

FAQs for the INCLIPART shop

1. What software do you need to have on your computer to be able to use this clip art?
You need to have and to be able to use some special programs for graphic design such as Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, CorelDraw or any other special programs for graphic design which support work with PNG and JPG file formats.

2. Can you use Microsoft Word or Power Point for this clip art?
Yes, you can use them. Your possibilities will be limited by the functions of these programs. To insert the clip art to a Microsoft Word document choose the insert – picture and choose the file which you need. You can adjust the size as you normally do with pictures.

3. What will you get if you buy any Alphabet clip art?
You will get a Zip archive with PNG files. Each letter, number or symbol is in a separate PNG file. This is NOT a font! To design a word or a sentence you will need to combine and arrange all letters yourself.

4. You like the clip art but you are not sure if you can do the design yourself.
I can help you to design whatever you want just send me a message and share your idea.

5. Can you print the white letters on a black or coloured paper?
No, unless you have very expensive special equipment to do that. (You would know if you have) In all other cases you will need to create a background and print it all together on white paper.

6. Can you re-size the clipart?
Yes, you can make it smaller than the original pictures without any loss in quality. If you need it in bigger size, please contact me and I will see if I can help you with it.

7. Can you change the colour of the clip art?
Yes, if you are skilled in Photoshop as the files are in PNG or JPG format. If you need another colour but you cannot do it yourself, please, contact me, I can do a custom order for you.

8. Can you use this clip art in your design and then sell your design on web sites like Zazzle, CafePress and so on?
Yes, you can, as long as you are creating your own design, not reselling the clip art as it is.

9. Can you use the clip art to create the logo for your business or for your customer’s business.
Yes, no problems.

10. How can you open a Zip archive?
A zip file contains one or multiple files that have been compressed into a single file called an Archive. An archive needs to be opened with compression software before the files inside can be accessed. Windows, OS X, and Linux all come with ZIP compression built-in to the operating system, or you can use third-party programs to access them. You can google a free program on the internet.
To open a zip file: right-click the ZIP file. In Windows and Linux, you can right-click the Zip file and select “Extract All…” or “Extract Here”. Extract All will allow you to set a path for the extracted folder to go, and Extract Here will un-compress the folder and leave it in the same location as the ZIP file. OS X will create a new folder next to the ZIP file when you double-click it, but may not open it automatically.