The 4th of July, Bastille Day, and Canada Day—3 clip art packs, all in one FREE download bundle. Download today!
The month of July marks the independence day of not one, not two, but three countries at once. On July 1st, Canada celebrates Canada Day. A few days later, on July 4th, the United States celebrates their Independence Day (also commonly known as “The 4th of July”). Then, on July 14th, France celebrates Bastille Day (also commonly known as “Fête nationale”). To celebrate this patriotic month, we’re giving away three packs of clip art for each national holiday, all combined in a single bundle.
Crank up your patriotic spirit, put on your creative hat, then go express your love for your country. These festive clip arts are here to help you. Don’t worry, it’s completely FREE and super easy to use. Scroll down to see how.
How to Download Your FREE Patriotic Clip Art Bundle
Downloading these clip art packs is easy. Simply click the button below and the download will automatically begin. Once the download is finished, double-click the ZIP file to unpackage its contents. Inside the ZIP file, you’ll find four clip art folders. When you open the folders, you’ll see the individual clip arts, each in .png format.
By downloading this FREE pack, you agree not to resell or redistribute these assets.
What’s Inside this FREE Patriotic Clip Art Bundle
When you download this FREE Clip Art bundle, you’ll get four folders:
The first folder contains the 4th of July (U.S. Independence Day) clip art packThe second folder contains the Bastille Day (Fête nationale, French Independence Day) clip art packThe third folder contains the Canada Day (Canadian Independence Day) clip art packAnd, the last folder contains a bonus clip arts pack with some versatile fireworks and stars, suitable for any independence day celebration.
This bundle has a total of thirty-seven clip arts. Each clip art has a transparent background, so you can place it anywhere.
The 4th of July Pack
The 4th of July Clip Art Pack contains:
The U.S. flag in three styles: basic flag, flag on a pole, and heart-shaped flagA banner of the U.S. flag, which can be duplicated and placed next to each other as borders or patterns Multicolored fireworksBarbecue-related clip arts : grill, burger, and hot dogA yummy-looking cupcakeSunglasses with a festive U.S. flag patternA seasonally fresh watermelon slice
Bastille Day Pack
The Bastille Day Clip Art Pack contains:
The French flag in three styles: basic flag, flag on a pole, and heart-shaped flagA banner of the French flag color, which can be duplicated and placed next to each other as borders or patternsMulticolored fireworksArc de TriompheEiffel TowerA signature French croissantA yummy-looking cupcake
Canada Day Pack
The Canada Day Clip Art Pack contains:
The Canadian flag in three styles: basic flag, flag on a pole, and heart-shaped flagA banner of the Canadian flag, which can be duplicated and placed next to each other as borders or patternsMulticolored fireworksA very Canadian maple syrupA yummy-looking cupcakeSome fun balloonsA maple leaf, Canada’s national symbol
How to Import and Adjust Clip Art Using Adobe Photoshop
In four simple steps, you’ll learn how to import and adjust the clip arts using Adobe Photoshop.
Step 1: Create a New Document
Open your Adobe Photoshop app, create a new document, and input your desired size. In this example, we’re going to make an Instagram post (1080 x 1080 pixels).
Create a new document, then choose the size you need.
Step 2 : Importing the Clip Art
Open the downloaded folder and choose the clip art you want to use. Simply drag the clip art and drop it on your Adobe Photoshop Canvas.
Drag the clip art from the folder and drop it on the canvas.
Step 3: Adjusting the Clip Art
Now that the clip art is placed on the canvas, you can adjust it however you like—rotate, resize, add text, change background color.
To change background color, choose the color that you want by double-clicking the foreground color, then click OK. Now, click on the Background layer, then click alt+del to fill the layer.
Change the background color.
To rotate and resize the clip art, use the Free Transform tool by clicking ctrl+T (or command + T for Mac), then adjust the image with the arrows on each corner.
Resize and rotate the clip art with the Free Transform tool.
To duplicate the clip art, click on the clip art layer, then click ctrl+J (or command+J for Mac). You can move the layer using the Move tool (V), and flip the clip art by clicking Edit > Transform. You can choose to flip it horizontally or vertically.
Flip the image by clicking Edit > Transform.
You can also add some text on the design. Simply click on the Text Tool (or press T) and place the text on the canvas. Add your text, then adjust the text’s position and size the same way you adjusted the clip art (above example).
Use the Text Tool (T) to add text.
Repeat Step 2 to add as many clip arts as you want.
Step 4: Saving the Design
Once you’ve finished your design, click File > Save As (Ctrl+Shift+S / Cmd+Shift+S). Then, a Save As window will appear. You can choose your destination folder, change your file name, and choose the Save As type. For social media posts, the JPEG file type is recommended. Click Save and OK. Your image is ready!
Save the image by clicking Ctrl+Shift+S.
How to Import and Adjust the Clip Art Using Shutterstock Editor
No editing software? No problem. You can easily access Shutterstock Editor with your web browser and edit your image there. Here’s how.
Step 1: Create a New Document
When you open Shutterstock Editor, begin by choosing a size for your design. In Shutterstock Editor, you can easily choose the size that you need from the preset sizes. There are a variety of size options for any common design needs—Facebook image, Facebook cover, or Instagram post. Simply type the size you need on the Search preset sizes column.
Choose a size for your design by searching for the preset sizes.
You can change the design size anytime by clicking Canvas Size on top of the canvas.
Step 2: Importing the Clip Art
To import the clip art, click My files > Uploads > Upload Image. Upload the clip arts you want to use, then simply click or drag to place it on the canvas.
Upload the clip art to place it on the canvas.
Step 3: Adjusting the Clip Art
Once the clip art has been placed on the canvas, you can start adjusting the position and size.
To resize, click and drag the corners of the image. To rotate, click on the rotate button at the bottom of the image and drag it until you get the rotation you want.
Resize and rotate the clip art.
If you have two overlapping clip arts, you can choose which one you want to place in back. Right click on the image that you want to place in back, and choose Move backward to move it back a layer. Or, choose Move to back to place it at the very bottom layer.
Adjust the front and back positions of overlapping clip arts.
To change the background, click on the Background button on top of the canvas and choose your preferred color. You can choose from the primary color options available, or add a custom color. When you add a custom color, you can either use the color slider, write down the HEX color, or use the color picker.
Change the background color by clicking Background.
To add text, simply click on the Text Tool (A), and choose from the selection of text templates or customize your own text. Once you’ve placed your text on the canvas, the Text options toolbar will appear at the top of the canvas. With the toolbar, you can customize the font, alignment, color, or size of the text.
Customize your text with the Text Option Toolbar.
Step 4: Download Your Image
Once you’ve finished your design, simply click on the red Download button, choose the file type (JPG is recommended for social media usage), and download.
Download and choose the file type that you need (JPG is recommended).
Voilà! Your image is ready.
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