Free Victorian Borders

Many of these free Victorian Borders would be especially useful when making bookmarks and cards of any type. They may be used as is or combined to create your own unique look. Some of these borders are much larger and can be used for larger printed projects. You could also print them out on transfer paper and iron them on a piece of fabric, making yourself a color or “tinted”, as the Victorians were known to say, project. Embroider using the same color thread as that in the transfer. This takes the guesswork out of choosing colors that will go well together.

If you know how to use a computer graphics program or have use of a color copier that reduces or enlarges, you can make these graphics the perfect size for whatever project you are working on.

Click on the small picture to see a larger version. To save the larger version to your computer, right click on your mouse and select "save picture as." Be sure to note where you saved the picture on your computer so you can find it when you're ready to use it.

For more free Victorian clip art, see:

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Angels| Children and Women | Kate Greenaway Art | Halloween |
Poster and Portrait Clipart | Victorian Christmas Clipart, Pg. 1 | Victorian Christmas Clipart, Pg. 2 | Victorian Christmas clipart, Pg.3 |

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