Lilac Ballerinas,roses And Ballet Shoes, Commercial And Personal Use, Digital Clip Art Set - Online

A very cute lilac ballerina clipart pack, using a sweet lilac colour palette.With cute ballerinas in lilac tutus, ballet shoes, roses, butterflies and morePerfect for party invites, scrapbooking, greetings cards and all your ballerina themed crafting.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Digital set of 15 clip art elements.All clip arts are 300dpi, so are high quality files.Clip art file format: 300dpi PNG (Transparent)Approximately, 6" x 6"The pack includes:4 Ballerinas.3 Roses.2 Butterflies.1 Ballet bar.2 Pairs of ballet shoes.1 Lilac tutu on hanger.2 Lilac bows.This is a digital product, available on INSTANT DOWNLOAD.After payment is complete, you will receive two emails:One confirming the purchase and another to let you know the download is ready!To download the file, open the designated email and click the "View your files on Etsy" button, you will be redirected to a download page where you will be able to download a zipped file containing your design!Otherwise, you can go to Your Account > Purchases, click on the download button next to the purchased item. Please remember to unzip the folder and extract the files.More help on downloading: note that the colors on your screen and in the printed product may vary slightly due to differences in computer monitors and printers.

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