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Check It Out: Display Resources

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Display Resources

Displays can make all the difference in enticing students to the library but finding ideas and resources can be difficult!  Here are some of the best places to get free resources for your displays, bookmarks and advertising.

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Description automatically generated with medium confidencePinterest:  Awesome display ideas you can search or follow my library display board: https://pin.it/7dUnrcJ          

Designbundles.net  & Fontbundles.net -  Get a free account (it works for both sites).  These sites have lots of freebies of clip art, fonts and cut files (if you have a Cricut/Silhouette).

Thehungryjpeg.com – Get a free account and download the weekly freebies.

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Description automatically generatedhttps://search.creativecommons.org/ - this search engine can help you find lots of images with open licenses to use for so much.

https://www.blackillustrations.com/illustrations/the-office-hustle-illustration-pack-official -  This website charges for illustrations but this link is to a freebie of diverse people doing office things and there are other freebies available.

https://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search#!?showOnly=highlights%7CwithImage%7CopenAccess&offset=0&pageSize=0&sortBy=Relevance&sortOrder=asc&perPage=20&searchField=All – Just search The Met Open Access art and you can use any of those images.

https://stocksnap.io/ - lots of free stock photos – good search engine.

https://www.teenservicesunderground.com/ - if you don’t already belong to this group—join!  It has lots of display and programming ideas.  It is amazing!

Font Resources

https://fontmeme.com/ - This site has all kinds of dup fonts for things in pop-culture—Ben 10, Wandavision, etc.  You can generate what you want to say in the font and download it.

https://www.font-generator.com/ - another font generator

https://www.dafont.com/ - this one has fonts you can actually add to your computer to use in whatever—just an FYI you might have to get your tech person to allow you to add new fonts.

https://www.fontbundles.net/

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