If you can't find what you are looking for on these pages,
there is a big chance that you will find it on the page
where you will find things like car silhouette, Western
silhouettes, tree silhouettes, Oldsmobile silhouettes, Cowboy
silhouettes and other funny stuff.
The drawings and clipart on my website are all free, the only
limitations are kind of common sense, and you can find it
described on Homepage. I want the
restrictions to be as few as possible, because I myself find it
much more easy that way.
To help you I will write below every drawings whether the
picture is in GIF/PNG or in JPEG.
If the silhouette graphics on these pages are in GIF and PNG
the background is transparent, and you can use them on top of
different backgrounds. If they are in JPEG-format, then the
background is white.
If you've got a few simple white
onesies, you'll find that having some silhouette clipart
cutouts will be very handy for making cute decorations.
Print out the animal silhouette clipart you want to
use. You'll probably want to resize the clipart so that it's a
bit smaller, as that will allow you to add more of the animals
printed onto the onesies.
Step 2: Cut out the silhouette,
leaving only the white paper around it. This may sound silly,
but trust me, it's the way to go.
Step 3: Place the cutout
silhouette on the onesie, and use it like a stencil to paint
little animals onto the onesie. You can use fabric paint and a
foam brush, and it will be very easy to apply.
Step 4: Make
sure to paint the front and back, and try to keep the print as
uniform as possible. You can measure it first if you want, or
just eyeball it.
Step 5: Once the paint has dried, put your
baby's new animal print onesie on and get snapping with your
You'll find that this makes an absolutely
adorable baby onesie, and you can turn simple white clothes
into snazzy PJs for your little one.
of the bird silhouettes on this page are eagle silhouettes,
owl silhouettes and hawk silhouettes.
But you will also find silhouettes of smaller birds.
All the silhouettes are pretty big, so that you can print them
and glue them to a window, if you don't want smaller birds to
crash into the window. But of course you can make them all
very small, if that is what you need.
this page might as well belong to the Animal clipart, but I
think it fits well in here as well.
You will find paw print silhouettes of lots of different
animals, ranging from the mouse to the elephant.
If you like silhouettes, you will love this really fantastic
and amazing video:
If you want to make a mobile for your little
one, you will find that using silhouette clipart can be a
great way to go. All you'll need to do is print the
silhouettes out on colored paper - using as many colors as
possible - and string them onto ribbons to make a cute little
Step 1: Buy a wooden or plastic hoop. This will be
the frame of the mobile. You can color it, paint it, or
decorate it however you want.
Step 2: Tie four to six
ribbons around the hoop, and let them hang down.
Step 3: Get colored paper, and print out the silhouettes of your
choice onto the pages. You can resize the images so that a lot
more of them will fit onto the page.
Step 4: Cut out the various animals, and use a hole puncher to put a small hole in
each of them. Run the ribbon through the holes, and
tie the animal pictures to the mobile at various heights on
Step 6: Hang the mobile over your little one's
bed, and let her or him enjoy the pictures of animals hanging
over their heads.
It's a fun little decoration, and it's
ideal to make using silhouette clipart.
I have made some skyline silhouettes in black/white. I did not
want to make a whole page with skylines, so I will place them
here on the main page for silhouette clip art:
Skyline silhouette of city with tree and towers
Skyline silhouette with water tower
Simple skyline silhouette black/white
Skyscrapers and towers in silhouette
One more section with skyline silhouette:
Skyline silhouette of Edinburgh
Silhouette black white of city with houses and
Skyscraper silhouette in black white
Black white silhouette of skyline
Skyline silhouette of farm and trees
Skyline silhouette from Venice
Need an activity to do with your child on a rainy day? If
you want to help them improve their artistic skills, you'll find
that using silhouette clipart can be just the thing for them.
Step 1: Download the silhouette clipart, and
save the files as JPEG images.
Step 2: Open
the images in Microsoft Paint, find the "Image" tab at the top
of the page, and click "Invert Color". Now you have an image
where the silhouette is white and the background is black.
Step 3: Print out the inverted silhouettes, and
help your child to cut them out.
Help your child to draw the lines that make up the shapes of the
animals. It will help them to learn how to draw the various
parts of the animals, and can be an educational teaching tool -
both for art and for biology.
It's a simple activity, but one
that your kids will love!
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