Free Graphics for You

As the above featured graphic states, I am grateful. Grateful for many things – and you, my blog readers, are among them! I am grateful for the little community I have found here on WordPress, and feel that God has allowed me to form many wonderful friendships through it!

So I wanted to show my gratitiude by offering a gift.

From time to time I include shareable graphics that I’ve created in my posts, and I thought it would be a good idea to make them available as an encouragement to you for your faithful friendship and loyal readership!

You can download and share any of the images in this post on your social media platforms, or even use them in your own posts. All I ask is that you do not modify them or use them for commercial purposes. Attribution is appreciated, but not required. To download, right click on any image and select “Save image as…”

I will update this post from time to time, so be sure to check every so often for new images. Encourage others and ENJOY!

Square format (for Instagram)

All images used to make these are either my own or are images which have been offered for free use.

Published by Signora Sheila

I am a wife, mom, nonna, blogger, and missionary in Italy. But really, I'm just an ordinary woman on a journey, trying to slow down enough to hear the still small voice of God and live for all that is truly important in this world.

13 thoughts on “Free Graphics for You

    1. Thanks TR! Graphics are time consuming,and not everyone knows how to use Canva. But mainly I did it because the Lord spoke to me about removing my name( HeartfulFaith) from most of them. It was as though he was asking, “Who are you trying to promote here, me or yourself?” Not that I think it’s a wrong thing to do. Just that I should do it in most instances. I mainly put a name on them to avoid theft. But no one can steal what has been freely given!

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  1. What a precious gift you’ve created here for bloggers, Sheila! I especially like the G. K. Chesterton quote about taking things with gratitude rather than for granted. (He was an extraordinary wordsmith, wasn’t he?) I’m going to copy such gems into my quote journal. Thank you very much!


    1. Thank you, Nancy! I’m not super great at graphics. But I figured they take a lot of time to make, and perhaps I could save someone that time. And I know that not everyone knows how to use Canva. Enjoy!!


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