Click on the graphic below to see more awesome fonts. If it's close to your bedtime, do NOT click on this link. You'll be up all night downloading fonts. I've warned you. Plus, you're going to want to see my tutorial first.
And now for the tutorial . . .
After my font love comes my color coordination love. You can use Photoshop to manipulate colors in images or you can use the TOTALLY FREE Pixlr. Your choice.
Below is a screencast tutorial showing you how to take a free digital resource (more on that below) and make it match your color world. I am making this set for Mimio backgrounds to use with Mountain Language, but you can use it a million different ways. I've used it to make posters (more on that here), bookmarks, signs, and even print art in my own home. Find some cute labels online but not exactly the color you want? Change it! There are so many amazing resources out there. Now all of us type A personalities are no longer left out. Thank you Pixlr.
The site hosting my original video reached its limit! So I made a screencast of the video and uploaded it to YouTube. The quality isn't as good, but I'll try to make a new one another day!
So how easy (and free!!!) was that? If you're looking for free digital images to use in your classroom, you need to head straight to thus uh-maz-ing blog: Quality DigiScrap Freebies. Right now.