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46 Feelings And Emotions Downloadable Clipart

46 FEELINGS / EMOTIONS  CLIPART IMAGES 
(23 colour / 23 black and white) 

PLEASE NOTE: This clipart is now part of our yearly membership and (as with all of our resources), can be used in any non-commercial way for your very own purposes - only for the year of your membership thanks (just to clarify - with all of our resources you can use anything you have 'made' for as long as you like, but if you do continue to use files downloaded year after year - we would appreciate it if you could renew.) Please be aware that we still own the copyright so no changes to the actual images can be made....but feel free to use them in your own resources or worksheets / newsletters etc.....thank you !

 

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