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Poster (What You See)

Click the Poster to Go to Flickr & Download!

Did you know that you can download any photo poster from my blog  for FREE on Flickr?   All you have to do in the post is click the poster, like the one below,  and it will take you directly to Flickr page.  Once there, you can click the little magnifying glass with a plus sign up in the top right corner.  That will take you to the “Lightbox” page which will have a darker background and have “All Sizes” in the top right.  Once you click “All Sizes” you will have the option of which size to download.  If you’re printing large , the biggest resolution size is best for the sharpest print.   The posters can be used to decorate your  classroom, hallway, desk, or even just to put in a little notebook for a day when you need some inspiration.  Inspiration is everywhere.  You might even find yourself wanting to make your own posters when you start looking around you!

Do you have a favorite quote?  Please suggest some! I’m also looking for inspirational quotes to add to the collection.

Krissy Venosdale
Krissy Venosdale
Forever Learner. Collaborator. Sharpie Collector. Poster Maker. Eternal Optimist. I still wish on stars.


  1. Pat Baker says:

    Thanks for sharing.

  2. Michelle Nero says:

    Totally sweet! Thanks for sharing!

  3. Shauna says:

    Thanks so much for sharing your creativity with us! Last year I used your classroom norms posters but this year you’ve inspired me to add more color to my classroom, so I’ll probably be downloading a lot more. I especially love the “curiosity is the cure for boredom” quote—I repeated that one many times to my students last year!

  4. Celina says:

    I absolutely love your Art! Beautiful inspiration! How about this one-

    “We teach individuals. Frequent adjustments will be necessary.” ~Kevin Washburn

    From his post:

  5. Julie says:

    I absolutely LOVE your posters! I have a quick question though. I downloaded the “I wish” poster. When I uploaded for printing, the poster is being cropped. When I called, I was told the aspect ratio would need to be adjusted. Any idea how I can do this? I want this in an 11 by 14 or even a 16 by 20. ( I love it THAT much!) Thanks for any help!!


  6. Molly says:

    Hi Krissy~

    I admire your creative work and willingness to share! I was wondering if you could apply your artistic genius to create a revision of this poster:

    I was hoping it could have red Converse looking shoes to appeal to the older grade boys, with the same or similar font but just the first half of that particular Dr. Seuss quote enlarged.

    Thanks so much for your consideration!

  7. Kirsty Mason says:

    Love your website and the posters! Thanks so much for sharing them. How about this quote…

    It’s never too late to be what you might have been. And never too early to start practicing.

    (The first half is George Eliot!)

  8. Kim Sivick says:

    I’m in awe, love your work! Thank you so much for sharing.

  9. Annette says:

    I am not very tech savvy –if you want a poster size of at least 11X 14 can you send it to a place like CVS and have them make a poster? Can I put the print on a thumb drive and have them print it??? HELP!

  10. Jenn Omo says:

    WOW! You are amazing! I love all the inspirational posters that you have made. Just wondering if you have website site toppers like the one you have on this page. Looking to update my page and feel inspired by your work.

  11. shannon says:

    thanks so much for sharing! your posters are awesome!!

  12. Tina says:

    Is there a place where I can order the posters? We don’t have a poster printer, and I would like to have glossy copies of several of these.

    • I don’t have ordering capabilities on my site, Tina. But, if you’re really interested, you can email me at Krissy (at) venspired (dot) com and I could see if we could work something out.

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