Like scrapbooking kits at a physical store, the graphics are in kits and sets of kits are in bundles. It is so easy to mix and match this way!
You can also search single graphics to find something specific you’re looking for.
As you can see, the graphics in this site are more stylized and “floofy” which I realize isn’t a word but, oh well.
Finally, they offer a lot of freebies for personal use and have a monthly themed blog train.
HungryJPEG is a fun site for both fonts and graphics. I don’t really go there looking for anything specific but I get their emails and always enjoy what I’ve bought. This site also does bundles but there aren’t as tidy as the PixelScrapper ones. Some recent purchases:
Plus, as you can see, you can tweet for a discount. Yeah!
They also have freebies but you have to “catch” them.
DealJumbo is a lot like HungryJPEG. They have even more freebies than HungryJPEG so subscribe to their newsletter.
GraphicStock is a website you have to subscribe to. They have tons of graphics and photos which is a big thing in graphic design right now (or at least the graphic design that I’m seeing).
I would not recommend GraphicStock if you’re looking for something specific but if you’re looking for something in a theme or a broad search, then it works.
Handy Tip: If you’re interested in subscribing, wait until they have a sale. They have sales fairly often.
EduClips creates adorable people clip-art. Plus, every new graphic set is 1/2 price for the first 48 hours. Win!
I like 3AM Teacher‘s Graphics because they are quite unique. I especially like her Suess-a-like graphics.
Finally, Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah Designs has great borders. There are generic ones as well as thematic ones for holidays and such.
I hope this gives you some great ideas for where to find quality graphics. What are some of your favorites?