I Need to find a Specific Design Element

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...I need a specific design element that is embedded in the WebsiteBuilder template I am using.  The template is called "Baked Goods".  What I need is the simple fleur de lis looking icon that appears on the header.  I love it and want to continue using it but it is black and I am thinking of trying a dark background and so I would need to change it to white.  There doesn't seem to be any easy way to simply change the color, I even called in to a techie.  If I could somehow download it I could make the changes myself in PhotoShop but I can't think of how to do that.  I've also been searching clip art with no success so far.
...Anybody have any ideas?  I would hate to have to resort to actually hand drawing it!
Thanks!


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Hey Susan,

For licensing issues, we are not able to have you download that image to be able to edit it. Unfortunately, the image would either need to be found or created outside of Homestead.
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Hmmmm... I guess I'll have to do it the old fashioned way... DRAW IT!
Thanks Elyzabeth!
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I found a "work-around" and I didn't even have to take pencil to paper and draw it (what's a pencil again?)!
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What was the work-around?
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ok, I don't want to get into "licensing" issues BUT what I did was photograph the image on my desktop screen, loaded that image into PhotoShop, blew it up really big, cut and pasted onto a transparent background then "erased" the white background before filling the black areas with white.  Then I reduced back the image and uploaded it to the program.  I held my breath the whole time but it WORKED! 
...I am an artist but I will spend almost anytime on the computer before I feel compelled to actually draw!

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