I made this pattern by accident and actually really liked it, so now I’m sharing it with you. Enjoy + have fun! I hope you make something fabulous!
I was playing around with Illustrator this weekend, trying to make a perfect scatter brush in hopes of cutting corners. Well, that didn’t pan out as I’d hoped but it did inspire today’s printable. I’m calling it Solar Circles because it feels kind of space-y. Now go forth and make fun stuff!
Today’s patterns are the cousins of yesterday’s extreme chevrons. I was just playing around with the placement of my repeating triangles and liked the way these looked.
Click the image to go to the pdf download. PDFs can be opened in any design program, or printed directly from Acrobat or Reader.
I’ll have this week’s downloads added to the downloads page within the next week. Enjoy!
Hey, hi, hello! I love having this blog as a creative outlet because it allows me to play around with different ideas and inspires me to try new things… which is what happened the other day.
I was working on some geometric patterns using triangles and accidentally created these gems. So here’s your extreme chevron – I hope you can find a use for it! Within the week I’ll link them on the chevron downloads page. Enjoy!
I saw this fabric that was just large, bold stripes and it inspired me to make some papers. Here you go! Happy Friday!
Hey there! Happy almost-spring!
Thanks for visiting this old blog despite the lack of updates. And thanks for your comments/messages. Here are responses to the latest requests.
And finally, I have the first round of organization started on my downloads files. You can access a sampling of the chevron patterns by clicking the link under FREEBIES in the menu bar, or by visiting this link.
This is only the beginning, folks. Much more awesomeness to come!
Remember, I love seeing what you make with my patterns, so feel free to email me a pic!
This is what I felt like making today – just a bunch of heart patterned paper in a variety of color combos (13 different papers, to be exact). I went a little color crazy. They’re all in one massive PDF. I hope you enjoy it!
Here’s your free printable for the day – super simple & easy to use! Print, cut, fold. Write a note and put with candy, treats, gifts, etc. Each card is about a 2″ square when folded.
Click the image to go to the PDF. Cheers.
Did you ever make those paper chains in grade school, where you cut strips of colored paper and stapled them in criss-crossing loops to make garland? Well, I DID and LOVED it! That’s what inspired today’s download… though my love note sayings might be a little lame. I never know what to put on those things, haha.
Click the image to go to the pdf, and enjoy!
It seems that the groundhog saw his shadow, so good luck to my homies back east during their 6 more weeks of winter. Though, as my ever-positive mother puts it, “Only 6 more weeks of winter and then we’re done!” I hope she’s right!
Today’s download is a sheet of basic valentines that you can cut apart, or use as elements in your papercrafting projects. I went with a more vibrant color palette, so the next download will be a little softer.
Click the image to open the PDF, and enjoy!