“Do you like coffee? — Only with my oxygen.”
Lorelai Gilmore is probably my spirit animal.
As I sip on my umpteenth cup of coffee of the day, I decided to bring you a set of papers inspired by my favorite liquid and an icon set, to boot.
I’ve used what I’ve dubbed “sherbet colors” on this one, but if you have any desire for bolder, brighter colors, please drop me a line.
Right-click and “save as…” to grab these transparent png icons. Use ’em wherever you see fit!
Click the image below to go to the pdf and save to your computer. Six pages in one pdf.
I went to a store the other day, and they were already stocking the Halloween section. In August. At first I was appalled, but then I got really excited because I freaking love Halloween! The holiday was on my mind as I began playing with some old design files, so I wound up making you some free printable Halloween cats papers. (Because, why not?!)
Click a thumbnail to go to that design’s full size pdf, or right click/”save target as….” to grab it. If you save these images and try to print them later, you won’t be happy with the pixelated images that come out.
More Halloweeny fun coming soon! Without further adieu, here you go… enjoy!
This might be my favorite yet. I love the colors and can’t wait to print this baby out for use in some upcoming projects. Hooray!
I don’t know about you, but I love a good stripe. Actually, I do know – you love them, too, based on the re-pins from my blog. My post with straight up plain stripes has had over 1,000 pins, plus my messy stripes and other variations have seen quite a bit of action. That’s why I’m introducing yet another form of stripes today: the skinny messy stripes.
We’re just starting with a few today, but I’ll have some other variations shortly, including stripes that are a little thicker and farther apart. As always, click the thumbnail or right-click and “save target/link as…” to get to the PDF. If you save the image below, it won’t be a high enough resolution to print at full page size.
I’m back with another download, this time a few new shades of the cupid arrows. I’ve been tinkering with a number of things on the back end of the site, and very shortly you may notice some changes if you come to the blog directly. I’m very excited!
I’ve also been working on lots of DIY
projects experiments as well as a ton of papercrafting adventures that I can’t wait to share with you. Stay tuned; it’s about to get real exciting up in here!
Have fun with the downloads, and as always – let me know what you’re doing with them. I love to see pics! Lately, I’ve been printing some of the patterns onto vellum and using them as background layers or pages in mini albums.
Note: The people have spoken… my downloads are now unrestricted, so you can open them in your favorite image editing program. For now, it’s just the new ones, but eventually I’ll get through all the downloads.
I was working on a project for work and decided that I liked these speech bubbles as a little background pattern, so I’ve made them into a paper for you. Click the image to go to the pdf, or right click > save link as… to save to your computer.
Please note: you will not be able to open the paper in Photoshop or Illustrator without a password, as my free designs are not to be altered. You can, however, print from Adobe Acrobat or Reader or similar program.
Today’s download is thanks to the ways of happy little accidents. It was totally unintended but since I liked where it was going, I went with it.
I know some of you hate that I use pink so often – if you want to see this (or any other pattern) in a different color, use the request form at the top menu to suggest color palettes.
Click the image to go to the pdf page, or right click > save link as… to save directly to your computer. Please note: my printables are meant to be opened in Adobe Acrobat or Reader only; you won’t be able to open them in Photoshop or Illustrator without a password.