Printable Minimal Recipe Card Template is made to keep all of your favorite recipes in the same place with these printable recipe cards. In an easily accessible PDF format, each card can be printed as many times as you would need. This recipe template is available in 2 different sizes according to your needs:
4 × 6″ and 5 × 7″
► WHAT YOU’LL RECEIVE:
Click on the links below to access the 5×7 and 4×6 versions of this card.
Here they are in PDF format layed out (2 up) on an A4 and Letter sized Sheets:
Free Halloween clipart for you now… Here is a collection of vintage and modern Halloween clipart. Many of these are PNG files and some are JPEG. To download, simply click on the image. It will open up in a new window. From there, right click with your mouse and save the file to a location on your computer. Use these Halloween images and Halloween ephemera in your scrapbooking, card making, party decorating, etc. Some I’ve photoshopped the words out of so that you can add your own. All of these are full-size, high-resolution once clicked and linked to the media page. Enjoy!
I love Halloween – from the smells of fall to the sounds of the leaves falling – I love just about everything. I also love designing around a Halloween theme. To do that, one needs fonts that are spooky and macabre. Here is a collection of free Halloween fonts.
Scrapbooker? Jewelry artist? Graphic designer? Looking for free images you can use in your projects and in things that you sell? I’m always looking for public domain images for my designs. A public domain image is defined as a photo, clip art or vector whose copyright has expired or never existed in the first place. These images can be used by almost anyone for personal and commercial purposes. Here is a rundown of finding public domain images.
Please note: Be sure to read each sites description carefully. Sometimes artwork on these sites can require attribution.
Made up of a collective of photographers who were sick of “traditional” stock imagery, so they decided to offer their own high-resolution images for free. All photos on the site can be copied, modified and distributed (including for commercial purposes) under CC0, without you having to ask permission or provide attribution.
Some of these are PNG transparent files perfect for overlapping. Others are JPEGS. Click on them and a new window will pop up with your free circus images.
Below is a fantastic circus elephant poster. You can find it in my shop here as an instant, downloadable file. If you send me an email or convo me via Etsy, I’ll send you a coupon codeto get it for free. It’s sized 16×20″, making it awesome to frame. I still have mine hung in my home and had one made for my aunt. She now hangs her circus elephant poster in her circus-themed bathroom. You can find more printable art in my shop’s prints section.
The one above I found on Little Miss Mamma’s blog. She has a great guest blog tutorial on how to make a circus tent. (pictured below)Check it out.
Printablee offers some great blank circus carnival printables. Here is one example.
And now for some circus posters…
There are so many circus posters that can be found by simply doing a Google search. One great site for some carnival imagery is Pinterest. Check this out.
Lastly, I had to throw in my circus party invitationthat I created for my daughter’s second birthday. I bit the bullet and got a pony for that one. They aren’t cheap apparently and I don’t think she’ll remember it since she was only two. I think it was more for the photo ops than anything.
The circus party wording that I used for this card:
It might be a circus. It might be a zoo. One thing is for certain, it won’t be a party without you! Cake, Ice Cream, A few surprises, and a motley menagerie of magnivicent mammalia.
If you’re looking for free circus vectors, the internet is full of them. Just google circus vectors and you’ll know where to find them. There are some really fabulous .eps circus image files out there.
I don’t know why I felt nautical today, but I did. My aunt and uncle have a great fondness for pelicans. They collect them and own quite a few. Obviously I am referring to pelican memorabilia and glass figurines, but I’ll bet you pictured a house full of caged pelicans for a second. I made this invitation today because I decided that, if storks can bring babies, so can pelicans. Anyhoo, that was the inspiration behind this pelican pregnancy announcement and the free marine images to follow.
Below are a few higher quality images I found online while getting into the ocean mood. Of course, I had to use a little pirate language in the announcement. Did you know that there is an online pirate translator that will translate any text you type into it into pirate language? I didn’t know a pirate language translating machine existed and I think it’s quite awesome. It will come in quite handy on September 16, 2016 – Initernational Talk Like A Pirate Day.
I also learned the definition of a Kraken while doing my marine images search. The Kraken is a legendary sea monster of giant size that is said to dwell off the coasts of Norway and Greenland
The below gallery has some free nautical clip art images including some really great pelicans and one pretty cool sea monster. The sea monster to the left is an 1801 pen and wash drawing of a colossal octopus by Malacologist (I need to now look that one up), Pierre Dénys de Montfort. You’ll have to find a large print of that one. I did dig further to discover the illustration to the left was inspired by an 1783 account of an eight-metre long tentacle found in the mouth of a sperm whale. It seems Pierre is a bit more of an interesting man than I gave him credit for. Sorry, Pierre. The below gallery includes higher resolution marine clipart. They are mostly open source, as far as I know.
The image below was too great to include in the gallery. I love whale illustration. It is from Wikipedia commons and came from the Tokyo National Museum.