I’m in the Halloween spirit today. Check out these awesome freebies I found on Pinterest. Have you seen any spooky freebies around the net? Let me know.
#1 – Zombie Animals Halloween Treat box by We Love to Illustrate.
#2 – Halloween lunch bags by It Is What It Is.
#3 – Halloween fortune cookies by Kind Over Matter.
#4 – Halloween treat labels by Design. Wash. Rinse. Repeat.
#5 – Boo! Halloween invitation and favour sticker by On To Baby.
When I was a kid we didn’t celebrate Halloween. No-one got dressed up. No-one went trick or treating and there certainly wasn’t any Halloween related ‘stuff’ in stores. That has changed. I can now buy massive Halloween branded pumpkins to carve from Woolies and we always get a motley assortment of teenagers rock up on our door step (sans costumes I might add) demanding lollies after dark.
I’m not sure what Halloween is actually about (I suspect it has something to do with pumpkin farmers and lolly manufacturers) but if I can send a card to celebrate it, it’s alright with me.
#1 – Bat notecard by Presse Dufour.
#2 – Grinning pumpkin by Pike Street Press.
#3 – Halloween party invitations by Keva, Ink.
#4 – Darkness there and nothing more print by Tag Team Tompkins.
#5 – Haunted House card by Fat Bunny Press.
Easter is tomorrow which means I have time to squeeze in a final round-up. For me, Easter is all about family. We get together, have lunch and enjoy each other’s company while the little ones hunt around my sister’s garden for eggs 🙂 Always lots of fun. Happy Easter everyone. x
Easter Palms by Rifle Paper Co.
Easter Card by Sassafras & Lilli Pilli
Large Carrot by Lion and Lisa
Hoppy Easter by Inkello
Spring Card – Easter by Oh My Deer
(Image credits: Rifle Paper Co., Sassafras & Lilli Pilli, Lion and Lisa, Inkello, Oh My Deer.)
Oh these sweet Valentine’s printables from Inky Co make my heart burst with delight. So fancy – and free!
(Image credit: Inky Co)
Have you left your Valentine’s card shopping a little late? Don’t fret! Amy from Thank You Cards got in touch with me last week to share some of her cute printables. She’s designed 18 different card templates for you to download and make yourself. And they’re free! Woohoo! Thanks Amy.
Here’s a sneak peek at a few of my favourites.
I love this print by Paul Octavious.
It’s a heart made from 51 books on love! Ingenious, right? The books range “from the love of Botany to paperbacks with covers of cheesy illustrated chest baring Fabio looking men on top of a mountain with their lover grasping their leg in a torn gown.”
What a great idea.
(Image credit: Paul Octavious)
I can’t even tell you how excited I would be to get one of these love letters transcribed and beautifully calligraphed by Bryn Chernoff from paperfinger. You (or your significant other) can email Bryn 100 words and she’ll work her magic. Sweet idea, yes?
(Image source: paperfinger)