Continuing our 10 Days of Giveaways – Celebrating 10 Years of Success extravaganza, we would like to first wish you a Happy 4th of July! In honor of America’s birthday (237 years young), we have created a retro desktop wallpaper to download. There are three size in total, including a cell phone friendly size too!
So, dig in and download this goodie. Oh! And be sure to share this with all of your ‘furiends’.
(No longer available for download)
We love to celebrate Valentine’s Day in honor of all those near and dear to us! So, here is a free DIY animal card template for you to download and give to all of your most favorite and ‘furried’ Valentine(s). Better yet, these can also serve a great fit for all of those (ahem), last minute types who still wish to give out a simple, yet highly unique card.
This pet themed card and envelope set was designed to be simple and fun. There are two themes to choose from: pink or red. Also included in the template is a matching envelope that you can print out and cut out. It’s so easy! Better yet, download both and get extra crafty with these pet design templates. After all, every one (both human and pet), deserves to know that they mean everything to someone. Woof!
Skelanimals are adorable little animals who have met an untimely end-mostly due to their own reckless and ill-advised behavior. Come and meet them all here in Skeland and see how each of them become a Skelanimal, be sure to also stay tuned to watch some animated shorts. Fun!
You know when you come across something so cute, it just makes your day; but alas even better when that something cute can be all yours for free! Introducing: Speakerdog! Thanks to famed Ben The Illustrator and his creative paper muses, he has been working with a slew of gifted designers and illustrators for his boxy creations – the Speakerdog. So, get ready to download, print, cut, fold and glue. Next thing you’ll know, you will be surrounded by loads of witty and whimsical papered friends.
(click on the image above to fetch your new Speakerdog: Mr. Miggins Speakerbear)
These unique icons were created by Cristina Cerretti, based on an children’s book she had illustrated in 2003. What I love most about these little creatures, is how stylistically different they are.