These customizable, downloadable PDFs include simple graph paper to music notation staves and 'engineer's paper' plus dozens of others. Basically, you'll find
The website is called Image Revolver, and it's an outlet for artists to sell their work to the masses at very reasonable prices. The images themselves are high-resolution original works that you can print AT HOME. You choose from images sized small (8.5x11, 8 x 10), which cost 5 bucks, medium (11x14, 11x17), which will set you back $8 and, and large (13x19), which clocks in at a only $10.
WHO CARES what you'd use 'em for? They're adorable!
- Store recipes from magazines
- Print a out and give as gifts
- Keep one in your purse to wrangle receipts
- An invite's handsome carrying case. (They fit nicely in a A7 envelope.)
- Put photos in them to give to family and...
Getting in on the cruelty-free deer and antler craze has been a task for your credit card, not your X-acto knife.
Until now, that is. In May, Chronicle Books will release Dorm Decor, a collection of ideas to spice up college students' nine-months-of-the-year abodes. And their sneak peek project: a brightly colored faux deer head, handmade with foam core and wrapping paper.
Sure, they may already 80% off at the kiosk at the mall, but these 2009 calendars are completely free, and feature no pugs or bikini girls whatsoever. Good work, Tipnut.
Be prepared to be scared and crafty. Papercraft blog Paperkraft has collected some amazing, free papertoys to create just in time for this Halloween season.
Bring some color into your workspace with this free printable, colorful desk calendar. Made to fit inside a CD jewel case (just open 270-degrees to create a stand), all you gots to do it print, cut, and beautify. Via.
Designing invitations for my baby's Naming Ceremony has had me thinking about fonts, clip art and ornaments obsesively, 24/7, for three days! Briar Press has tons of lovely things of that ilk to download for FREE. Like these little fellow's:
and these two rather dashing chaps:
Via How About Orange (Ms. Jones always finds the nicest stuff!)
Emily of Orange Beautiful has designed and made available via Daily Candy the template for this darling little Valentine box. Just download the free template on 8.5 x 11 card stock; cut it out and color in the designs. After you glue up the tabs, your ready to fill your Valentine Box with candy–or better yet, jewelry. Via Craftzine.