We LOVE Valentine’s!
In celebration of this up and coming love fest, we have created a free set of 5 x 7 Valentine’s cards to download. This cute set stars some of our best ‘furry’ and no so furry friends around, whilst making for some fun word play.
- Set your printer to print at highest resolution possible (photo paper quality)
- Print on card stock paper or thick paper for best results
- Cut out and add to your favorite envelope
I love retro design. From furniture, to office supplies and more, I am always on the lookout to add more little treasures into my own home and office . I’ve come to feel that vintage is timeless simply because it’s classy and stylish. One such item that comes to mind is Chanel No.5 parfum. Ooo-la-la!
A while ago I found a DIY label design modeled after this parfum. I loved it! But as you know, since I’m also heavily into pet related design, I wanted to create a similar label that would be a play on this idea. Viola! Chanel No.5 = Fido No.5. Yes, rather silly. But so much fun.
So, I designed this retro pet inspired label for our blog fans to download and use. I also created a second set that reads strictly ‘Chanel No.5‘ – in case you’d rather use the original parfum design. 😉
There are 3 sizes to choose from.
3 x 3 = small
5 x 5 = large
2.5 x 6 = tall
• Download the template and print onto an 8.5 x 11 sheet of white paper.
Use card stock if you want the label to stand out even more.
•Cut your label size of choice and then adhere it to a clean vase, using double sided tape.
Criss cross the tape for the best results.
Or, you can print it onto full size sticker paper.
•Fill the vase with flowers of choice. Next, make sure to show your pet your new craft.
Two paws up!
Fido No.5 – Label – Close Up
Mia, the dachshund giving her approval for this pet inspired label.
As you know, the main reason for this here little pet design blog is to find and share all pet/animal related goodies we regularly come across while doing research for our clients. So, one such recent find is this Animal Icon set by talented graphic designer and illustrator, Marta Berzina in Jelgava, Latvia. You can download both the Vector and JPEG file versions.
So, go on. Download these little critters and give em’ a home. Enjoy!
(Alas….kindly keep in mind, that these little cuties can only be used for personal/non-commercial use.)
Here’s a saucy Valentine’s card for you from Thousandskies.com. This free card & envelope set stars a daring little pug who wants nothing more than to connect with love. The author and creator (Elda – a bay area illustrator and mom to Wifi, a poodle mix) below sums up the sentiment for this creative design freebie – perfectly.
“It’s okay to send a slightly naughty valentine’s card, trust me it’s totally appropriate! This pug really really wants your love….”
So time to get your pug on and download this ‘pawsome’ Valentine’s card. Enjoy!
It’s Freebie Friday time! Hooray! As promised we had mentioned in our recent post ‘Mark Your Mark & Bark! – The Importance Of Pet Business Logo Design’, we have now made available a fun freebie for pet businesses to download and use. Here are 3 free marks/logo templates for you to download and use for your own pet sitting business, or dog daycare business, or dog walking business or for your very own dog blog. This cute pet business mark shows a hand with a paw mark centered in the palm; conveying the professional’s dedicated care and genuine love of their pet client. Nifty!
Pick your favorite and download it. Then download the matching font to add to it. Next, simply use it to add into your MS Word documents or PDF files. This pet business logo mark will surely come in handy when utilizing it for any type of home office use. Enjoy!
Click here to download the matching font: Bebas Neue
It’s Friday Freebie time! Here is a perfect fall project to create something soft and warm for your sweet pet. You’ll have a chance to make something really nice with just a couple of tools and your pet will have its own, special custom made place.
For detailed steps, visit this handimania post. You will need a little sewing skills. But don’t be a fraidy cat, it shouldn’t scare you off though because it involves just basic stitch that will be hidden underneath the main part of the bed. This project looks so cute, that we are going to give it a try and see if we can make one for our own in-house dachshunds (Mina & Max).
Have a great fun and make your pet the happiest one.