New to the site is this printable “poster” that encourages you to celebrate your uniqueness! You are welcome to download, save, and use the image shown above! If you’d like it in printable format (US letter size, PDF, three different skin tones), be sure to check out it’s product page here on my site 🙂 You can also get a free desktop wallpaper here.
School has already started here in Scotland and I know most of you won’t be long in following! To celebrate, I’ve created a new adoptable.
It’s a simple little image that can easily be used year-round. I think it would be great used on letterhead to send home notes to parents, or even printed out and hung in your classroom!
This adoptable is available in both web (282w x 213h, 90 dpi PNG) and print (6″w x 4.5″h, 300 dpi PNG) formats so you’ll be able to use it for just about anything! As usual, you get to choose from a variety of hair colors and skin tones, as well as whether or not your adoptable wears glasses. Please note, however, that the size of the font used for your personalization may vary depending on the length of your name.
The below sample shows all the different color options for you. You can purchase yours here. Don’t forget to send your personalization instructions and your adoptable will be delivered to your email within 24 hours!
The first is a Valentine or Love themed adoptable. Available in both print or web format (or both, if you like) she holds a box of candy wrapped in ribbon and holding your name. As with all my adoptables, you get to choose your hair color, skin tone and whether or not your adoptable wears glasses.
The second is just perfect for St. Patrick’s Day! A teacher, dressed in her finest greenery, stands by a pot of gold with her name on it. This one is also available in both print and web formats.
All of my adoptables are limited edition. After 50 are sold, they will be retired.
Because my new system relies heavily on emails (to send your download links, receipts, newsletters, password reminders, adoptables, etc) it is important to make sure that you can receive them!
Unfortunately, it’s not unheard of for my emails to go into a spam folder and for a customer to think I’ve forgotten them! Because there are so many different email softwares and services out there it’s not possible for me to cover all of them, but hopefully I can give a few tips that will ensure you receive my communications.
- Most email providers offer some sort of contact list. By adding email@example.com to your contact list you should ensure that they get through.
- If you are expecting an email from me and don’t receive it, please check your spam folder. If you find it there, you should have the option to mark it as “not spam” or “safe sender”
- If all else fails, try to do an internet search for “add sender to safe list” along with the name of your email service or software. This should provide detailed information.