tag: printables

etsy shop is back open!

April 11, 2013

sweet bonnie christine etsy shop

after taking a several month long hiatus from etsy (primarily due to our cross country move) i’m so happy to finally resurrect my etsy shop, sweet bonnie christine! it’s reopening has been inspired by the new roost tribe website and shop, and i’m happy to now offer many of the same items (plus some new ones!) on etsy as well. inside you’ll find lots of pretty clip art, blog graphics, patterns and repeating backgrounds, e-books, adobe illustrator tutorials, art prints, notecards and printables! head on over to sweet bonnie christine to see more. :)

pssst and don’t forget tribe members, you get 20% off anything in the shop! coupon can be found on the member’s welcome page.

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february roost tribe recap

February 27, 2013

Posted by in roost tribe

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hey guys! i just wanted to pop in with this month’s recap of the roost tribe, which gives you a sneak peek of what february has brought to the roost tribe. i also wanted to let you know that it’s not too late to get in on the goods! i’ll be sending out a newsletter recap on monday, march 4th with all of the content in it so no one will have missed anything, regardless of when you might have joined.

that means, that if you join before monday, march 4th you’ll still get all of this yummy content from february plus march’s content as well- that’s two months for the price of one!

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this month, i shared a really fun tutorial on one of my favorite techniques in illustrator using the rotate and duplicate tools.

february roost tribe recap! (1) fun photo corners in several styles and colors plus 2 frames, perfect for both regular photos and instagram pictures!

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several lovely printables including a coffee cup sleeve, coaster, notecard and chocolate wrapper. pssst.. this is perfect for mother’s day, too!

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4 spring inspired patterns to use as wrapping paper or gift tags, backgrounds for photos or for all sorts of uses on your blog or website.

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a sweet little desktop + iphone background to remind us to do all that we do in love. :)

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one of my all time favorite southern recipes- veganized. sauteed apples and cabbage with apple sage ‘sausage’ and cornbread!

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a truly inspirational article on how to stay connected with our friends by the lovely natalie borton.

and that’s not even all! tribe members also received a list of favorite links and resources and got exclusive discounts and deals in the awesome spring greens gift guide. being a member is tons of fun and we would love to have you join the family!

join the roost tribe! >> goinghometoroost.com

want to learn more? head on over to read this post or check out the FAQs.

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january roost tribe recap

February 1, 2013

Posted by in roost tribe

hey guys! before signing off for the weekend, i just wanted to pop in with this month’s recap of the roost tribe, which gives you a sneak peek of what january has brought to the tribe. i also wanted to let you know that it’s not too late to get in on the goods! on february 4th, i’ll be sending out a newsletter recap with all of the content in it so no one will have missed anything, regardless of when you might have joined.

that means, that if you join before monday, february 4th you’ll still get all of this yummy content!

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my all time favorite adobe illustrator tutorial- teaching you how to make a repeating pattern! january roost tribe recap (2)

a 5×7 notecard and set of printable tags- colored to help bring a little color into this bleak january!

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a delicious, hearty and healthy carrot soup recipe that calls for coconut, lentils & ginger – yum! january roost tribe recap (4)

a set of 10 banners with transparent backgrounds to use on your blog or in any print materials. you get both the png with transparent background file and the editable illustrator file so you can change the colors or fonts as you please.

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an inspirational desktop & iphone background.

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5 seamless repeating patterns to use on your blog, social media sites, as gift wrap, greeting cards or for any other personal use!

and that’s not even all! tribe members also received a list of favorite links and resources and got exclusive discounts and deals in the valentine’s day gift guide. being a member is tons of fun and we would love to have you join the family!

join the roost tribe! >> goinghometoroost.com

want to learn more? head on over to read this post or check out the FAQs.

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december roost tribe recap

January 4, 2013

Posted by in roost tribe

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hey guys! today i’m sharing last month’s recap of the roost tribe, which gives you a sneak peek of what december brought to the tribe. i also wanted to let you know that it’s not too late to get in on the goods! i’ll be sending out a newsletter recap on january 6th with all of the content in it so no one will have missed anything, regardless of when you might have joined.

that means, that if you join before january 6th you’ll still get all of this yummy content plus january’s too!

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working with color in illustrator is one of my most favorite things to do. with this video tutorial, i’ll be sharing with you how to pull colors from an image, make a color palette, how to open custom color palettes and how to make them persistent.

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i love to doll up my photos with pretty frames. putting a frame around a photo can really make it look special and take it to the next level! tribe members receive these photo frames in both png (with transparent background) and an editable pdf format so they can change the shape, size and colors using illustrator or photoshop if they wish. using frames is a great way to spice up your blog posts or family photos!

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this quick print calendar won’t look like it only took you minutes to make (i promise!). you can either print my version or download the template and make your own (opening in photoshop or illustrator to edit). they are designed to fit instagram photos, but any photo cropped to a square will work.

*want a great gift idea? find your recipient on instagram (just go to instagram.com/’recipient’s instagram name’, like this: http://instagram.com/goinghometoroost) download a few photos and make a calendar for them using their very own instagram photos. they’ll be so surprised!

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grab this recipe for my most favorite vegan homemade cinnamon rolls!

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after several requests for a tutorial on how i made the light twinkles in this post, here is a quick (and easy) video on how i make animated gifs- this technique is great for making ads as well! (illustrator or photoshop NOT required!) december roost tribe recap (3)    december roost tribe recap (6)

though these last two elements are geared more for the holidays, they could still come in handy. why not just save them for next year?

and that’s not even all! tribe members also received a list of favorite links and resources and gift guide with exclusive coupons and deals. being a member is tons of fun and we would love to have you join the family!

join the roost tribe! >> goinghometoroost.com

want to learn more? head on over to read this post or check out the FAQs.

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roost tribe october recap

October 31, 2012

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october roost tribe recap

hey guys! today i’m sharing this month’s recap of the roost tribe, which gives you a sneak peek of what october has brought to the tribe. i also wanted to let you know that it’s not too late to get in on the goods! on november 1st, i’ll be sending out a newsletter recap with all of the content in it so no one will have missed anything, regardless of when you might have joined.

that means, that if you join before november 1st you’ll still get all of this yummy content!

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ocotber brought this inspirational desktop and iphone wallpaper to keep your inner winner inspired at all times!

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5 seamless repeating patterns to use on your blog, social media sites, as gift wrap, greeting cards or for any other personal use!

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a pretty printable gift card with a set of 7 matching gift tags- inspired by all the changing fall colors!

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a set of 30 circled numbers with transparent backgrounds to use on your blog or in any print materials. you get both the png + transparent background file and the editable illustrator file so you can change the colors or fonts as you please.

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the most yummy fall recipe for fig flatbread and pumpkin fennel soup (of which i’ve made and devoured at least 5 times now!).

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this poppy pattern formatted for upload to make your own custom bonnie christine iphone case from either get uncommon or case-mate’s websites!

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two adobe illustrator tutorials that will help you become more familiar with your pen tablet and learn how to turn your hand lettering into vectors- ready to use on your blog or elsewhere!

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this 14 page interactive e-book that accompanies this project on how to write killer product descriptions. it takes an in depth look at how to write engaging product descriptions and provides a 10 step fail-proof process to mastering the art of telling your brand story through your descriptions. with writing prompts and a place to jot down your ideas and thoughts, it’s a must have for any seller, regardless of whether it’s on etsy, big cartel or an independent website!

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the bundle up gift guide with warming essentials and loads of exclusive discounts and coupon codes just for the roost tribe!

and that’s not even all! tribe members also received a list of favorite links and resources and got the chance to enter a giveaway to receive their membership for free. being a member is tons of fun and we would love to have you join the family!

join the roost tribe! >> goinghometoroost.com

want to learn more? head on over to read this post or check out the FAQs.

 

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printables, projects, patterns

December 22, 2010

Posted by in christmas

last minute handmade gifts

row 1: printable christmas gift bag, holiday deer card kit

row 2: the mibo 2011 printable calendar, printable eat more veg calendar

row 3: reversible tote bag pattern, the wild bunch (printable project)

row 4: 2011 printable calendar, printable colour pages

friends, how are you? how is the christmas season going? are all of the gifts wrapped and under the tree? we finished wrapping the very last one last night, just to find another one that i had forgotten this morning. there’s always one more, isn’t there? we will be driving some 24 hours back to our home state of n.c. tomorrow, and i think we’ll need a christmas miracle just to get all the gifts, our luggage and toaster in the car!

we have a few gifts that will surely not arrive in the mail on time, we’re somewhat worried about the weather for the trip home and are a bit stressed over getting our things together for the trip.

but you know what?

i am intentionally going to love every bit of this holiday season. after all, it is the most wonderful time of the year! i giggle at the bustling malls and laughed as i used newspaper to wrap the last few gifts last night after we ran out of wrapping paper. this season, i will enjoy every bit of christmas and everything that comes along with it. i intend to enjoy the 24 hour car ride home with my mister and soak in every ounce of time i can with our families while we’re home. i will savor every bite of scrumptious food we eat and plan to remember the look on my loved ones faces as they open my gifts for them. though there is much still to do before saturday comes, this is my way of promising myself that i will be present and filled with joy for every moment of it.

what has your week been like? how are you avoiding the natural holiday stresses?

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