Hello there! My name is Linda Tieu and I’m a graphic designer living in Tuscany, Italy. I’m originally from Southern California and have always been a curious and crafty kid. Still curious and crafty... and mostly kid-like these days - hah! I love learning new things and experimenting with different hobbies - from sewing to scrapbooking to embroidery to geeky science experiments. Aside from freelance design work, I also created HappyPrintClub.com, a digital library of printable stationery. I’m super duper excited to join the Petit a Petit family and will be sharing a series of printables, also inspired by Celina’s Pinterest boards (teaming up with Toya - you can see her Purrfect Bag post here).
This month we have been inspired by Celina's puuurfect board and I’ve designed a set of cat-themed stationery printables to share with you all. After looking at the board, I was instantly inspired by the simple, yet bold cat imagery paired with a soft pastel color palette. The result is my interpretation of puuurfect stationery for anyone who doesn't mind a bit of cute.
If you make the purrfect bag from Toya’s post you can definitely use these coordinating digital download printables to include with your finished bag as a gift! Your lucky recipient will surely be impressed with your efforts to go all out with the cat theme. But cat lover or not, I think these printables can definitely be used for all sorts of creative fun - for you and even the kids, too.
I’ve included a folded greeting card design, a sheet of various sized notecards, gift tags and coordinating patterned paper. Just download via the links below.
- Be sure to set your printer to print at the highest quality for the best results.
- Use cardstock or the thickest/whitest paper you have for more brilliant colors.
- Print at "actual size" for the full 5"x7" card and stationery, but you can also size down by 70% or 50% to get smaller sized materials to use.
- Note: The printable digital files are provided as PDFs. After downloading the PDFs to your computer, you can open them using Adobe Reader, a free program you can find here.
We would love to see how you use these printables, so don’t hesitate to comment and link up below. Can you find creative ways to use these printables? You can certainly include a card or tag when gift-giving a sewing project, but what about a cute love note in your kid’s lunchbox or an inspiring message in your daily planner? You can also use the printable paper pattern in your papercrafting, for gift-wrapping small items or to create an coordinating envelope or envelope liner. Let's get creative and work in some puuurfect into your life, eh? Get the kids involved as well!
Don't forget to share your creations on social media using hashtag #pinandcreate
Enjoy these free printables and let us know what you think!