Oaklie Printable Personal Stationery
This weeks freebie is a cute hand drawn personal stationery set that you can print at home. It contains two PSD templates; a chic notelet & a handy calling card that you can easily cusomise with your own name & contact details. The stationery features one of my premium hand drawn elements, the most adorable little oak branch, which retails as part of my ‘101 Hand Drawn Elements Vol. 8’ set.
The notelet measures A6 in size ( approx 5.8” x 4.1” ). What this means is that you can organise 4 on a standard A4 page if you want to be super efficient when printing. The calling card measures 3.5" x 2" with 1/8” bleeds. Both designs come in PSD format and have a 300 dpi resolution. I only use free fonts in the templates, and links to these fonts are included in your download folder. Colours & text can be changed easily, but you will need to have a basic working knowledge of Adobe Photoshop to do this.
I recommend printing your notelets & calling cards on thick paper. I am a huge fan of printing on watercolour paper because of the texture and bespoke feel it provides, but any paper will do really, once it will pass through your printer, and its nice and stiff :)
THE NITTY GRITTY ( aka. license terms )
This license enables you to use the above templates to create stationery ONLY.
The templates are for personal use ONLY.
You cannot extract the graphic from the design and use it on its own for any purpose.
You cannot repurpose these templates to create other digital items.
You cannot redistribute these files in any digital way, ie. as a freebie on your own site, as a logo option to clients, as a digital printable, as a piece of clipart etc.
You cannot sell this bundle, ie. as a stationery set, as a premade logo, print or printable in your store.
You cannot claim this set as your own work or the work of someone else except me.
This bundle will not be individual to your business, it will be downloaded by many people all over the world. Because of this you cannot trademark or copyright the design. The copyright of this kit will remain with me.