Alexis Paul on Oct 24, 2016
I love this clipart, it's so adorable.
How it all began
In the fall of 2009 I found myself at home with a newborn and a toddler, facing the prospect of going back to office work. After some discussions with my husband we realized how difficult it would be to adjust again to my rotating shift work and still manage to spend time with TWO children. We sat down and calculated that if I could pull in enough of an income to cover some bills, I'd be able to stay home with the kids and not need to go back to work full-time. So I started wondering how would I be able to generate that money. I had no real skills to fall back on, but I knew I loved design. I started taking any course I could find that would teach me how to use Adobe Illustrator. It was love at first sight (byte?)
One year later, in the fall of 2010, my maternity leave was up and that was that--I was officially an entrepreneur. I started out slowly putting a few clip art sets on Etsy, and was so very excited when they actually sold! So I made a few more. And they sold. It was working! My skills have improved tremendously since those early (scary!) sets, and I've since been blessed with a lovely fanbase!
In the summer of 2013, I wanted to branch out and try something new, I figured since I was creating clip art anyway, why not try to make something else out of it? Clementine Baby was born. I started selling monthly baby stickers on Etsy and again, people loved them! In 2014, I added personalized labels to the mix and they were really well. I rebranded to Lovely Clementine because I was no longer only about babies.
So that's where we are now, mid 2015, with Clementine Digitals and Lovely Clementine both doing very well and a whole lot more on the horizon! My newborn is now a vocal 5-year-old, the toddler is now an incredibly smart 8-year-old, and the husband has a bit less hair. And me? I'm as eager as ever to keep making new, lovely designs for lovely people like you!
My goal is to provide you with a variety of high quality digital papers and clip art, for personal or commercial usage! Please check back as I will be adding new items regularly.
Accepted payment methods
- Accepts Etsy gift cards
Files come in a ZIP format. It is up to you to ensure that you have the software needed to extract zip files. Most people already have one, if not 7-zip is a free one: http://www.7-zip.org/
Refunds and Exchanges
Additional policies and FAQs
All artwork is copyright Julie Lalonde of Clementine Digitals. Sale does not transfer copyright ownership, this is simply a license for use under the following terms:
Digital printable files: You may use my products to create digital printable files (personally or commercially). Files must be flattened (jpg or PDF). You must incorporate the art into a new design (so you may not simply place the artwork on plain backgrounds or use them by themself, you must remix this to make your own unique design). Absolutely no collage sheets, digital papers, digital stickers etc or reselling as commercial use resources in any way.
Printed products: You may use my products to create printed (tangible) stationery, handmade or printed cards, brochures, flyers, business cards, printed party or stationery elements, games, jewelry, clothing, accessories, home decoration etc. Artwork should not be used "as is", you should add something to it to create a new unique design. For example, by adding text and a background, creating a scene with different clip art etc. You may not just place the unchanged clip art on a sheet and sell them as stickers.
Logo and web designers: You can use my products commercially to create logo and web designs to sell if the clipart or papers are part of the design. You may not sell the graphic as is as the logo by itself. You may create website/blog templates, banners, headers, footers, buttons and store front designs if it is flattened and 72 dpi.
Digital scrapbooking: An extended license must be purchased in order to use my items in a digital scrapbooking kit. Kits must be sold under a personal use only license. The art or patterns must be used as part of a new design and cannot be used as-is.
Print on demand (Zazzle, Cafe Press or other): An extended license must be purchased in order to use my items in a print on demand site. Usage is allowed if used as part of a NEW work (can not just stick clip art on a simple background or use the patterns as is).
Embroidery Digitizers: You may convert my art into embroidery files, however you may not redistribute my art with your files. You may use my art as a preview image as long as it is at low resolution with a water mark.
Teachers and educators: You can use my products personally, or commercially for digital games or educational sheets (selling on Teachers Pay Teachers or other sites).
This license is for small business only (under 200 copies). An extended license is required for print runs over 200 items.
*YOU MAY NOT* resell as is, redistribute my original files, turn into brushes/tubes or shapes, create rubber stamps from the image, resell as clip art, offer as freebies, sell as digital collage sheets, or sell as layered templates of any kind. Please do not claim the graphics as your own, the copyright remains with me at all times.
If you need these files for any usage not listed above, please contact me! julie [!at] clementinedigitals.com