Announcement Digital clip art, digital papers & collage sheets for your crafting projects. Instant download. Digital papers supplied in US Letter, A4 & 12 inch sizes.
Digital clip art, digital papers & collage sheets for your crafting projects. Instant download. Digital papers supplied in US Letter, A4 & 12 inch sizes.
- All 214
- Digital Clip Art images 62
- Digital Papers 53
- 1 Inch Circle Sheets 30
- 1 Inch Squares/Scrabble 10
- Dominoes - 2inch x 1inch 12
- Ovals 40mm x 30mm 12
- Paper Dolls and Toys 5
- Other Collage Sheets 17
- Christmas Graphics 12
- My Blogging Book 1
Tina R on Mar 17, 2017
Tina R on Mar 17, 2017
Adorable clip art. Love them.
Janny Phuket on Mar 6, 2017
fabulous , i love these from this gret shop
I was the sort of child who doodled.
I doodled on scraps of paper. I doodled in the white space around magazine pages. And I doodled on utility bills that got left on the kitchen table (sorry dad).
When I got a computer I discovered a whole new (and less destructive) way to doodle. I fell in love with Photoshop, Carrara, Vue and Corel Painter and knew that I would be doing this for a LONG time.
I created some images for use in my crafting and scrapbooking projects, mainly things like decorative frames and patterns papers, but back then I didn't think of trying to sell them online (this was very pre-Etsy!).
In 2004 I joined the virtual world of Second Life, where I am called Elgyfu Wishbringer. I began creating textures for my fellow residents to use in their creations as well as building cottages, castles, Egyptian items and more. My little shop grew and grew until I had thousands of items and was proud to be registered as self-employed as a graphics artist - that still sounds SO posh.
I was still making things for my crafting too, and my (very crafty) mum kept saying 'you should be selling these, you know'. Well, I guess mums are pretty much always right, aren't they? (well, that is what I tell my son anyway).
In January of 2012 I read a copy of Mollie Makes magazine and noticed that quite a few of the lovely handmade items featured were available on a website called 'Etsy'... so I headed on over to have a look.
A couple of weeks later and I had my own Etsy shop and was busy sorting through my creations and making new ones.
So here I am in my little house in the English countryside with my adult son, my super-fuzzy guinea pig and my tarantulas (who are cute, not scary, honestly).
As well as the graphics you see here, and the textures I do for Second Life (and other virtual worlds), I also do more 'conventional art' and have designed a couple of CD covers for a rock band, and supplied illustrations for two children's books and a guide to fairies (which was not for children, strangely enough).
I enjoy lots of crafts including bobbin-lace making, crochet, knitting, sewing, weaving and generally attempting to make odds and ends into 'pretty things'.
I blog about my crafts, including the things I make with my Etsy graphics on the Tin Teddy Blog.
I am the author of "Make It, Blog It, Profit! - Blog post ideas for craft sellers" - a book full of inspiration and ideas for craft sellers who want to use their blog to increase sales.
I have a second shop on Etsy - AntiqueDogPrints - specializing in original antique and vintage dog prints (cunning name, eh?)
Accepted payment methods
- Accepts Etsy gift cards
You do not need to already have a Paypal account to use Paypal, you can sign on as a guest . You can pay via Paypal using a credit card, debit card or personal check.
If you are a UK buyer and using an iPhone or iPad then you will also have an option to purchase using Apple Pay.
You will receive download links as soon as your payment has cleared (usually instantly).
For most of the items you will be able to instantly download your files as soon as your payment is completed.
Your files will be standard JPG or PNG images, so you can open or print them from any graphics program, file explorer etc. It does not matter what operating system you are using.
For very large graphics, that will not fit in the Etsy instant download system, you will receive a small PDF file that contains click-able links to your graphics (grouped in ZIP files) - so you will still get them very nearly instantly!
If you buy a multipack, I will email download links to your registered Etsy email address within 48 hours (though usually it is MUCH sooner!)
IPHONES & IPADS - please note that it is not possible to download files on these devices without additional software. If you are purchasing using one of these devices you will need a computer to download the actual files.
If there are any problems with your receiving them I can split them into smaller files and/or email them directly to you.
The bigger files are compressed as .ZIP files (or else they would be huge, these are nice, high resolution images). If you would prefer another format (such as .rar) then please contact me.
If you would like the files to be burnt to a CD/DVD and posted to you, just contact me and this can be arranged for a small extra cost.
Refunds and Exchanges
You have a 14 day right to change your mind and get a full refund. You do NOT have this right to cancel once you have downloaded the files or they have been emailed to you. If you have downloaded the files then no refunds can be given.
Please check that you have the software needed to use these files. These are digital graphics in the formats .png or .jpg. The larger files are compressed into ZIP format. Most commercial graphics software can open and use these formats. These are very standard (which is why almost everyone who sells digital images uses them!). Please do check you can open the relevant file type BEFORE ordering.
Additional policies and FAQs
These images are sold for use in physical crafting projects, both personal and small scale commercial. You are purchasing the right to USE the graphics, not the copyright of the images themselves.
• You may use these images in your personal crafting.
• You may print them as a wall print for your personal use.
• You may incorporate them in home-made items you sell or give away as long as you have printed them out first.
You may NOT:
• You may not use them in any digital items - only physical
• You may not print them out to sell or give away as a collage sheet or any other form of crafting supply product or merchant resource. This still applies if you have adapted them, applied filters to them or any other form of change.
• You may not print the images to sell as framed or unframed prints.
• You may not use them for mass produced items without contacting me first.
• If you use them on hand-crafted items for sale on Etsy, please do NOT claim any copyright for the image, or claim the image is exclusive, after all, that is not true :-)
If it is a 'clip art' image and the main focus of your creation, then you must credit me.
• You may not use the graphic 'as is'. This means you cannot print the basic image on mugs or tshirts and then sell them. You must add something yourself first. So you could frame them, or add text, or embellish, or combine images - as long as you have made some contribution to the finished artwork.
• You may not sell or give away the actual image files (even if you have changed them). This includes copying them to disks, posting them online or any other form of distribution.
• You may not use any of my images in trademarks, logos or branding. If you would like to do this, please contact me and we can discuss it :-)
• You also may not use them to make websites or other online activities such as forum avatars.
These images were created by Deborah Richardson of Tin Teddy and she holds the copyright for them. The vintage images are from reliable sources and are no longer in copyright. Please note thought that I still have the copyright of them in the form in which you are buying them here - by that I mean, I assembled them in to a digital sheet (and often did a lot of cleaning, adapting and often adding artistic elements). You therefore may NOT distribute the sheet in any format. I clearly state in all listings whether the images are my own or vintage ones.
If you have any questions or comments, do drop me an message, here, or at elgyfu [!at] tinteddy.com