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Category Archive: Freebies

FREE printables: Jubilee cupcake toppers and cake banners

To celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee next weekend, I’ve designed some special Wee Birdy cupcake toppers and cake banners! They’re free to download and print and super-easy to assemble. Jubilee cupcake toppers All you need is a colour printer, some cardboard (a cereal box will do or some red or blue cardboard would look great), […]

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Free! Wee Birdy Christmas gift tags 2011

Happy December the first! We’ve designed some new Christmas gift tags this year in five new colour-ways so you can co-ordinate with your wrapping. Hope you like them. All you need to do is click on the links below and print out the PDF onto (printable) white card stock (alternatively, print them out on white […]

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Free! Wee Birdy Christmas gift tags to download

Mr Birdy and I have been busy designing some very special downloadable Wee Birdy gift tags* for all you lovely readers. Hope you like them – I'm using them on all my presents this year. All you need to do is print out the PDF onto (printable) white card stock (or just print them out […]

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Wee Christmas finds: Papermash loveliness

The rather lovely UK-based online stationery shop, Papermash, has stocked up on some super-sweet things for Christmas. I love the wine letterpress gift tags (£2.25), the dainty and delicate tissue snowflake card (£5, and it ships flat) and the very special London snow globe print, which was designed by Clare Owen (and is exclusive to […]

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Wee find: Free downloadable Valentine’s cards

Forgotten to sort out Valentine's Day tomorrow? Can't be bothered and/or don't want to buy into the whole commercial nastiness of it all, rah rah rah? If you're so inclined, then you may like to check out these marvellously birdy Valentine's Day designs, courtesy of digital design studio Ollibird. Seriously minimal effort required, too. Thanks […]

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Birdy goes bartering

Until very recently, I had no idea that so many Londoners were such big swappers. I had always presumed that I had nothing of value to swap, and that certain bartering schemes like LETS were the exclusive domain for those with allotments and a special interest in Hopi ear candling. In fact, LETS and skills-swap […]

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