I added some downloadable paper and cardboard textures to my freebies section. Enjoy.
She sailed away
On a sunny summer day,
On the back of a crocodile.
“You see,” said she,
“He’s as tame as tame can be,
I’ll ride him down the Nile.”
The croc winked his eye
As she bade them all goodbye,
Wearing a happy smile.
At the end of the ride,
The lady was inside,
And the smile was on the crocodile!
I now have 21 free bumper sticker designs on my website. I just finished adding a bunch and updating the old ones a bit. They’re all designed to promote responsible driving by encouraging people not to use their cell phones while driving. This is an issue I feel very strongly about. No conversation is worth someone’s life.
They’re sized for printing as bumper stickers at VistaPrint, but you can use them however you like. They’re free for personal use. Enjoy.
Aliyah, a fan who saw a previous post on this blog, requested “a cartoony crocodile lying on a river bank.” I’m not sure if this is exactly what she meant, but here it is.
I was looking around for a pad with those three-line ruled sheets for little kids to use for practicing their handwriting. Of course, since I was looking for them, they weren’t at any of the stores I normally go to. I was debating making a special trip to somewhere I knew had them when I thought, “Hey, why don’t I just make some on the computer?”
So, I did. Then I thought, “I ought to post these to the Freebies page on my website.”
So, I did that too.
Here they are, if anyone would like them: http://www.karenbjones.com/index.php?id=187
There are blank ones and ones with the alphabet, both portrait and landscape orientation.