Free House SVG Cut Files and Vector Eps

Die cut craft is getting more popular lately. It’s fun to see what other people make using their creativity with the help of cutting machines. Lot of cutting machines out there. Many of crafters I know use cricut design space and silhouette studio softwares. It’s also fun to browse SVG cut files (type of file for used for many cut machines).

This free svg files set features simple minimalist house design (with four windows). Another fun freebies from DarraKadisha.

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Don’t have cutting machine? No worry, the set also includes png files and eps files. PNG files can be opened in many softwares such as word, power point, photoshop, and many more!

The eps vector clip art is perfect if want to make large size vinyl stickers for wall art. Just send the eps to your print shop. This is a fun design for minimalist Scandinavian style home decor.

DOWNLOAD FOR FREE. CLICK HERE

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Be creative, have a crafty day and have fun!

 

 

May 5, 2019 at 2:45 pm Leave a comment

Animals clip art for kids party

Animals theme is always a fun theme for kids birthday party. Jungle animals, dinosaurs, under the sea are among the themes. This clip art bundle is a perfect choice for craft and design works for kids. This huge bundle includes more than 320 graphics. And it comes with commercial use license.

You can get this huge bundles from Design Bundles

CLICK HERE

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May 3, 2019 at 11:05 pm Leave a comment

Increase more traffic to your online shop with tailwind

I’ve been using tailwind for about 1.5 month now. It helps my pinterest growing which lead more traffic to my online store.

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There’s a lot you can do with tailwind. The application is great both for pinterest and instagram. You just need to schedule your posts (pins for pinterest) and tailwind will do the rest (find good timing for your pins to appear, and also spread the time in showing your pins).

I’ve been using pinterest to promote my products for quite long time ago. And with the help of tailwind, it just makes my job easier. More traffics come to my online shop which brings increase in sales. You can also try this strategy.

Get a FREE month of tailwind (value $15). Click here

It’s an affiliate link. I’ll get bonus if you decide to keep using tailwind (for the 2nd month and so on).

My pinterest is growing fast and now I have 200k monthly viewers.

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March 3, 2019 at 6:40 pm Leave a comment

How to make cover for bundle to sell at Teachers Pay Teachers – Photoshop Tutorial

One of the great thing about selling at Teachers Pay Teachers is that you can make an automatic bundle. This means once you update your individual product (the product which is included in the bundle), the bundle is also automatic updated.

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In this tutorial I’ll show how to make preview image/ cover for bundle. The square cover looks better for Teachers Pay Teachers. So, I’ll do my preview image in square.

Open photoshop.

Make a new file. I use 1000 x 1000 pixels at 72 dpi, RGB color. If you prefer rectangular horizontal cover, is also okey.

I’ll make a bundle from 4 individual poster products (each product already has a cover in square size of 1000 x 1000 pixels). So, I’ll combine them all into one page for the bundle cover.

I open one of the poster cover.

I copy the poster cover into the new file (the file for the bundle cover). As always, I just use shortcut as follow

from the poster cover file: ctrl A (select all), ctrl c (copy)

back to the new file (the cover bundle file): ctrl v (paste)

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After that, I resize the poster cover. Again, using the shortcut ctrl T (transform), and then I set 50% for the width and also 50% for the height (see red arrows). Now, I have the 1st poster in half size.

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Drag along the image into the top left.

Do the same thing for the 2nd, 3rd, & 4th poster covers. Place them into the blank space.

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After that, I’ll add text.

Clik the T icon from left tool bar. Choose the font/size/color from the top menu (see red arrows). Make sure your text layer is above other layers (see yellow arrow).

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Then, I’ll add some effects to the text.

From the top menu, choose layer –> layer style –> stroke

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From the pop up box, you can make some adjustments.

After that, I’ll ad drop shadow to the text.

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And that’s all. Bundle cover is ready now.

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All poster covers used in this tutorial is by DarraKadisha

Check also my other photoshop tutorials

How to make preview image for selling poster online – Photoshop tutorial

How to cut square area out of rectangular preview image – Photoshop Tutorial

How to make watermark in photoshop

January 16, 2019 at 7:24 pm Leave a comment

How to make watermark in photoshop

In this photoshop tutorial, I’ll show you how to add watermark text in photoshop. This watermark effect known for protecting your works. So people won’t be able to use your preview image for something else (since there’s a watermark text on it). This is useful for sellers who have online shops and put cover/ preview image in big size, and somehow your works look big enough in that cover/ preview image.

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Okey, Let’s start.

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Open your cover/ preview image in photoshop. I’m using cute bunny poster preview image for this tutorial.

Now, you will add text.

From the left toolbar, click the “T” icon (see blue) arrow. Shortcut is T, simple click T on your keyboard.

Once you’ve clicked the “T” icon, you’ll see some option on the top second line (see red arrows). From there, you can choose font, size, color, alignment, etc.

I use Dream Orphans font that I downloaded for free from Creative Fabrica Freebies

Type your text, and position it in the middle. I use black for the text color.

After that, make sure you’re on the text layer (see yellow arrow). So make sure that your text is above the layer of your work.

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You can see the opacity slider there. I set mine into 35%. From the drop down menu (from opacity), slide it into 35%. You can see that the text become gray, however, you can still see the bunny ears and wood image.

Well, I’ve done with the watermark text. It’s easy actually.

Now you can save it into a new file. From top menu choose File –> Save as. I saved mine as Jpeg.

Credit: valentine Bunny poster by DarraKadisha

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January 12, 2019 at 5:00 pm 1 comment

How to cut square area out of rectangular preview image – Photoshop Tutorial

If you’re selling your teaching resources (or other products) at Teachers Pay Teachers, you probably realize that square cover/ preview image looks better than rectangular listing cover. Square cover is also look nice for Etsy.

In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to cut square area out of rectangular size cover preview image. I’ll do this in photoshop.

For this tutorial, I’m using rectangular cover image of a bunny poster with wood background. The file is in jpg, 1500 x 1000 pixels at 72 dpi. I’m gonna cut (the poster area) into square size 1500×1500 pixels.

Okay, let’s start.

I open my cover/ preview image in photoshop.

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Click the rectangular marquee tool (shortcut is M) from the left toolbar. You’ll see some options from the top line (the one I point with red arrow).

The default is “normal”. From the drop down menu, change it into “Fixed size” and then enter width and height. I fill it w=1000 an h=1000. And then click your work are.

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You are now see blinking dots (square) around your work area. You can move the square box as necessary.

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Once you’re happy, from top menu Edit–>copy (shortcut: ctrl c), make a new document, from top menu File–>new (ctrl n) pop up box will open, check again the size, then click ok. And then paste, from top menu Edit –>paste (ctrl v). Now, I have my preview image in square.

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You can save this new look into a new file.

From top menu, File–> save as. I choose to save as jpeg file.

And it’s done. Now I have a square cover/ preview image that I can happily use for Teachers Pay Teachers listing cover.

PS: Don’t forget to set back the “Rectangular Marquee Tool (M)”, you can click from the left toolbar) back to normal, instead of “fixed size”, so you won’t be confused when you open your photoshop (for other projects) next time.

Check also my previous photoshop tutorial

How to make preview image for selling poster online – Photoshop tutorial

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January 12, 2019 at 3:13 pm 1 comment

How to make preview image for selling poster online – Photoshop tutorial

In this Photoshop tutorial, I’ll teach you how to make cover/ preview image for your poster (to look more appealing). If you’re selling your wall art/ posters at online marketplaces such as Teachers Pay Teachers and Etsy, then this tutorial might help you to have an attractive preview image, which will lead visitors to pin/ share/ tweet your listing, that might bring sales.

I’m using wood background that I have modified the size into 1500 x 1000 pixels at 72 dpi. For downloading free fonts, graphics, backgrounds, I recommend Creative Fabrica Freebies

As for the Valentine Bunny poster, it’s from DarraKadisha

The poster is in US Letter size at 300 dpi.

Okey, let’s begin.

Open your background and poster in photoshop.

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Go to your poster (the one opened in photoshop). From the top menu, choose Select–> all area, the shortcut is Ctrl A. After that, choose Edit–>Copy (shortcut is ctrl c).

Go to your background (the one opened in photoshop). Choose Edit –> Paste (shortcut is ctrl v). You will see your poster there, however very big, my poster shows only the top of bunny ears.

From top menu, click View–>zoom out (shortcut is ctrl alt space bar, press all at the same time). zoom out several time. So, you’ll get this preview

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Now, I’m gonna make the bunny poster into smaller size, so it will fit into the area of the wood background.

Press Ctrl T (at the same time), this is the shortcut for “transform”. You’ll see there’s a box around the poster. Now see the second line menu (below the top menu), those I spot with red arrows. I’ll go with percentage scaling 25% for the width and 25% for the height. Simple type 25% on each box. Then press enter.

You can see that your poster in now smaller.

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Point your cursor above the poster area (that area with the gray box), click and drag it into the wood area.Then, press enter.

Now zoom in several time. Shortcut is z. Press z, then click, and so on, till you get something like this

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Pay attention to the layer (on the right side), my bunny poster is above my wood background. Stay there, on your poster layer.

Now, I’ll add dimension effect to the poster by adding drop shadow.

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Make sure you’re on the poster layer. From the top menu, choose Layer–> Layer style –> Drop shadow.

A pop up box will open.

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You can adjust many things from the pop up box. I’ll go with just the basic. You can see the drop shadow appears on my poster.

Once done, click OK.

Since I have an empty space on the left, I’ll add text there, something to explain about the poster.

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From the left toolbar, choose “T”, or you can use shortcut t, simply click t in your keyboard.

If you find any problem, you can always go back to the move tool, the one with arrow icon (top on the left toolbar), shortcut is v.

Okey, now I’m in Horizontal Type Tool (after I use shortcut T). This allows me to type text, modify text such as choosing the font, change the size, color, alignment, etc. See the top menu (the second line menu actually, the one I point with red arrows).

After done with the modification setting (such as choosing font, color, font size, etc), I type the text. Do something wrong? You can go back to the move tool (on top from the left toolbar, with arrow icon, click it), and do shortcut ctrl t again.

Once you’re happy with your text, click the move tool, and you’re done.

Now, you can save your work. You can save your photoshop workfile as psd.

As for your preview image, the one you will use for preview image/cover for your product listing (for online marketplace), you can save it as jpg format.

From to menu, choose File –> Save as –> pop box will appear, from the drop down menu, choose JPEG. See below

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Click save, after that, another small pop up box will appear, asking for quality. For web/ online preview, I usually go with high or medium, so the file size won’t be too big.

That’s all!

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January 12, 2019 at 2:11 pm 1 comment

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