Valentines Printables are up again!

valentines pink web

Due to popular demand, these little friends are back for Valentines day.

valentines group1 web

Complete with 2 envelopes and 2 cards.

valentines group3 web

Have fun with these! These two are such a pleasure to illustrate:)

tag web

CLICK HERE to purchase PDF DOWNLOAD

 

xo

sarah

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  • suzanne seniore

    These are so cute! Thank you. I am renovating a dollhouse at the moment and I am wondering if it is ok I include a miniature pic of a two of your beautiful artworks? I purchased the children on parade pic a few months ago and it hangs in my daughters’ room. Trying to copy some of the things in our house in the dollhouse. I will be blogging about it in a week or so. I will check back here for your response. thank you . Suz – a keen follower or your blog, fabric and art!

  • Kristin Marvin

    What adorable prints and really–so kind of you to provide/share with your followers. The pictures you photographed are great also! Thanks so much!

  • Elizabeth Markham

    We don’t have a printer at home. If I purchase the download, will it be available to print later from another computer? Also, has anyone else without a home printer found a good way and place to print PDFs in color from this site?

    • http://www.sarahjanestudios.com/ Sarah Jane

      Sure! All you need to do is SAVE the file, use a flash drive or keep the file available in your email inbox when you get it and upload it to another computer. I think the link is only available for 5 clicks, something like that though. Does that help?

      • Elizabeth Markham

        Yes!

  • gina

    i bought these last year when you created them and they are still my favorite!!

  • Alisha

    I just bought the PDF. They are absolutely darling and I can’t wait to send them out! :) Thank you!

  • Pat Cwynar

    Hi! I just “discovered” some of your current and past fabric lines! I really like them, but I have a request. In the future could you consider letting girls and boys play together and maybe letting girls do typically “boy things” and vice versa. One of my daughters favorite childhood memories was shooting estes rockets with her father. Also she has a male acquaintance who performs internationally in jump rope competitions while studying chemical engineering. One of my brothers learned to sew when he was ten and went on to study fashion design in New York. I notice that even when you have boys and girls on the same fabric they aren’t often interacting. As an only girl raised among boys my life would have been very lonely if I hadn’t played with my brothers. Anyway, just something to think about. I know this topic is very much on the mind of my 22 year old daughter (who sews) and her friends. All this aside, I find your style absolutely enchanting and look forward to seeing many more lines!