Wednesday, October 11

CoffeeShop "Halloween Mini Session" Storyboard!

I am frantically finishing the last of my Halloween/Fall-inspired designs and today I wanted to post this cute 5x7 mini-session storyboard. Add your own text and print or display it on your social media/website.

Some of the fonts used in this card can be found free at Font Squirrel.

I used cute vintage graphics from the (affiliate link) Graphics Fairy Premium Site. The pumpkin image is from Jill Wellington (Etsy ShopFacebook, Blog, YouTube Videos, Pixabay).

Download the CoffeeShop "Halloween Mini Session" 5x7 storyboard.

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  1. So cute Rita. I do have a question for you though. I know that you allow CU of your products. In this case, since you've used images from the prem. section of Graphics Fairy, I am wondering, if I were to take one of the images from your storyboard, say the cat for example, and simply used it alone in a repeated pattern on a digi paper that I gave away for free or put in a kit for sale, is that still allowed? I know that I've talked to you about using your FB covers and other storyboard elements in this way before, but in those cases, I think they were made with elements you'd found at Pixabay. In this case though, the elements are from a prem. site, so I just want to make sure that is still allowed. I'd appreciate it if you could let me know. Thanks!


    1. Lisa, that is a good question. You might want to contact Graphics Fairy and ask. I always try to include my resources so people can ask permission from the original creator if needed. I would think if you used the cat and incorporated it in your work it would be OK, but better safe than sorry.

    2. Thanks for letting me know Rita. I know that I can use their regular items for CU but just wasn't sure about their premium items. My guess is that the original purchaser, like you, would be fine but how it spreads out from there is another question. I'll give them a shout if I decide to go this route.



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