Use of Printables + Images
Unless otherwise stated, Miss Design Girl/Happiest Things Studio and/or its licensors own the intellectual property rights for all material on this website. All intellectual property rights are reserved. You may view and/or print pages from Happiest Things Studio for your own personal use subject to restrictions set in these terms and conditions.
You may not sell/resell, cut up, trace or alter the printables in anyway. All printables are for personal use only. By downloading the printables you are agreeing to these terms.
Can I use them in my classroom?
Yes you may use them in your classroom. Please keep all copyright information in place when printing.
What are Subscriber Freebies?
Subscriber freebies are for those who are subscribed to the newsletter- an extra bonus! The newsletter is a Miss Design Girl/Happiest Things Studio combo newsletter. I decided to keep them the same for ease. The password for the Miss Design Girl and Happiest Things Studio are the SAME! You will receive the password when you are subscribed. The password is in each newsletter.
How do I download the printables?
Simply click on the download link and it will open the pdf. You can print the pdf from home. Print as many as you would like!
To unzip a zipped folder, click on the link to download.
- To unzip the entire folder, right-click to select Extract All, and then follow the instructions.
- To unzip a single file or folder, double-click the zipped folder to open it. Then, drag or copy the item from the zipped folder to a new location.
Can you design something for me?
YES! Just head on over to Miss Design Girl for all your branding + lettering needs.
Best Printer + Paper for printing?
My high end printer bit the dust during the 7.1 Alaska earthquake. I’ve been limping along with our super cheap Epson printer ever since. The quality is not that great for color printables but it works all right. Any printer would work!
For prints and booklets I use cardstock. You can find the paper sources under the Resources tab. You could also have items printed at UPS or any print store.
Best tools for cutting?
I use a paper trimmer to cut all of my printables but of course you can use a scissors. I’ve been using the same paper trimmer for over 8 years, replacing the blade as needed.
How do you design printables?
All of our printables are 100% designed in house! All elements, graphics, etc. are designed solely by Miss Design Girl. At the moment we do not have any courses/tutorials as to how to design of printables BUT if you’re curious we use Adobe Suite and the Procreate App.
I do NOT use any affiliate links on this blog. My resources are tools and equipment that I PERSONALLY use.
Miss Design Girl/Happiest Things Studio accepts no liability for use, misuse, or lack of supervision while using our website/printables and waive any and all claims against Miss Design Girl/Happiest Things Studio and or its agents or assigns.