Father's Day Card - Toddler Craft - Free download

This is a very simple Father's Day card and craft for toddlers. The idea is simple, just trace the child's hand on the front of the card, with the fingers pointing down toward the text (ie. "hands down").

This is easily printable on standard letter-sized paper.

Included is a PDF and AI file.

Click here to download


"Killer -isms" - Free Sermon Graphic


This graphic was originally created for a sermon series entitled, "Killer -isms." Included are six JPEG slides: a main title slide, a blank slide for sermon notes, and individual sermon title slides (consumer-ism, human-ism, material-ism, and individual-ism). Also included is corresponding a layered PSD.

Also included is a 3'x5' sign (pictured above) as a 300dpi JPEG and editable Illustrator CS4 file.

Fonts used are "Komika Title - Axis," "Komika Title - Paint," and "Komika Bubbles."


Pursuit - free graphic


This is a graphic originally created for a sermon series entitled, Pursuit. Included in the free download is the AI file and 3 jpg versions of the slide (main slide, "Current Series" slide, and a slide background suitable for sermon or other notes).

I've also included a huge (6144x4096) version of the crumpled brown paper background texture, in case you need to create a larger version of the graphic (signs, etc).

Maybe Later - free graphic


Not too long ago, I put together a graphic for a sermon/message series entitled, "Maybe Later." It obviously could be used for other purposes. I have the original Adobe Illustrator file available for download in CS4 and CS2 formats (with editable vectors), as well as two different versions of this graphic saved in JPG format at 1024x768. 



A Start

I am something of a graphic-design-resource junkie. Particularly when it comes to freebies. Perhaps someday I will amass enough of my own design elements together to form a collection that I could sell. In the meantime, I would just like a place where I can give away some of my own freebies, post links to some of my own favorite resources, and maybe a random tutorial as I have time (it happens...occasionally).Or maybe an occasional original design that I feel like showing off. Who knows...

If you find this site and you're wondering, "who the heck is this chick and why should I give a hoot," feel free to check out www.pastelblack.net. The site belongs to my husband, Evan, and I, and shows off a bit of what we've done.