Brighten up a child's room or classroom with this sweet bear. I love his crooked smile!
You get the artwork in multiple formats (with and without the word bear) ready to print and frame in several sizes, plus a version with no background so you can drop in any color you like. (You can see it on a green background in the additional photos.)
Use it to make art prints, cards and more. I’m always impressed with the endlessly creative ways people use my designs!
Perfect for animal lovers of all ages!
Immediately after purchase you'll receive a PDF with links to download the following sizes and formats:
- 5 x 7 inch no words JPG
- 8 x 10 inch no words JPG
- 11 x 14 inch no words JPG
- 12 x 12 inch no words JPG
- 5 x 7 inch bear JPG
- 8 x 10 inch bear JPG
- 11 x 14 inch bear JPG
- 12 x 12 inch bear JPG
- 12 x 12 inch transparent background PNG
JPG and PNG files are 300 dpi and can all be scaled smaller to any size you like. Scaling them larger than 12 x 12 inches will result in a blurry image.
For best results, print on good quality art paper or card stock. Please note that monitor settings and printer type can change the way colors look.
You can combine this handsome fellow with other printable art to make a gallery wall. Here you can see him paired with the zebra print.
You can find the full collection of all the cute animal faces here.
This purchase gives you a limited commercial license to the designs.
For an extended commercial license - talk to me! (firstname.lastname@example.org) I'm a big supporter of cottage industry and we'll negotiate a fair agreement that works for both of us.
You may use these designs in any way you like for personal use.
You may sell things you make with the designs, as long as you are making them yourself. You may not resell the designs themselves.
For example - if you want to program your embroidery machine to embroider one of these designs on pillowcases that you then sell, that's fine as long as you are making them yourself.
If you are hiring out any part of the making, then talk to me and we'll negotiate a fair extended licensing agreement.
If you want to sell the digital embroidery machine files you created, talk to me and we'll negotiate a fair extended commercial licensing agreement.
You may upload the designs to Print On Demand sites for your own personal use, but not for sale.
For example, if you want to upload one of the designs to Spoonflower to have tea towels made for your kitchen, that's fine.
If you want to upload one of the designs to Spoonflower to have tea towels made to sell at a craft fair, talk to me and we'll negotiate a fair extended commercial licensing agreement.
If you want to use one of the designs to create a new pattern to upload to Spoonflower to make it available for others to buy, talk to me and we'll negotiate a fair extended commercial licensing agreement.
You can always contact me at email@example.com.