Free Vector Post it Notes + Push Pins


Adhesive Notes and pushpins are pretty popular in web design and so to make my life easier – and hopefully yours too :) – I made a pack of vector post-it notes and drawing-pins. There are 9 unique post-it notes, out of which I made 6 color combinations (yellow, blue, green, white, pink and orange) for a total of 54 colorful sticky notes plus shadows; and if you need a worn out look some of the paper notes are wrinkled as well. About the vector Push Pins – there are 3 kinds (tall, flat and round) in 7 color variations (red, green, yellow, white, blue, pink and orange) and from different angles; over 100 vector thumbtacks in total.

At the bottom there are two format versions for downloading, one contains ai + png files and the other eps + png. They are the same but I kept them in separate files as the eps files are larger and if you only need the ai there’s no point in downloading the whole thing. In the zip files I also added a png file that has both the pushpins and sticky notes together for a quick copy and paste in a project. By the way if you need a corkboard texture to go along with these files check out my previous post here. Check the screens below and if you like this post don’t forget to post a note or share it. Thanks!

New – I added an extra link for high resolution png transparencies to to the download section.



  1. This is great, thank you!

  2. […] a simple illustrator tutorial on how to make a shinny 3d push pin using the Revolve Tool. Using the Revolving Tool can be a lot of fun in creating complex 3d objects out of a simple 2d […]

  3. Sherry

    This is great !!!!!!!o_O

  4. wow, this work you did here is great and you saved my bacon. need to have pin abd notes on our internal intranet and did not have time to create them!

  5. Dan

    Hi, great work. Is there any reason I’m getting some white blocking behind the images when I use them in Quark???

  6. @Dan
    I assume it has something to do with the drop shadows losing their transparencies while being imported. I just added a third link to the download section above for High Resolution PNG transparencies. Download those and they should probably work. Let me know if you need them in another format.

  7. Oh my good! They’re incredible. Thank you so much!
    We love your blog and all the resources in it, really
    We’d like to learn Gimp’s Guides ;)
    By the way, we’re from Spain, and, our English is… Well…Sorry! Jajajaja
    We love all the resources you have in your blog

  8. Dan

    Thanks ever so much.

    New file worked a treat, you are a true legend my friend!!!

  9. Karsten

    Thanks for the hi-res png version. Solved a few issues resizing the post-it without getting pixelated borders. Good work.

    And cool website.

  10. Alys

    Thank you so much! This is exactly what I dreamt of putting into my design, but don’t have the skills.

  11. upset

    Really nice, well done and thanks! :)

  12. LOVE these! I was about to do a corkboard motif and dreaded making the pushpins.

  13. Jonathan


    Thank you very much :)

  14. joce

    thanks so much!!! Love the stickies :)

  15. Sandy

    Hi, I’m a having a few problems viewing the folders. I only have Illustrator CS on my laptop and the files are saved in CS3, and CS4. CS won’t let me open the folders as they were saved in a newer version of illustrator. Is there something I can do to resolve this?

    Thanks :-)

  16. @Sandy
    I emailed you a version that should be compatible with CS. Hope it works!

  17. mslena

    These are absolutely awesome! THANK YOU THANK YOU!

  18. creamy

    just perfect, thank you so much!!

  19. thanks a lot!! you’re really a great help!!

  20. Maria

    This is excellent, I was doing my own push pin following your excellent tutorial, it worked really well, but this will save me a lot of time… I’m hoping to use them for a charity website I’m putting together (no profit made), thanks very much for sharing!

  21. scratch

    Thank you!! Lifesaver!!

  22. Great Post its!!!
    exactly what i’ve been looking for!

  23. Stacy

    These are great, thank you for providing these for free, much appreciated.

  24. Thanks for all the comments! Glad to know these are useful!
    I just put a post similar to this one with binder and paper clips here.

  25. tom

    These are wonderful! Thanks very much for your hard work!

  26. Quinto

    I find this for a long time and you even provide a set!

    Thanks so much :)

  27. Julie

    These are great! Thanks for such a thoughtful and complete set!

  28. Vanja

    This is AMAZING!!! Your work is truly unique and lifts the quality on a higher level! The best I’ve ever seen!:)))

  29. iris

    Superb !

    Thanks a lot for great work…

  30. mimesilla

    suuuuuper bien .. gracias

  31. Anand Punchhi

    I tried to import the eps file in coreldraw its not working, pls suggest

  32. @Anand Punchhi
    I don’t know much about CorelDraw. Maybe something to do with the Illustrator 3D effects not being imported well in CorelDraw. I will email you some PDF files that may work. Also there are high resolution png transparencies in the above download section in case you need them. Hope it works!

  33. Thanks for post..very well done

  34. Maria

    This is great! Just what I needed for my English lessons! Thanks a lot!

  35. mon

    brilliant! thank you!

  36. Hi and thanks for the post it notes they are just what I am looking for to compliment my office layout. I’m a bit of a post it note nut and love using them for planning. Thanks again and I really do appreciate the post it notes! :)

  37. Manu Mehta

    Thanx alot

  38. Thanks, Good collection.

  39. Webster Komanis

    This is really great and very helpful, thank you so much for that!

    Best regards.

  40. Heera

    Thanks a lot!!! Its really cool

  41. gra

    Hermosisimos!!!!!.Mil gracias!!!!…..los estaba necesitando!!!

  42. What a great-looking site you have and thanks so much for the freebies, they’re class!

  43. Mike

    Great, Saved me a load of work and look brill

  44. This is great! Thanks alot!

  45. Mrs T

    I would love to use both the post-its/push pins and polaroid frames but I only have Photoshop CS, not CS3 or CS4. Any way I can get the .eps files in that format (Adobe will be on CS30 before my school district can afford an upgrade!!). Thanks and great work.

  46. Glad you’re finding the notes and pins useful! Thanks for the comments everyone!

    @Mrs T – The polaroid frames are not vectors. They are hi res jpgs which can be used in any image editing software including Photoshop CS. About the Post it Notes + Push Pins, you can download version 3 in the download section above. Those are hi res pngs transparencies which can be used in Photoshop CS as well. Let me know if you still need a cs version eps and I’ll email you one.

  47. Valeria

    You saved my life! just what I needed to finish a design! woohoooo

  48. Thavish

    Thank you so much. Its really hard to find people like you whom provide such good material for free :D

  49. Sue

    Thank you so much for the free push pins download. They were exactly what I was looking for.

  50. flo

    Merci beaucoup pour toutes ces ressources ! good job !

  51. You sir are a legend !, Thanks

  52. Rei

    Thx, i like this style vector, thx very much

  53. thanks so much. These will help a ton in building my mom’s homeschooling website (non-profit and I’m broke, so free is GREAT!)

  54. sQezO

    Just what i’ve been looking for.. Thanks

  55. angel

    Hi, I downloaded this and then when I double clicked or right clicked on the sticky, I was taken to Microsoft Paint.
    I cant seem to copy and paste.

    • I assume you are referring to the png image files. What is it that you want to do and what are you trying to copy and paste?
      Also Ms Paint is very basic; if you don’t have access to Photoshop, there is this free image editing program called Gimp and is pretty good.

  56. Laura

    These are great – just what I needed. Thanks for making them available!

  57. thanks for these! your site is awesome! :D

  58. ferux

    Great, Thanks.

  59. Rolf

    Thanks – great and just what I was looking for. Saved me a looot of work and made it so much nicer.

    Grand work!!!

  60. YaminiZouren

    Just wanted to ask, if it would be ok that I use your white pins for our Abitur-shirts and Abitur-book.

    (graduation of13 class in germany)

  61. Johnny

    this is awesome, thanks so much!!!! : )

  62. Natalie

    Makes my life a whole lot easier! Thank you for sharing

  63. Filthy Phil

    Thanks for these! I love em!

  64. Hi!
    Thanks a lot for sharing! c’, )

  65. biche57

    encore merci ))))

  66. Nwar

    Danke ,I love your web site.

  67. Thank you so much. You are very generous. I appreciate

  68. Mar

    Thanks.I like diz.

  69. Cecilia

    I love these post-its and pins, just what I’ve been looking for. Unfortunately, I as well have an earlier version of CS (cs2). What I need is transparent high resolution pictures that could be used in print. Could you help me with a bigger picture so that I can choose a single post-it as a 300 resolution(?) image with a image width of approx. 15cm? When I try to minimize this myself a grey frame appears in the post-it corners.. if you don’t have the time, could you please respond by email to me so I know if I need to keep looking.. thanks :)

    • Hi Cecilia,
      The high resolution png transparencies from the download section above are 300dpi, but I don’t think one note is 15cm though. In any case I’ll email you an earlier CS version.

  70. Alexandra

    Thanks so much! The designs are beautiful and the downloads worked like a charm.

  71. matina

    Hi Antoniu! I’m trying to place the post-it notes to Indesign on a page with grey background(working on a school magazine). When I do so, it looks great on Indesign. The problem is that when I export the page pdf, the transparency behind the post-its is gone and there is a white rectangle around each one of them. This looks bad… I would like to keep only the post-its with their shadow on the grey page… What is the correct way/format to export it from illustrator and place on Indesign in order to do this?
    Thanks again! Sorry for my bad english :)

    • Hi Matina,
      What format are you placing in Indesign? Have you tried working with the high resolution png transparencies? You can also save the note as pdf from Illustrator and then from Indesign File > Place the pdf. Let me know if that works.

  72. matina

    Hi again Antoniu, I tried the png hi-res and it worked like a charm! Thank you vrey much for the quick reply

  73. again, thanks for your immense generosity.

  74. Thank you very much for share it with us! Greetings! :)

  75. Fabulous, just what I was looking for, thanks so much!



  77. Lisajayne

    Thank you! I needed a small map pin for a job in a hurry!

  78. Rj


  79. arjan

    Thank you so much, the pushpins are great, xactly what i needed!

  80. Fabulous! Thanks so much.

  81. Kinetic Studio

    you ROCK !


  82. Kristen

    amazing (btw im english- i just know german) ;)
    this is amazingly good

  83. Ms Moc

    Thank you, Thank you!!!! – Really kind of you to share your work. Saved me so much time.
    Wish you all the best.

  84. Traci

    Thanks for making my life easier!

  85. Sherry

    These are so cool – thank you!

  86. tuz

    we r very very happy we love u
    tuz and tuzz

  87. lin

    qué éxito! graciasssssss!!! :D

  88. These are just what I needed! Thanks!

  89. zandan

    Thanks for your inspiration!

  90. Rajeesh K M

    appreciate your job

  91. Hi —

    Love the design of the post-its & pushpins…but cannot open any of the files to a format that I can use. I am using Illustrator CS2.

    Any ideas?


  92. Nicoline

    So generous, and so helpfull! Thanks a lot!

  93. Julia

    Thanks a lot!

  94. april

    You are ridiculously amazing. I can’t begin to describe how happy I was (am) when I found your notebook paper vectors/scans and these post-its and tacks. You just made my current project so much easier. Thank you. So much.

  95. These are AWESOME! Thank you!

  96. pj

    Awesome vectors, thanks a bunch

  97. Thanks. The Daily Digi sent me.

  98. Sharon

    Beautiful! referred from my membership at the Daily Digi. :)

  99. L Scott

    You saved me sooooooo much time. Thanks for your generosity!!

  100. Alex

    These are wonderful and awesome! I am in the same boat as Kian and am using CS2, would it be possible to send me a version that is compatible? I would totally appreciate it!

    Thank you!

  101. I am beyond a beginner for most of this stuff, but I have enjoyed these Post Its so much! I have been using them for my “30 Days of Lists” project on my blog and it has been so fun! Received lots of compliments too!

  102. ergec

    great work man

  103. Xingto

    SUPER, merci!!!

  104. GREAT!! tranks, buenisimo recuerso ;) gracias!

  105. the download is a bit slow! but thanks for the great free vectors!

  106. Kristin

    These are fantastic! Thank you!!!!!

  107. Thanks so much for this! Perfect!

  108. Sonyan Lynjen

    thank you sooooooo muchhh!!! mwaaaaahhh


  109. Hi,

    Love your Post-it. I used it in a WordPress theme that I would like to publish under GPL. Is that okey with you? Please contact me on my E-mail.

  110. Prashant


    Its really awesome.
    I have learn so much. Mind blowing work.
    can we use it for our home & Commercial work?


    • Thanks! Yes, the free stuff downloads may be used as parts/tools for both personal and commercial works. However it’s not ok to use them to create other redistributable design resources.

  111. Ricardo Torres

    Thanks a lot! Great job! Just what I was looking for!
    Have an excellent day!

  112. Yasar

    thank u so so so much,you saved my day, god bless you

  113. Awesome stuff! Saved my day! :D

  114. Allan

    This is an absolute amazing site and you are doing a fantastic job! Thank you! I wish all the best.

  115. Amie

    Thanks so much for these, just what I was looking for, but….. how do I use them and combine the two images?

  116. Jo

    Thank you ever so much

  117. Nine

    Thanks, I really needed those. Saves me lot of time. :-)

  118. Ingemar Gustavsson

    This was a true time saver to me – huge thanks!!

  119. rick

    huge thanks – saved me screwing around drawing that and lets me get on with the programming

  120. KC

    Thanks for sharing this! :)

  121. Kathleen


    Amazing work!

    Is it ok for me to use the Vector Post it Notes on my website portfolio?

    I will make sure to add your details to my credit page of course…

    I look forward to your response! :)

  122. ellis

    Thank you so much for this! Amazing! :D

  123. elune

    how can i use the post-it notes and pins separately? i work with indesign. i have no clue how to use it. shall i cut the png pciture into pieces? but that doesnt work. is there any other way? please, help! by the way, very nice idea…thank u

    • Download the high resolution png transparencies.
      If you have access to Photoshop, you can open the png’s to crop and save them individually.
      If you need to do it using only InDesign:
      • grab the Rectangle Frame Tool (F) and drag a frame where you want the note/pin to appear.
      • top menu File>Place and choose the png image
      • with the Direct Selection Tool (A) drag the notes/pins until you get the one you want within the frame; if the note/pin extends outside the frame you can scale it down by dragging one of the image corners (not the frame) while holding Shift.
      • use the Selection Tool (V) if you need to resize the frame around the placed image – to scale both the frame and the contained image hold Ctrl+Shift while dragging.

  124. this is outstanding! thank U!

  125. michelle

    Awesome thank you, the perfect touch on our family christmas card this year :-) love them!

  126. joe

    i’m using exactly do i crop the push pins & post its indivdually? they open as groups. your help is appreciated.. as is your work! awesome!

    • Hi Joe,
      If you’re referring to Illustrator CS4, you can just select a single note/pin with the Selection Tool (V) and copy/paste it where you need it.
      If you are referring to Photoshop CS4, it’s best to download and work with the high resolution png transparencies. Open them and use the Rectangular Marquee Tool (or Lasso Tool) to drag a selection around a note/pin and then copy/paste it where you need it.

  127. Thanks. This is Excellent. Perfect!

  128. Thanks to share the vector, it is nice. I have implement to my project

  129. Lana

    Great! I was looking for these. Thank you a lot!

  130. Sandy

    thanks. Saved me some time today

  131. migisha

    awesomeness. yu are awesome my friend! God bless you!

  132. Hailey

    a quick question: i think (but am not 100% sure) that when i downloaded this the first time there was an image that contained the pushpins already “tacked” into the post it note. is that correct? because i cannot seem to find it if it actually existed. when i realized this, i tried putting the pin on the note myself in my yearbook program (which worked out perfectly), but the pin was rather blurry. any suggestions?

  133. Hailey

    AH!!! nevermind! i just downloaded (again) the first version you put up, and what i was looking for was there!!

    thank you so much for this link and all the awesome stuff you have up here!

  134. Jheng

    I just want to ask how can i use the post it notes & pins individually? whenever i import them in photoshop, the whole pics are uploaded. thanks!

    • Use the Rectangular Marquee Tool or Lasso Tool to drag a selection around the pin or note you want to use. You can either go to the top menu Edit > Copy and then Paste it to your artwork or if you want to have an image by itself top menu Image > Crop and then File > Save As (make sure you save it as a png file if you want to maintain the transparency).

  135. John

    God bless you, and all who sail on you!

  136. Saja

    this is amazing,, Thank you!

  137. Great! Thank You very much…

  138. Babet

    Thanks so much! This was exactly what I was looking for. They’re really pretty and detailled! Shared it on facebook (:

  139. Sara

    HI! These are fantastic. I’m not too skilled at graphic design terminology, etc. I want to know how I would use these in Microsoft Publisher – if that’s even an option? I have downloaded the high res file. Thanks for you help!

    • Hi Sara,
      In Microsoft Publisher you could do Insert>Picture – then select the image and use Crop from the Picture Tools to isolate one note or pin.
      However it might be a lot easier if you use an image editor to save individual notes/pins. For a basic one you can use or if you want something more complex try Gimp. Open the image in one of those programs and drag a selection around a note/pin – go to the top menu Image > Crop to Selection and then Save As and give it a name. Go back to Publisher and Insert>Picture your individual note/pin.

  140. AWESOME!!! I do enjoy finding cool posts with such cool things on offer… Keep up the amazing work, these have really helped me out :D

  141. Chia Lynn

    This is a GODSEND. Thank you very much!

  142. Awesome job on these! Thanks so much for making them available to us.

  143. Denise

    THESE ARE AMAZING! :) Thank you for making these excellent hi-res post-its available to the public!!!

  144. Melanie

    Any chance of getting a file of the post-its in high res for cs3 :)

    • In the download section, versions 1 and 2 include both CS3 and CS4 vector files for Illustrator and version 3 contains high resolution png images that can be used in Photoshop.

  145. Dante

    Excelent! Beautiful work Antoniu! Keep it going <3

  146. Asha

    Thank you, thank you thank you so much. This is such a help for me. You have gone into so much detail, along with all the angles, shadows etc. Simply amazing!

  147. badgurl

    awesome :)

  148. These are great! I found you on Pinterest fyi. ;)

  149. thanks a lot for that. I use your sticky notes template to create visuals for our clients. I think I have downloaded it about 30 times! Is it ok if I add it to a product as part of a pdf download on my website? I’ll happily link back to you of course!

  150. Ok no worries, I’ll just link to here for them to come download it then :)

    Great work by the way!

  151. MOJDEH

    I cant install it

    • Not sure what you are referring to, but to use the vectors you would need a vector program like Illustrator or to use the images an image editing program like Photoshop.

  152. wilder

    men thnx!! its great

  153. Ted

    This is absolutely fantastic. Thank you so much for sharing. This is exactly what I needed for a site I’m working on!

  154. Dave

    Thanks for making my life easier!

  155. Arrivu


    I really appreciate your work.
    Thank you so much. If by any chance you are coming to Malaysia, message me. I’ll buy you drink or something.

  156. Liz

    I seriously love you for creating this wonderful art!! Thanks so much, so helpful and handy, I was so excited to come across this :) :) thanks again!

  157. Eli

    thanks a lot for your work,

  158. Zoe

    Thank you so much for these – I have been struggling with trying to get a transparent background beyhind a white memo note for ages! I have subscribed, tipped and bookmarked! You are a gem – thank you :)

  159. Pam

    Wow, you are so awesome. Thank you so much for sharing.

  160. Sheri

    Love these! Thanks so much!

  161. Abahnasy

    thanks alot for this package….

  162. chris

    Its help me a lot!Thank you!

  163. Lua

    Awesome! tks dude!

  164. anlly

    Muchas Gracias, estan increibles

  165. Rachael

    These are great, thanks!

  166. Caryn

    Thanks a lot for your fantastic art!

  167. I have been wondering where this delightful little post it notes were coming from – Thank you!


  168. How could i live earlier not knowin’ fuzzimo :)

  169. Terri

    My iphone4s says download failed of all 3 versions

    • Don’t know why that happened – maybe try downloading them on your computer. Let me know if you still have problems.

  170. Brilliante! Love this!

  171. Arlene

    Thanks so much. These are great.

  172. These are AWESOME! Thank you soooo much!!

  173. Brilliant, cheers :)

  174. Awesome! Thanks so much!

  175. Cheehan

    Thanks so much! Exactly what I’m looking for. However, I can’t open any of the AI or EPS files with Inkscape 0.48 (running on OS 10.7). I tried various converters without success. Is it possible to post/send me a SVG version? Thanks again!

    • I’ll email you the CS2 versions – they seem to open in Inkscape, but the original ai files have gradient meshes and 3d revolves.

  176. Davey

    Hi, these images are so cool, but can you e-mail me a CS2-version of them? Thanks!

  177. Génial !! C’est exactement les ressources que je cherchais depuis un moment.
    Merci beaucoup pour tous ces post-it et punaises.
    Je vais allez découvrir le reste de votre site maintenant.
    Bonne continuation

  178. aggelyki

    Ty so much, have a great day.

  179. Sanjeev

    Thanks a ton – you just made my life much easier than it was before…

  180. name

    Seems great! Thanks!

  181. Jeff Holman

    Great artwork. Definitely the product of a power user!

  182. Friend, you just saved me SO much work! THANK YOU!

  183. Jan

    Wow! At last ‘realistic’ push pins and post its! I gave up finding them, until I came across your site today. What a find! Thanks so much.

  184. Manny

    Hi! Thank you very much for your generosity. You have been very helpful to a lot of people!!!

  185. arturo

    gracias estan lindos

  186. its pretty useful…thanks

  187. jellis

    How do I separate the images? When I download (I have tried all three downloads), I get one image containing all of the post its and pins together. I am sure I am doing something wrong…..

    • Hi Jellis,
      You are not doing anything wrong – that’s how they are. If you want to use them as images, download the hi-res png version and use an image editing program to select and copy the notes/pins you need. If you don’t have Photoshop, you can also do that in or Gimp.

  188. jay

    thank you for your great job!

  189. deanna

    Thank you so much for creating all of these things! They are amazingly helpful in creating projects and designs, I really appreciate it. From over in NZ :)

  190. Linthong

    Thanks so much.
    save my life
    work just done now thanks!

  191. Jami Breese

    This is fantastic! I’ll use these again and again–love how you separated out the notes from the pushpins for easy reuse.

  192. This is aaaaaawesome!!!! Thank you very much for these! My new desktop picture looks much cooler now!~ yoohoo!

  193. wow….Thank U
    it is useful for me…^^

  194. Loki Laufeyson

    This whole wed site from you mortal is great and that’s a lot … now KNEEL!

  195. Great quality and a much appreciated timesaver thanks heaps for sharing.

  196. ktml

    Thank you so much! These are really helpful :)

  197. João Santos

    Thanks! Very helpful. Great job =)

  198. Just what I was looking for, thanks for posting!

  199. Kelly

    Thank you so much for all of your time and effort! This has been a massive timesaver for me!

  200. phuong chi nguyen

    thank you so much <3 it definitely helps me much :X

  201. A giant among pygmies – thanks man.

  202. Megan

    Can these be used for commercial use? Thank you! I love these!

  203. Francesca

    You are my hero!!!

  204. sizzle

    First of all thanks a lot, thats great images.

    Now to my Problem :) the orange notes in the “hi-res png” package are broken. Maybe the alpha channel get lost.

    I dont have any graphic program to open the .ai or .eps files. Can you maybe recreate them?

    • Hi Sizzle,
      I just downloaded the hi-res png and to me they look ok. Have you tried downloading them again? What program do you use to view them?

  205. Emgazo

    Awesome, dude! I love your resources.
    Thank you!

  206. So generous of you, thank you.

  207. Love these post its, really nice.

  208. Barry

    Hi, you’re website looks brilliant but completely new to this so not sure how to use it and if I can use it for what I need. I want to do a large poster for college that has some photos and text on and would be great if I could incorporate your corkboard and push pins. I don’t have any design tools and was planning on using publisher or powerpoint. Can I do this (and if so how) or is there a better way? Many thanks for your help

    • Hi Barry,
      You could use the high resolution images in Publisher. The notes/pins are not individual images so you would need to crop them (Picture Tools > Format > Crop). Alternatively you can also use free programs like or Gimp to either crop the images before you import them in Publisher or to design the whole poster. In Gimp you can also use Photoshop brushes (abr files), which can be very useful. Hope that helps! :)

  209. Lauren

    Awesome! Thank you very much! I’m going to put my scientific poster’s take-home message on a big yellow note right in the middle of the poster.

  210. Leo

    Thanks! Its awesome!

  211. RidingNerdii

    You just made my life so much easier. Thank you!

  212. Fuzzimo, you are the best! I lost these and had to create a reasonable facsimile of my own which are OK but…
    There here comes the email in my inbox which leads me here. Synchronicity! Cosmic Conscientiousness! Or, maybe I subscribed to these comments :)

    Warmly, Susan

  213. TK

    This is awesome – just what I needed

  214. Tobias

    This just saved me a lot of time, thanks so much.

  215. mat


  216. Solene

    Thanks, good quality pictures ! I can use them for my leaflets !

  217. David


  218. Miron

    Awesome, many thanks! :)

  219. Julie

    Thank you so much! It is so cool!

  220. Hey this is so helpful to me, thanks a lot man

  221. anandu guruvilasm

    thank you very much……

  222. ignacio

    GRACIAS !!!!!

  223. Mily

    Thank you so much!, Beautiful post its!!! :D

  224. Stace

    You rock! I can’t thank you enough!

  225. Cindy

    These are GREAT! Thanks so much!!!

  226. Cyndi

    This is exactly what I was looking for. Hope I can put it all together. Thank you so much

  227. Oh just brilliant, I can find so so many uses for these clever little things. Thanks for sharing cool stuff!

  228. Jessie

    Just what I needed! I am bookmarking your site right now. Keep up the great work!!!

  229. Emily

    Thanks so much, these are amazing.

  230. Cristian

    Muchas Gracias realmente útil

  231. Assad

    I intend to use these in one of my projects… You saved hell of a time for me… Thanks for such an excellent work… THIS IS GREAT WORK!!! :D

  232. Judy

    This is so good for my stationery obsession – yeah!


  233. Itinerrances

    A big thanks for that work.