For lovers of the metallic foil trend, here is a free printable design centered around the famous words “I love you to the moon and back”.
Who first started using this phrase?
Many of us will probably associate it with that famous children’s book, but is that what started the trend? Yes! Indeed, it originated from the book Guess how much I love you by Sam McBratney and Anita Jeram.
First printed in 1988, the kids who grew up with this cute story are now reading it to their own.
You can find it as a board book, paperback, hardcover, and kindle. If none of the more classic formats tempt you, there is more. The story of big and little nutbrown hare also comes as a soft book, a hand puppet book, a finger puppet version, a pop-up book, a coloring book, and a 10th-anniversary edition.
A (very affordable) deluxe book and toy gift set, as well as all other options mentioned above, are conveniently available on Amazon here.
Love you to the moon and back, Grey & Faux Gold
Alternate colors, Blue & Faux Silver
Who, What, Where
Printable art file format: PDF
You can open and print the files with Adobe Reader.
Proportions match sizes 8×10 (300 dpi) or 16×20 (150 dpi) inches.
The font used for “love you to the moon & back” is Julieta Pro.
For the faux metallic effect, I worked with Gold Leaf by Ian Barnard.
The stunning mock-ups of children’s rooms are by Yuri-U.
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