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Everyone deserves to live their life as the best possible, authentic version of themselves.
Everyone deserves to love whoever makes their heart sing and to create a home and a life with them regardless of their gender identity or sexual orientation. June is Pride Month and we want to celebrate the many shapes that authenticity, identity, and love can take because dogs don’t discriminate – and if we want to be the people our dogs believe we are, neither should we.
I wasn’t entirely sure what I wanted when I reached out to my friend Tomias from Dancing Dragon Design about collaborating on this set. I didn’t have an art style in mind. I wasn’t sure what I was going to do with it, I just knew I wanted to create…something that brought dogs and pride flags together. Tomias did not disappoint. I absolutely adore these super cute cartoon dogs.
I tried to represent as many flags as possible in this set, but even still, I recognize that some flags may have been omitted and this is in no way a complete list. If your flag isn’t represented, please do not hesitate to reach out. If your flag is within my ability to create, I am happy to do so for you.
Each of the Pride Flags below has been sized and formatted to be used as your Facebook or other social media profile photo. They are free to save and use as profile photos (as long as you leave the art credit on there.
And I mean, using it for anything other than a profile photo would be copyright infringement and a real jerk move.)
Click on any image and save it.
Huge thanks to Tomias Napier of Dancing Dragon Design for drawing the adorable doggos for this download. Check out the Dancing Dragon Facebook page to see more of their work.
The planning community is stronger for its diversity, so I know there are many, many planners who include Pride in the spreads, not just during Pride Month, but year-round.
That’s why we’re offering this Pride-loving Dog Art as a free printable sticker set (for personal use only). These 1.5″ width half-boxes will fit into the columns of most 7×9 planner designs.
They’re designed to be printed on 8 1/2 x 11 full page sticker paper like this or Avery TruBlock 15265. I’ve left enough space to add registration marks if you want to cut these using a Silhouette.
We didn’t think it was enough to just create a few profile photos and offer some free printable stickers.
While much progress has been made since the Stonewall riots, LGTBQIA+ people still face discrimination, intolerance, and many challenges. That’s why ad revenue from this post is being donated to Qmunity Vancouver, a local organization for queer, trans, and Two-Spirit folks looking for a sense of community to come together to meet, guide, and support each other.
We are also offering 8×10 printed copies of these Pride flags for $20 USD, with NET Proceeds going to charitable organizations supporting LGTBQIA+ communities.
You get to choose the flag and the dog. To order a print, please complete this order form.
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