Monday, 31 October 2011 launch a new range of FREE printable activity for kids, the new online children's brand in the UK has just launched an extremely cute range of free printable activities for kids. "With our initial range of freebies we're offering 19 pages of printable fun including personalised door hangers, masks, bookmarks and more" said Mike Wilson, company founder and Director of Web, Product and Marketing. " Most people associate free printable activities for kids with tiered, B-grade design. By applying our unique, and sometimes slightly quirky design approach, we've come up with a fresh take on the product.

The free printables include characters from our personalised product range and are a great way for people to get to know our brand. " said Wilson

To get instant access to all the goodies and priority access to future updates, people can subscribe to the tinyme email newsletter at . "Our design team has had a lot of fun in creating our initial range of printables and are teeming with more ideas. Ideally we'd like to get a bunch of new printables added each month for people on our email list", said WIlson

About Tinyme...

Once upon a time, three young dads (who happen to have 13 kids under 9) combined a whole bunch of geeky high tech machines, some generous dollops of cuteness, a slightly loopy team of people and mixed them together with the world wide webby thingy. The result was amazing .... a comprehensive range of affordable, premium quality, designer personalised products for kids. All custom made and shipped out in a jiffy.

• launched in the UK in July 2011.

• offer a range of personalised children's products, including name labels, personalised bags, wall stickers and personalised books.

• is the trading name of Tinyme Limited, the UK subsidiary and brand of Jairus Pty Ltd, who trade in Australia as

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