Digital Images and Printables

Krista Barber from Drawn with Character has created our wonderful Bake to Defeat logo that you can download to use in a variety of ways during Bake to Defeat ALS. The downloadable files for the logo can be found below with either a white or transparent background. You have unlimited permission to use the artwork for anything from announcement flyers and bakery labels to outdoor banners and tee shirts to be worn at local Bake to Defeat ALS bake sales.  (See the bottom of this page for permission limitations.)

Throughout June additional original artwork and downloadable/printable resources will be added for your use including bag toppers,  thank you stickers for bakery boxes and bags,  information cards about ALS to include with your baked goods, and a postcard with plenty of blank space for you to fill out with information about your special Bake to Defeat ALS event or to use as a donation card to place on or beside a contribution jar when sharing baked goods in the office staff room or at any gathering where people are munching your goodies.  In addition Krista will provide a separate downloadable file of each of our little Bake to Defeat ALS Sweet Characters so cupcakers can use the bouncing cupcake,  cake bakers can use the mischievous layer cake and cookie bakers can use the chocolate chip cookie with attitude! In addition, there’s a super fun image coming up that will be perfect to use as a profile icon on social media or in any way you so choose!

Take note that by mid-June our Bake to Defeat ALS Zazzle Shop will be filled with a wide selection of Bake to Defeat ALS merch with all proceeds being donated. When the shop is up the shop website will be added to the top navigational bar here at BakeToDefeatALS. 

 

Bake to Defeat ALS logo with transparent background. Use as an overlay to brand the photos you will be sharing on social media or in print form as being part of Bake to Defeat ALS! To download, click anywhere on the image and the full size file will open in a second browser window. Tap on the file and “save image” to your computer or mobile device.


Bake to Defeat ALS logo with white background.
Use for printing posters, labels, signs, invitations, flyers, etc. To download, click anywhere on the image and the full size file will open in a second browser window. Tap on the file and “save image” to your computer or mobile device.

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B2DPin3Bake to Defeat ALS Rolling Pin with transparent background. Use as an overlay to brand the photos you will be sharing on social media or in print form as being part of Bake to Defeat ALS! To download, click anywhere on the image and the full size file will open in a second browser window. Tap on the file and “save image” to your computer or mobile device.

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.Bake to Defeat ALS Rolling Pin with white background. Use for printing posters, labels, signs, invitations, flyers, etc. To download, click anywhere on the image and the full size file will open in a second browser window. Tap on the file and “save image” to your computer or mobile device.

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The following six images have been provided as an option for you to use in keeping with your baked goods, whether cookies, cakes, or cupcakes. The top row are JPEG files with white backgrounds. The bottom row are PNG files with transparent backgrounds.
To download, click anywhere on the image and the full size file will open in a second browser window. Tap on the file and “save image” to your computer or mobile device.

Take A Bite - White

Take A Bite – White

 

 

 

 

 

 

Take A Bite - Transparent

Take A Bite – Transparent

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sketch - White

Sketch – White

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sketch - Transparent

Sketch – Transparent

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Permission is granted to all Bake to Defeat ALS Bakers to copy and reproduce the above art work for personal use directly related to Bake to Defeat ALS. Any individual or business wishing to reproduce the artwork,  in part or in whole, to be sold as a fundraiser for Bake to Defeat ALS is required to request permission in writing from Anita Cadonau-Huseby.