Brand New Theme: Tickle

We’ve collaborated with the hugely talented Jo Klima to bring you a brand new theme to the Bundle: Tickle. Existing and new bundle customers will now see the theme is available & included, but it is also available on it’s own with an individual license for only $50.

Tickle WordPress Theme

Demo Tickle Theme

Explore the demo (above) to fully explore the beautiful, texture, typography and details that Jo has injected into the theme. Tickle is a very cute, soft and natural blogging theme, powered by WordPress, that we think would be ideal for something along the lines of a fashion blog, or wedding site, to something as simple as a personal blog or portfolio.

Screenshots of Tickle

We love the fantastic combination of textures that Joanna has used in her work, it really makes for one very unique looking theme. We had the chance to work on a couple of variations of our own too, adding our own little touches to her already beautiful work.

Variations

As always we’re kicking off with a few variations, but as with all of our themes we’ll make future variations of this theme available to customer at no extra charge. Here’s what we have for now.

Demo – Tickle
Demo – Tickle Textured
Demo – Tickle Textured (Blue)
Demo – Tickle Textured (Blue & Wood)

Buy & Download Tickle

You can buy this theme on it’s own, which includes the parent theme and all other variations of Tickle for only $50. Or you can get all 60+ Items we have for sale for only $200, which includes everything on our website as well as this and all future updates and new releases for life

$200 Buy Full Bundle $50 Buy Tickle

Existing Roaming or Bundle customers will receive an update URL, or you can use your previous download URL that was sent to you at the time of your original purchase.

14 Comments

  1. Denis on July 5, 2011

    Very cool, but your demo link points to wpbundle/tickle-textured and not wpbundle/tickle so your users are seeing a 404 which points to Diverse.

    Great work and keep it up!

    Many thanks,
    Denis

  2. Liam McKay on July 5, 2011

    Thank we’ll fix it. Cheers.

  3. inspirationfeed on July 5, 2011

    Looks very clean!

  4. Chcuk on July 5, 2011

    It’s not bad, but honestly I cant read that demo. Its hard on the eyes. You need bolder edges and font colors so we can at least read it.

    • Liam McKay on July 5, 2011

      We like the soft details ourselves, but if you wanted to have bolder edges and colours that incredibly easy to do. Thanks

  5. April R on July 6, 2011

    It’s beautiful. Great work.

  6. Vienda on July 7, 2011

    Hi there,

    What a gorgeous layout! I do have a couple of little questions:

    1. Is is possible to change the colour of the font and the background in the settings of the theme?
    2. Is there space for as many topics as I want int the sideline (i.e. blog, about, archive and so on…)?

    Thank you!

    • Spencer on July 7, 2011

      Vienda,

      1. No, those are not settings in the theme. In order to abide by WordPress’s “Decisions not Options” philosophy, those options are left out on purpose.

      2. The textured variations have a non-repeatable image that can break if too many links are added (I can give you a different image to use if it becomes a problem) but the default styling can have as many as you need.

  7. Anna on August 5, 2011

    I would just like to comment on the nice clean and well fuctions wordpress site you are running – The whole thing is very nicely finished!

  8. Jessica on August 15, 2011

    If I were to buy this theme then would I be able to change the width of the sidebars and post section?

    • Spencer on August 15, 2011

      Jessica,

      It would take a little tweaking of both CSS and depending on which theme (parent or child theme) possible adjusting a few background images.

  9. Curtis on November 11, 2012

    Tried to buy – dead links.
    This: https://wpbundle.qx.ly/b/B3qJ

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