Two free printables in a row? You’re so lucky! This time I’m sharing these bookmarks for Mother’s Day.
Lovely paper goods to download and print at home.
Time for another free printable! Today I’m sharing these free printable recipe cards.
I just had to share this template by Jessica Jones from How About Orange. Make your own post-it notes with any colour paper!
Time for my annual free printable calendar! This one has a soft confetti design.
Here is a planner I designed that you can use to plan and schedule your blog posts! There is space to write the post title, date, category, websites to link to, and your ideas for the post. Then there are check boxes to tick off for researched, images sourced, written, proofread and completed. ↑ Download [...]
It’s been a while since my last free printable, and this time I worked hard to bring you these cute little printable envelope templates and envelope liners! What you’ll need to make these envelopes: A colour printer Coloured paper White paper Scissors Glue stick or double-sided tape It’s really easy to create these mini envelopes. [...]
I have designed a set of four Christmas gift tags in red and blue for you to download! ↑ Download the printable PDF. Then print, cut out and write your message on the back. Enjoy and please comment if you like them! You might also be interested in these premium printable gift tags: Please note: [...]
It’s easy! What you’ll need: A colour printer White cardstock Adobe Reader Scissors or a craft knife Cutting mat (optional) How to print a printable file A printable is usually a PDF file. Open the file with Adobe Reader. You might already have it installed on your computer. If you don’t you can download Adobe [...]
Looking for my 2013 calendar? Download it here. I have designed a free printable year-at-a-glance calendar for 2012. There are six months on each side, and there’s a place to write notes on. Just laminate the calendar and write on it with a white board marker.Preview: This calendar has been downloaded over 2000 times! ↑ [...]
I have designed a pink postcard invitation that you can use for a tea party. Download, print it out and cut out along the dotted lines. Write your message on the back, stick on a postage stamp and write down the address. You can only print out the front, of course, and keep the rear [...]