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Whenever I’m out and about and really need a pen and piece of paper to write on, I can gaurantee that I will have a pen… but no paper. I used to carry post-its but they dissapeared, and they’re not great for keeping notes permanently! Not only are these notebooks pretty, but so practical - a great alternative to post its! Go on over to DIY and download the set - keep one for yourself and give the others away (or keep them for yourself, I’m sure you’ll find a use for them!)
Does your desktop need a makeover? I just realised I still had wallpaper from November… my poor computer, how embarrassing! It’s now sporting the lovely design in the bottom right corner, and looking much fresher and fun!
Don’t let the kids have all the fun with this truly awesome giant heart Valentine’s Day coloring in page! Print one for yourself and one for any minis (especially if you’re like me and very particular about your coloring in!) or choose from any of the other pages available - the patchwork heart is really sweet!
Start your new year on a sweet note (haha, see what I did there!?) with this candy bright calendar from Eat Drink Chic. Go on over and download your copy and enjoy a delicious new treat each month.
From a quick look around my house you can see how much I love owls, so I was excited to see this vintage owl print - all ready to print off and frame! Trying to think of a gift for someone this Christmas? Check out The Graphics Fairy for more free vintage prints!
Each year I have a different Christmas theme, and this year it’s going to be ‘All Things Sweet & Sparkly’. I’ve ordered some of these and these, and I plan on making some glittery reindeer. And all my presents are going to have these awesome gemstone tags! I can’t wait for Christmas!
I love these downloadable art prints by Govango on etsy! I have to get that knit happens print - plus that kitten print for my niece! Even better, they’re only $4 each! There’s also calendars and clipart, go check it out!
My team at work always put a quote up on our wall to look at to inspire us. Sometimes when you’re feeling down and you’ve taken yet another call from someone upset you need a bit of a pick me up. I just love this quote and the colour too. Perfect.
I found these masks via the Grosgrain blog - they’re so gorgeous. I would print this out just for decoration in my house, though they would be great for a party or photoshoot. Click through for the other designs and more beautiful art.
Guys, I know July is almost over, but I had to bring your attention to the amazing artwork that adorns each month’s calender on the Free People Blog. Once the month is over, clip out the pic and display it as art. Check back on previous months for more illustrations, and be on the lookout for next month, coming soon!
Here’s another installment of baking guides from the lovely Sweetopia, this time conversions for things like butter, sugar and flour. As someone who buys both American and Australian cookbooks, I’m constantly trying to work out what ounces are in grams. Head on over to download it!
Print out this pretty little equivalent chart and keep it in your kitchen for those times you are stuck trying to work out how many teaspoons are in a tablespoon when you can’t find that one spoon… which seems to happen to me a lot!
I know this is meant to be a download for a child to draw on (awesome) but wouldn’t this also be an amazing piece of art!? Pin it up on a wall or on your ceiling - so fun!
I’m always on the hunt for pretty desktop wallpaper, because just like my house, I like to give my computer a makeover once in a while too! Breanna Rose has some gorgeous graphic paper as well as some inspiring messages.
I’m terrible at remembering birthdays, even close family! Even when I put it up on a calendar or in my diary, they’re mixed in with other dates and then I see it too late. Having an exclusive calendar just for birthdays means you can see at a glance what is coming up. Plus this is really pretty!